Whooooo’s hungry for a little peanut butter strawberry and banana kid’s snack? No need to sit owl by yourself, this is the perfect snack to pair with a friend, and a good glass of milk or water too. I know my kid got the giggles when she saw this adorable owl snack on her plate and I bet your kid will too! This fun owl snack recipe only takes five ingredients and is totally worth the smiles!
Peanut Butter Strawberry Banana Owl Kid’s Snack Recipe
I’m a firm believer that food can be fun but not take a long time, which is one of the reasons I really love this snack. Does every snack need to have a cute face that you serve your kid?
No, but when you’re feeling up to it? A fun snack like this peanut butter strawberry and banana combo will make their day! It’s one way you can show your kid a little love and surprise them. I love surprises that live in the moment!
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Kid having a bad day? This will surely bring a smile to their faces. This snack also includes a nice amount of protein, a little fruit, and just the right amount of sweetness that it feels like a treat. If you drink milk, you may want to have a glass handy. For older kids, you can make one and set up the pieces, and let them decorate their own owls. It then becomes a bit of a snack activity!
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As with most snacks that contain peanut butter, you can easily swap other kinds of nut butter and nut butter alternatives. Almond butter and cashew butter are both delicious too! For a nut-free alternative, try sun butter made from sunflower seeds or wow butter made form soy. You could also use cream cheese if your kid is just not a fan of any nut butter.
Peanut Butter Strawberry Banana Owl Kid’s Snack
- 1 tbsp peanut butter
- 1 graham cracker sheet (two squares!)
- 2 strawberries
- 1/2 banana
- 4 candy eyes
- Spread a thin layer of peanut butter on two squares of graham crackers.
- Slice banana into rounds, slicing two rounds in half down the center. The half rounds become wings, add to graham crackers.
- Add two banana eyes to each cracker. Top with candy eyeballs.
- Slice the tops off of the strawberries, then slice the strawberry in half longwise. Trim one piece a little shorter. The long slice becomes the belly, and the short slice becomes the beak.
- Eat and enjoy!
So tell me what other kinds of fun animal graham crackers would you like me to create? Does your kid have a favorite animal we could make together into a quick and easy recipe?