Kid's Corner

Vegetable Snacks
for Kids

When a snack is needed to help little appetites manage until supper or dinner time, try the following:

1.Spread a slice of whole wheat bread with soft cream cheese. Add finely chopped vegetables of your choice (carrots, broccoli, cauliflower, etc) Sprinkle chopped vegetables over cream cheese. Cut bread into shapes for little hands.

2.Stir 2 to 3 tablespoons of mixed dried fruit bits or raisins into 4 oz. of soft cream cheese. Spread on celery or carrot sticks.

3.Bake one 16-ounce package of frozen fried tater-tots according to directions. After baking dip tater-tots into barbecue sauce, sweet & sour sauce, ranch dressing, ketchup, or mustard sauce.

4.Stir together 1/2 cup fudge ice cream topping and 1/2 cup strawberry yogurt. Dip apple wedges, orange slices, or strawberries into the chocolate mixture.

5.Slice half of a banana. Mix a single serving of vanilla pudding, 1/4 cup of thawed frozen whipped dessert topping and banana slices.

Thank you for visiting and come back anytime!

Granny Ann


Cooking is fun.

Find a recipe and carefully read it. Assemble the ingredients and equipment that will be needed. Be sure you have an ADULT present to help you at all times.


Always use hot pads or potholders when cooking or baking and make sure an ADULT is there to help you.

Always wash your hands before you start to cook! Use soap and water, clean all parts of your hands really good.

Don't forget: Help clean up after you have finished baking or cooking. Mom & Dad will like that and so will your grandparents.

Best of all, Have Fun and Enjoy!

NOTE:   All ADULTS should help a child read the recipe first to make sure all the ingredients are available and the type of supervision that will be needed for each recipe.