It seems we are always looking for a fun way to present a treat for the holidays or school gatherings. These little graham cracker “wheat stalks” would be so cute lining a kids table at Thanksgiving time. Even better, you could put the older kids in charge of making and displaying them for the younger ones…win win!
I used peanutbutter for the filling….but you could use something else if you have allergy kiddos….
What you will need to make this kids thanksgiving treat:
graham crackers snapped into rectangles
dipping white chocolate or milk chocolate
flatten the top part of the straw
spread peanutbutter onto both graham crackers (creating your “glue”)
place the straw and top with another cracker
let set and finish making the others
melt the chocolates
Dip into white chocolate set onto wax paper (hold by the base of the cracker for most support)
dip into sprinkles
How sweet would these be on the kiddos table this year?!?
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Thanks Tracie! Such a cute, fun idea for the kids for Thanksgiving! But, those would be a fun snack idea year round too!
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- cute straws
- graham crackers snapped into rectangles
- dipping white chocolate or milk chocolate
- holiday sprinkles
- flatten the top part of the straw
- spread peanutbutter onto both graham crackers (creating your “glue”)
- place the straw and top with another cracker
- let set and finish making the others
- melt the chocolates
- Dip into white chocolate set onto wax paper (hold by the base of the cracker for most support)
- dip into sprinkles
- Let dry
heather @french press says
such a fun idea for the kids – definitely trying this
Emily McAllister says
Ahh love all of this! Fall i just the best time of year!! 🙂
Finley Jayne says
Love it! Definitely will be trying this, though I think I’ll try frosting in the middle, and see if that works 🙂