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Snack Food Suggestions starting with "R"???

Last post Feb 23, 2004 11:57 PM by LisaKnitter . 19 replies.


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  • Snack Food Suggestions starting with "R"???
    We are taking snacks to our son's pre-school class this week to belatedly celebrate his birthday. They are working on the letter "R". Any ideas of snacks that begin with that letter?

    All I'm coming up with is Ritz Crackers!!
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    Rice Krispie Treats
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    red jello jigglers, raw veggies w/ dip,..this is tough!!!
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    Rice Krispie Treats are a good idea... teacher said nothing red! (Because of the dye, I presume.) Yep, this is hard, who'd have thunk it??
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    Raisins
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    Raisins- yuck! lol I know kids like them though.
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    Rolos, Reese's cups (you could make bRownies with Reese's), anything Round (call them Round cookies, etc.), Ranch flavored Doritos....if all else fails, you could make cut-out cookies in the shape of an "R"...

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    How about Red gumdrops, or Reaaaly good and smooth Smoothies. Maybe even ready to eat peanut butter crackers, I don't know, you're right, this is kinda tough! Oh I think I saw a recipe here not too long ago for Riches Brownies, might want to look them up..Dee
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    Rice Chex Mix
    Dimps
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    Thanks for the suggestions! Here's what I'm thinking:

    Rice Krispie Treats
    Ritz Crackers
    Fruit Rollups

    Goody bags with Reese's, raisins, Rolos--that way, the parents can decide how much sugar to let their kids have.
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    Rocky Road Pudding Cups

    individual chocolate or vanilla pudding cups
    1/2 graham cracker
    mini marshmallows

    Break up graham cracker into pudding, top with marshmallows, enjoy.
    (Can break up a bunch of graham crackers ahead of time and put in a zip baggie or rubber container- teacher can put one spoonful in every pudding.)

    Raisin Oatmeal Cookies

    Ranger Cookies
    1/2 c margarine
    1/2 c sugar
    1/2 c brown sugar
    1 egg
    1 tsp vanilla
    1/2 tsp soda
    1/4 tsp baking powder
    1/4 tsp salt
    1 c flour
    1 c Wheaties
    1 c oatmeal
    1/2 c coconut
    Preheat oven to 375. Cream together margarine and sugars. Add egg and vanilla. Beat until fluffy. Stir in rest of the ingredients. Drop by spoonfuls and bake about 10 minutes.

    Ritz "Kiddie chow"
    mini Ritz crackers (any flavor)
    pretzel sticks
    goldfish crackers
    raisins
    nuts (careful of allergies)
    M&M's or Reese's pieces
    Mix all together, put in snack zip baggies.
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    How about 'Ribs' of celery....maybe filled w/cream cheese or peanut butter
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    Ranch flavored anything - like oyster crackers or chips
    Ranch dressing and ribs of celery
    Red apple slices
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    Rold Gold pretzels & snack mix
    Ruffles potato chips w/ Ranch Dip
    Raspberry, but don't know if kids would eat those!
    Red Grapes
    Reeces P.Butter Cereal
    Ranch Ham Roll -ups
    Red Fruit Kabobs - red apple piece,red fruit (strawberry, raspberry) raisins skewed on toothpicks
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    Even tho not in season, how about watermelon or red colored jello.
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    Diane