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Dr. Seuss Snack Ideas to Make with Kids

Dr. Seuss’s birthday on March 2nd. He is one of my favorite authors and with so many books to choose from you can become inspired instantly by each one. One fun way to celebrate is by getting in the kitchen with your mini chef and make some Dr. Seuss inspired snacks that would be fun to bring into your child’s class, serve to friends at a Dr. Seuss inspired party or just as a fun after school snack. Dr Seuss snack ideas Collage  

Dr. Seuss Snack Ideas to Make with Kids 

Dr. Seuss Pink Ink Drink

PINK INK DRINK by Mom Endeavors

Cat in the hat fruit kabobs

CAT IN THE HAT Fruit Kabobs

Dr.-SeussTruffula Tree food

TRUFULA TREES by The Seasoned Mom

One Fish Two Fish Jello

ONE FISH TWO FISH JELLO by True Blue Aggie Fans

Green Eggs and Ham snack

GREEN EGGS AND HAM PRETZEL BITES by Random Recycling

Butter Battle BookHOMEMADE BUTTER inspired by the Butter Battle Book

My boys battled to see who could make butter the fastest. It was fun for them to see the liquid turn into a solid mass within minutes. We then added the butter to heart shape molds (because that is what we had on hand). Over the weekend we made homemade bread so spreading homemade butter on top seemed like the natural thing to do. Wanna learn how to make your own homemade butter? It’s super easy. You need 2 maybe 3 things.

homemade bread and butter

Ingredients

Heavy Whipping Cream

1/4 teaspoon Salt (optional)

2oz or 4oz Clear Container

butter making using whipping cream

Pour whipping cream about half way up the container

butter making using salt

Add 1/4 teaspoon salt 

butter making shaking

SHAKE! SHAKE! SHAKE! 

Directions

Pour whipping cream half way up in the container, then put in salt. Seal the lid tightly and begin shaking, shaking, shaking until the liquid begins to form into a solid. Once it’s a solid mass you can spread on your favorite bread or put into molds. Once in the molds place in the fridge until hard. Then snap out and store in a container in the fridge.

homemade butter molds

That’s it! Pretty easy huh? It’s so good and a fun experiment to do with the kids. For more fun Dr. Seuss food and craft ideas head over to my Dr. Seuss Pinterest board.

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7 Responses to Dr. Seuss Snack Ideas to Make with Kids

  1. Rachel B February 29, 2016 at 12:42 pm #

    Cute ideas to celebrate Dr Seuss day! I also love your butter recipe, I’ll need to try that out sometime! My son would love to help make it!

  2. reesa February 29, 2016 at 1:53 pm #

    I love all of the unique ideas here!

  3. What fun ideas! We love making food that goes along with the book we’re reading. We will definitely have to try some of these.

  4. Julia March 1, 2016 at 9:13 pm #

    I love the Cat in the Hat one, these are all such fun ideas.

  5. Donna June 9, 2016 at 7:52 am #

    Did you dunk the bananas in lemon juice before putting the kabobs together ? I plan to do this for a baby shower. Thank you !!

  6. Cathy Griffin February 17, 2017 at 6:15 pm #

    What did you use to draw the faces on the marshmallows of the fruit kabobs? They are adorable!
    Cathy

    • Tiffany February 27, 2017 at 10:03 am #

      I wondered the same thing. So cute but I don’t think having my kids eat Sharpie is a good idea. :0

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