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It’s spring which means that there’s plenty of time to spend outside. With the warms days and no school, its fun to take the kids to the park, lets them ride their bikes, or play in our garden. It is fun enjoying this warmer weather outdoors together. We recently moved into a new house with great weather and space so we have started our own garden.
I think it is a great learning experience for kids to see how food grows. To see that it all starts from the land no matter where we buy it. I love to see them excited about that fruits, flowers and vegetable that they can grew themselves. While our garden cannot sustain a large enough source of food to feed us, we use it for learning and also a little food.
With all that fun outdoors kids get hungry. Our kids stay busy so it is important we have activities and snacks and wholesome foods for them to enjoy. Ever had a house of little girls out of school for the summer? Lot of “im hungry” and even “I’m bored” so being prepared is important for Summer Break!
When it comes to my family I always want to make sure I’m giving them the very best. Back To Nature has moms like me in mind when making their snacks. They have delicious great tasting snacks my kids love made with ingredients I can actually understand. NON-GMO and no high fructose corn syrup in their great tasting products either. I also like that they have a variety of great tasting organic crackers as well as granola and other baked goods.
To have a little extra fun in the garden I decided to have the girls make their own afternoon snack. A pudding dirt cup u play made with our favorite Back To Nature Classic Cream Cookies as the dirt. The great thing about kids is that simple things can be made truly memorable for them. In the summer time I always remember sitting around with my sister enjoying lunch in the shade. I want my girls to make those same memories and planning a garden is just one of those moments I want my girls to share.
The great thing about pudding cups is that they can be recycled into small cups to plant new seedlings. Plus kids love how simple and easy they are to help create.
Top with cookies.
Then create and share these fun garden inspired treats.
Our youngest really had so much fun gardening and enjoying time with her sisters.