Monday, April 18, 2011

Easy Easter Snack Idea {Goldfish Carrots}

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It's Miss J's turn to bring snack for her preschool again.  She and I wanted to jazz up snack time a little....she loves bringing a "fancy snack" to school.


I don't know how fancy these snacks are, but they sure turned out cute!

Rather than load them up on sugar (which I'm sure they will get enough of this weekend for Easter!), I wanted something less sugary.  

I saw a great idea on No Fuss Fabulous.....

Can you ever beat goldfish?  What three year old doesn't love 'em?




How to make goldfish "carrots"

  • Take a disposable decorating bag (the kind you put frosting in), and fill it about halfway with goldfish.
  • Gather the top and tie with green ribbon.
  • Done!

Totally cute, right?  

And, they take all of 5 minutes to make!

16 comments:

  1. Very cute carrots! You could also fill them with cheddar bunnies or chickadees (I bought mine at Target).

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  2. Very cute! Unfortunately at my boys' preschool we are only allowed to bring prepackaged snacks. It makes bringing something healthy much harder so Weston usually ends up eating cookies and chips for snacks. Sigh. I usually go with at least wheat thins or something that's not complete junk. I like this though for our Easter party this weekend. Thanks!

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  3. I love this!!! Now I just have to remember it... my first grandchild will be born in a month but I would love to make it a tradition to have these at the house at Easter time for the grandkids...do me a favor...will you repost this in about 3 years for me please? LOL

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  4. Thank you for sharing this! My grandsons will love them and their parents will appreciate a little less sugar in the Easter basket from Gram!

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  5. i made some filled with cheetos :)
    *kelly

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  6. Great idea to add some crackers...gives the kiddos a break from all those sweets. :)

    I have a weekly linky partey called Terrific Under Ten Tuesdays. It's for projects made for $10 or less. I would love for you to link up sometime!

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  7. Saw this at Tip Junkie...I'd love for you to come link this up at my Tuesday Time Out Linky Party! The link is below!
    Smiles,
    Melanie
    Reasons To Skip The Housework
    Tuesday Time Out Link Up Party
    Link up Your Weekly Parties Here

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  8. Absolutely wonderful.

    In fact, it's so great, that later today, you'll be featured here, in the lead-up to this week's DIY CRAFT tutorial linky party: http://www.finecraftguild.com/diy-tutorial-stairs/

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  9. that is genius, what a cute idea. thanks for sharing this at my party!

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  10. So cute! Love this idea! I'm doing these with cheeseballs for the kids table. Your goldfish are such a great orange treat to make these with, too. Thanks for sharing.

    I'm hosting my monthly Before Blogging Throwback Thursdayslinkup party and would love for you to share a project or thrifty find from before blogging. Can't wait to see what you bring to the party.

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  11. FANTASTIC! I love this idea. so simple, and cute. awesome. glad I found your blog too.

    I'm your new follower!
    kathryn
    www.thedragonsfairytail.blogspot.com

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  12. Very cute! I just found your blog the the Decor-ganize Crafts blog and I am now your newest follower! Can't wait to look around your blog a little. Love the PVC pipe curtain rods too!

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  13. very cute! A much heathier snack too!

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  14. Thank you so much for linking up to {nifty thrifty sunday} and making my first party such a great success! I would love if you stopped by tomorrow and share more of your cute projects! :)
    xoxo,
    Vanessa @ {nifty thrifty things}

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  15. Those are great!! and I can just imagine so many other ways to use those little bags! Thanks!

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