Moms I Need Your Help

Ok.. moms I need your wonderful ideas. I got a call tonight to ask if I would sponsor a bible school snack next week. I of course agreed. Now… here is where the help comes into play.

I will need to feed 80 little kids and I want it to be healthy of course and not too expensive. HAHAHA… Is there such a thing? Now the lady who called, God Bless her but she said oh you can just bring bunch of boxes of little debbies. UMMM… No I don’t think so ;).

So come on moms help me. I know I have several moms that read here everyday and do not comment, so please come out of lurkedom and comment. I promise I will not bite you ;). I would just like to hear from all that is reading and plus I neeeeeeeeeeeed your ideas :)

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  1. says

    To add to the list -

    ice pops – the kind you make yourself
    (Take paper cups, fill with juice, add a stick and freeze – the kids love them)

    peanut butter is great, but the kids might be allergic – theres 2 in my sons preschool that are

    UM, it’s 1:30 Am I will have to think about iti when i am not so beat LOL

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  2. says

    You can’t go wrong with fruits & veggies, as long as dip is involved.

    I’m a big fan of simple – I’d probably go with grapes and wheat thins or pita chips with peanut butter and some other kind of dip. (On second thought – peanut butter might be a no no with allergies everywhere.)

    If you’re into being creative, make apple or pumpkin muffins with cute cupcake paper cups. I love pumpkin because you can make it 100% whole wheat and no one would ever know. Put on cream cheese frosting (cream cheese thinned with milk and as little sugar as you want). Then decorate as faces with blueberries and strawberries, or whatever your imagination desires.

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  3. says

    Well shoot, all my ideas have already been said! All I can add is that, whatever you do, keep it simple. The first couple times I did snacks for kids at church, I was surprised at how un-picky they were!

    BTW…I’ve got something for you on my blog. Come see when you have a chance. :)

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  4. says

    Fruits and veggies with dip, and crackers and peanut butter are always good choices but yes, you do have to make sure you have options for them as some may have allergies you may not be aware of.

    I’d stay away from anything that might be a choking hazzard as well. I know my kids can’t handle the celery stings very well.

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