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Solar Eclipse Snacks

Today is the first day of school for kids here in South Florida. With the added excitement of the Solar Eclipse, which arrived just in time for school getting out today, we decided to throw a little get together for the kids.

Always utilizing what we have fresh from our box, I have put together some Solar Themed Snack Ideas that are sure to be a favorite for whenever the kids are gathering, or just as an after-school snack.  Presenting foods, especially fruits and vegetables in a fun and creative way encourages kids to try them.

Solar Eclipse Snack Ideas

Eat the Moon Space Snack:

moon-snacks-labeledPrep Time: 5 m | Total Time: 5 m


  • Plain rice cakes (no salt)
  • Cream cheese
  • bananas
  • cheerios


  • Spread a thin layer of cream cheese on the rice cake.
  • Top with sliced bananas and cheerios.

Fruit or Veggie Eclipse Kebabs:

fruit-veggie-eclipse-kebabsPrep Time: 5 m | Total Time: 10 m


  • Watermelon
  • Cucumbers
  • Carrots
  • Cherry tomatoes


  • Slice up some of your favorite fruits and veggies.
  • Use star and moon-shaped cookie cutters to form shapes.
  • Skewer the fruits and veggies and serve!

Star Shaped Sandwiches:

Star-Shaped-SandwichesPrep Time: 5 m | Total Time: 5 m


  • Whole wheat bread (or whatever bread you choose)
  • Deli ham
  • Cheese


  • Using a star shaped cookie cutter, cut out stars from bread.
  • Fill with ham and cheese.

*You can select whatever sandwich filling you’d like.

Space Rocks:

space-rocksPrep Time: 5 m | Total Time: 5 m


  • Honeydew melon
  • Cantaloupe
  • Grapes (red or green)


  • Use a melon scoop to scoop out cantaloupe and honeydew melon.
  • Mix with grapes & serve!

*Can also refrigerate and serve chilled

Rocket Dogs:

rocket-dogsPrep Time: 5 m | Total Time: 10 m



  • Take a hot dog, wrap it with Pillsbury breadstick dough and bake according to the instructions on the package.
  • Push a skewer through the hot dogs when done.
  • Slice cheese into triangle-shaped wedges & stick at the end of the skewer.

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