Today is Charlotte’s day to provide snacks for her preschool class.
If you’re on Pinterest, you’ve probably seen the butterfly snacks that have popped up all over the boards.
It wasn’t until I had already started painting the clothespins, that I realized that I should have probably made them all the same. Hopefully a room full of two year olds aren’t fighting right now over what color they get!
“Trenton, would you like to try one of these strawberries?”
“No Mommy! We don’t eat brown strawberries!”
I was thinking they would be more like the little red pieces that come in the Gerber snacks that my kids used to eat. Oh well, hopefully Charlotte and her classmates are more open to eating brown strawberries than Trenton was.
For those of you interested in making your own mix, for 15 butterflies I used two-thirds of a box of Kix, two-thirds of the raisins, 2 packages of the strawberries, and 2 packages of the yogurt blueberries. I filled each snack bag with 2/3 cup of the mix.
I hope that Charlotte’s class is enjoying their snack right now!
Let me know if you have any questions on how I put these together. I’d be happy to answer!