Tuesday, December 19, 2017

The Cutest Snacks for Class Christmas Parties

Olivia had her class Christmas party last week, and her teacher put up pictures of what they wanted for the party with regard to snacks.  She posted a picture of these adorable little Santas made from fruit and marshmallows and I knew immediately that I wanted to make those.  You may have seen them on Pinterest, but I thought I would post mine here on the blog in case you haven’t.

These are very simple to make, although a little time consuming.  The end result was totally worth every second.  And the kids loved them.  Bonus?  They’re healthy!  #Winning

Buy It

Green grapes
Marshmallows (regular sized, not large)

Make It

1.      Wash and dry all of your fruit.
2.      Slice bananas into thin slices.
3.      Chop the stems off of the strawberries.  Depending on how large your strawberries are, you may have to cut them down a bit.  The smaller the strawberries the better for this as you have to be able to fit all of the fruit onto one toothpick.
4.      Take one toothpick and slide a grape onto the bottom.  Top the grape with one banana slice, one strawberry, and one marshmallow, in that order. 
5.      Repeat until you have as many as you need.

There are 15 kids in Olivia’s class so I made 30 of these, or two per child.  From start to finish it took me about 40 minutes to make 30.  Yes, a bit time consuming, but not complicated at all!

The kids loved them and I think the teachers and parents loved them even more!

And one important note before I go, do watch the kids carefully when they're eating these because the toothpicks can obviously be dangerous, and so can whole grapes!  We always slice grapes for our kids vertically so they're not a choking hazard.  


  1. Those are really cute!! I have made some to look like Cat in the Hat, as well in March to celebrate Dr. Suess' birthday!

  2. These are adorable! My mom actually made them for us for Christmas last year, too. She thought they were super fun for Jack...and of course for us kids, too!

  3. how cute and yummy! And what a healthy snack for kiddos!

  4. I have seen these before and they are absolutely adorable!! I know my youngest would LOVE them!!

  5. What! Those are super cute! Love that they are simple and healthy too. :)

  6. This is such a cute snack idea and there are marshmallows on top so my boys would be obsessed! Sierra~Beautifully Candid

  7. They're really cute! I don't know if I'd be patient enough to make them though! LOL!

  8. I love these!! Too bad we aren't allowed to bring food to school, but we can totally make them at home!!

  9. How cute! Weight Watchers friendly, too!

  10. Very cute and I love that it's a healthy alternative for the holidays! Thanks so much for sharing your talent with us at the Creative Muster. Looking forward to seeing what you’ll be sharing next week. Pinning!

    1. Yes, I love that it's healthier, too! The kids get so much junk this time of year so it's nice to get some goodness in their little bodies!


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