5 Snacks Available in San Diego Daycare Centers Featuring Disney and Space Characters

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Cooking provides children with the opportunity to develop several skills. Believe it or not, it can even improve their math skills. It also helps them develop a habit of following instructions strictly.

That’s why you have to answer any questions that pop out of the children’smouths. But the most important part of cooking is that kids can enjoy it. Now add the element of space and Disney to that.

Here we look at snacks featuring Disney characters and space objects for space lovers. Keep in mind that they’re edible, despite their looks. Let’s first look at space-themed snacks.

Milky Way

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The Milky Way snack revolves around the use of milk to create a Milky Way lookalike using jello.Make jello as you normally would but with milk. Then let it set in the refrigerator.

Next is the pudding but this time, use a red food coloring.You can now create a Milky Way model by mixing small layers of jello with whipped topping and the red-colored pudding into plastic cups.

Sunshine Shakes

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With this snack, you’ll have to use a blender. Then, look for an unsweetened orange juice concentrate and freeze it. Milk, water, ice cubes, and vanilla should be easy to find.

Finally, blend them all together and you’ll have yourself shakes that resemble the sunshine. The best part is that they’re healthy, considering the combination of orange and milk.

Doughnut and Pretzel Disney Characters

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Since the shapes of doughnut and pretzels can easily be altered while baking, it’s the perfect snacks for replicating Disney characters.

Marshmallow Baymax

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Let’s not forget that marshmallows can easily be identified to Baymax of Big Hero 6 by decorating them.

Pinocchio Pretzel Rods

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Pretzel rods are just what you need to create the long nose of Pinocchio and create cookies just like the said Disney character.

Make sure you invite the children to cook or bake with you. After all, they’ll be more eager to eat their products if they helped make them.