Ocean Snacks

How about just plain old…. Peanut butter and “jelly fish” sandwiches!

Ocean or Aquarium Snack: Using one graham cracker, spread cake icing tinted blue. Over all of the graham cracker, then you may add the little Goldfish crackers, or whales. We used fruit rollups and cut them into seaweed shapes Then we added the small sprinkles that you add to cakes or cupcakes for coral, or aquarium rocks. The children loved it we did have some children that didn’t even want to eat them so they took theirs home in a ziplock baggie.

When studying the color blue (or Oceans), make blue Jell-O (place gummy fish/shark in before chilling), put whip cream on top for waves. Serve in individual clear cups.

*Jell-o Octopus* Materials needed: small paper cups grape Jell-o (and ingredients) gummy worms Directions: 1) Prepare the grape Jell-o 2) Fill small paper cups to within 1/2 to 1/4″ of top 3) Dangle 8 gummy worms over edge of each cup 4) Let set in refrigerator until completely set 5) When ready to serve, dip in hot water and invert on a plate. Voila!! An Octopus!!!

Aquarium Snack Cups 1 package (4-serving size) blue gelatin 3/4 cup boiling water 1/2 cup cold water ice cubes gummy fish 4 clear plastic cups

Directions: Dissolve gelatin completely in boiling water. Combine cold water and ice cubes to make 1 1/4 cups ice and waters. Add to gelatin, stirring until slightly thickened. Pour thickened gelatin into four clear plastic cups. Suspend gummy fish in gelatin. Refrigerate until set, about one hour. Makes four servings.


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