Spider Snacks


Have the children make their own spider’s out of chocolate cupcakes with chocolate frosting, shoe-string licorice, and mini m & m’s. All the kids love to decorate and eat their spiders! Remember to take off cupcake wrappers before decorating!


Oreo Spiders.

For each spider take one oreo cookie (or similar chocolate sandwich cookie).Insert 4 small pretzel sticks in each side for the legs. Using peanut butter or marshmallow fluff make eyes on top of cookie from 2 choc chops or 2 raisins. My class of 3-year-olds love these!


Yummy Spinning Spiders in their webs!

Materials: black paper plate, cooked spaghetti noodles, oatmeal pie, pretzel sticks, raisins, gummy bugs On a black paper plate, give each child a handful of spaghetti noodles to create a web. The noodles will automatically stick to the paper plate. Then place an oatmeal pie in your “web” for the spider’s body. Give each child 8 pretzel sticks for the legs and 2 raisins for the eyes. Last give each child some gummy bugs to lay in the web for spider food. Once the creations are done, happy eating!!!


Spiders Snacks

Oval Butter Crackers

Soft cheese or peanut butter

Chinese noodles

raisins or chocolate chips

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Spread thick blob of cheese or peanut butter on cracker for body. Stick 8 noodles for legs and decorate with raisins or chocolate chips for eyes.


lo- mien noodle spiders
1 pkg chocolate chips
12 0z can Chinese noodles
Melt the chocolate in a microwave safe bowl and stir the noodles in. have the children drop spoonfuls of the mixture onto waxed paper. chill then eat. looks like little spiders!


Edible Spiders You’ll need: round crackers peanut butter mini m&m’s Pull-n-Peel Twizzlers (cut into 1 inch pieces) Give each child 2 crackers, peanut butter, 2 m&m’s and a piece of licorice. Have child spread on peanut butter with Popsicle stick on one cracker. Pull apart licorice and place eight “legs” on the cracker. Place other cracker on top. Dab two spots of peanut butter on cracker top and stick on m&m’s for eyes. ENJOY!!!


Take the tops off of an Oreo cookie. Give each child 8 pieces of sting licorice (2 inches long). Have them put the 8 “legs” on the cookie and the replace the top.


 

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