Be alert for any food allergies children may have.
Ants On A Log. Spread peanut butter on celery; top with raisins.
Bagels. Some shops will donate day old bagels, which are still good!
Banana Popsicles. Cut each banana in half. Dip in a mixture of half lemon juice and half water. Insert a popsicle stick into each banana. Roll it in crushed Grape Nuts. Freeze.
Bananawich. Slice bananas thin and place between two vanilla wafers to form a sandwich.
Cheese and Crackers. Cheese with whole wheat crackers is delicious and easy to fix.
Cinnamon Graham Crackers and Milk.
Jello Cones. Make Jello. When it sets, cut into small squares. Fill ice cream cones. Top with whipped topping. Insert a plastic spoon.
Kix Balls. Melt 6 ounces semisweet chocolate chips. Pour over 5 cups of Kix cereal. Stir gently to coat the cereal. Form into balls. Place on waxed paper. Chill for at least 24 hours. Makes about 60 balls.
Microwave Popcorn. Always a big hit because the kids can smell it throughout the building! A great item to purchase at a wholesale club or have parents donate.
Muffin and Milk.
Peanutwich. Spread peanut butter on Ritz crackers. Top to form sandwiches.
Popcorn in a Cup. Pop popcorn and put into a large paper cup.
Popsicles. Make with fruit juice.
Pudding Treat. Follow instructions on the sugar-free pudding package. Pour into Styrofoam cups, about half full. Top with whipped topping. Insert a plastic spoon.