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We only live a short distance away from Bubbles’ school so I drop her off in the mornings and pick her up at night. By the time she gets to the car it’s around 3:50 and the door barely closes behind her when she asks for a snack.
Bubbles has always been a little bit of a slow eater, and they don’t get a lot of time for lunch at school. There have been plenty of times she’s got in the car and said she only had time to eat part of her meal. And as she doesn’t get hungry so much as she gets hangry, I’ve learned to keep snacks with me at pretty much all times.
I usually keep RITZ Peanut Butter Filled Sandwich Crackers and RITZ Cheese Filled Sandwich Crackers on hand for just that purpose. They’re easy to store in the car or toss in my purse or our zoo bag with very little mess.
RITZ Snowman Treats
Because I know Bubbles likes it, I try and find fun ways to prepare or present her food. With winter settling in around us (it was 28 degrees here yesterday morning!) I thought it would be fun to make Snowman Treats from the RITZ Filled Sandwich Crackers.
RITZ Cheese or Peanut Butter Filled Sandwich Crackers
Sheets of blank sticker paper (or glue)
Template for snowman stickers
- Using sticker paper sheets in your printer, print out the template for the snowman stickers. There are four snowmen per sheet, so print as many as you need.
- Cut each section of the snowmen out, trimming close to the design.
- Peel the backing off the stickers and apply to the top of the RITZ packages.
- If not using stickers, you could use a glue stick to attach the snowmen to the packaging.
These RITZ Snowman Treats will literally take you just a few seconds to make. If you’re really in a hurry, though, you could cut the snowmen out in full strips and put one long sticker on the front of each package.
The RITZ Filled Sandwich Crackers are now available at Kroger. Mine were on the top shelf, which at 5′ 2″ means I needed help. There was a nice store assistant that noticed my predicament and offered to get them down for me. That kind of customer service is just one of the things I like about shopping at Kroger.
I guarantee your kiddos will have a smile on their face when they see them. Tuck them into their lunch box or have them ready as a surprise when they get off the bus to combat those hangry moments!