Flower Snacks {Discover and Explore}

When I first thought about this week’s Discover and Explore theme I was sure I’d be sharing a Mother’s Day craft, but after some thought I decided I don’t want to ruin the surprise for the Buddies’ Mom. She’s awesome and reads regularly about what we’re up to, and she deserves a special Mother’s Day surprise just from her boys.

Instead I had a little fun collecting some healthy flower snacks for kids. Lovey has been very interested in helping prepare snacks lately, and she has always been artistic. We’re going to be working together to make some of these flower snacks soon.

Flower Snacks for Kids

I love that most of these snacks involve only a couple of ingredients and are very easy to put together. I hope you like them as much as I do.

Cucumber Flowers with Yogurt Cheese Spread from Super Healthy Kids

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Apple and Raisin Flower Snack from Jenni Price Illustration

Sunflower Kid Lunch from Rindy Mae

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Flower Garden from Creative Kid Snacks

Strawberry and Kiwi Flower Snack from With or Without Nap

Fruit Salsa and Cinnamon Chips from Meet the Dubiens

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Fruit Flowers from Creative Kid Snacks

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Spring Snack from The Nature of Grace

Hyacinth Snack from Munchie Mom

Tomato Flower from Kiddie Foodies

If you are still looking for a Mother’s Day craft of flower ideas, I do have plenty of inspiration over on my Mother’s Day and Spring Activities Pinterest Boards. I hope you find what you are looking for there!

We’d love for you to share how you

Discover & Explore: Flowers

Don’t forget to stop by KC Edventures to see what Jacquie is sharing for this week’s theme.

Please read the following guidelines for sharing:

  • Share family-friendly posts related to the weekly topic — kids activities, book activities, crafts, recipes, nature outings, free printables–anything that might be helpful to those wanting to put together activities based on this week’s theme
  • By linking up, you are giving me permission to share your post including one photo in our weekly feature post and on social media channels.
  • Visit 2-3 other posts that have linked up, find some new ideas & meet new friends!
  • If you are linking up, please be sure to grab and post the Discover and Explore button. We love to share! And we want as many people to add their posts as possible, so we have a wonderful collection to share with you.

The linky will remain open for two weeks. Then both co-hosts will feature activities in a separate post and share featured posts on the Discover and Explore Pinterest Board. If you aren’t already, please remember to follow us so you’re sure not to miss those feature posts.

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Previous Discover and Explore Themes

Upcoming Discover and Explore Themes

  • May 15-Enjoy a Day at the Park (nature & outdoor activities)
  • May 22-Art & Museum Fun
  • May 29-Backyard Games
  • June 5-Zoos

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Comments

  1. What a great post! They’re all so beautiful! The kids will love these springy snacks! 🙂

  2. Oooh I pinned this earlier in the week – such fun ideas!

    Thanks for joining in The Sunday Showcase. I’ve pinned to our board too.

  3. Oooh, so many fun and yummy snack ideas! So very cute!! Sure the kids would really enjoy them. Thanks for sharing at For the Kids Friday. I am featuring you at this week’s party! Woohoo!!!

    • Shaunna says:

      Yay!! I hope your kids have fun making some of them, and I really appreciate you featuring the post.

  4. Your snacks look amazing! I’ve already pinned this post . . . what a fun resource for flower ideas. Thanks so much for hosting this series. I’m really enjoying Discover & Explore.

    • Shaunna says:

      Thanks for pinning. I’m so glad you are enjoying Discover and Explore. I love seeing what ideas everyone links to the individual themes, and I love the flower ideas you’ve added here.

  5. This is making me hungry! LOL These look beautiful and totally doable for kids. What a terrific idea. My son’s latest obsession is grapes so he’ll be particularly happy to make all the creations incorporating that fruit I’m sure. 🙂

    • Shaunna says:

      They make me hungry too, Valerie! I hope your son has fun putting together his own grape flowers. 🙂

  6. I love how creative people get with the snacks they prepare, and I love your plan to have your daughter make some of these herself.

    • Shaunna says:

      I love the creative snacks, too. Usually we don’t make too many, but I’m excited to do a bit more now that the kids enjoy being a part of meal prep time.

  7. Amy @ Creative Kid Snacks says:

    Love this post! I’ve always thought that flowers were one of the easiest and most fun things to make using food! Loving the other creations by other moms! Thanks for sharing! The kids will love these 🙂

    Amy

    • Shaunna says:

      Wow! That’s such a compliment coming from you…I love all of your creative snacks! These ones really appealed to me, because I think the kids will have a lot of fun creating their own versions.

  8. Thanks for hosting another great theme

  9. Oh my gosh!!!! I don’t think I’ve ever seen this much creativity in one place…and I’m on pinterest!! Lord give me more patience…because my children would LOVE to have these snacks on their plate!

    • Shaunna says:

      I know what you mean, Stephanie! But here’s the great part…and part of my plan…you get to prep the materials and let the girls create their own flower snack with them! We did this for our tree snack recently, and the kids loved it! I bet yours would, too.

  10. These are just beautiful – I almost wouldn’t want to eat them! I’m putting a few of these on the list for our Mother’s Day meals!

    • Shaunna says:

      Aren’t they pretty? And I love that most of them are simple enough for kids to make on their own. Great for Mother’s Day!

  11. What a great (and yummy) roundup! I love Discover and Explore 😉

    • Shaunna says:

      Thanks, Stephanie! I’m so glad you are enjoying Discover and Explore. I’m having fun with the themes, too!

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