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It’s officially fall! When my sister, Melanie, and two nephews, Blake and Logan, came down for a play date I decided to make it a full on fall themed afternoon (despite the fluctuating temperatures going from 60 in the am to high 70s in the afternoon)!
We drew funny pumpkins with sidewalk chalk, made a fall themed craft (upcoming blog post alert) and enjoyed some fall flavored snacks!
For toddler friendly foods, I turned to my friends at Happy Family Brands. You remember them, the ones who taught me purple carrots existed in the world? Yes, they were back to treat our little ones with some snacks perfect for the fall season! They picked out some fall flavored foods and treats including: Happy Tot Pumpkin, Sweet Potato, Pear, Happy Tot Sweet Potato, Apple, Carrot, Cinnamon, and Happy Tot Apple, Butternut Squash. For dessert they even gave us mommies some Happy Squeeze Treat Caramel Apple and Happy Tot Best Friends Chocolate Pumpkin Cookies for the kids.
We split a Sweet Potato, Apple, Carrot and Cinnamon pouch as a supplement while digging into our solid foods (good old grilled cheese and apples). But after hitting the playground for a little bit, we treated them with, the favorite by far… the cookies!
Logan wouldn’t give the bag up once digging in for a chocolate pumpkin puppy shaped treat!
— Tara Nehil (@Spotofteadesign) September 30, 2014
A few days later Brielle ate another pouch all by herself when sipping it up from the straw! I don’t have a baby anymore. Now she’s a toddler!
I can totally see these pouches and cookie packs used for Halloween parties instead of candy! In fact, I decided to dress them up for the occasion, making some Halloween tags with fun one liner jokes. I must tell you that these jokes were a hit with my 3.5 year old nephew, Blake, though I guarantee he didn’t understand the puns! 🙂 Lucky for you I turned these Halloween jokes into a free printable! Click the image above to download and use these printables with Halloween treats or as a little note for lunchboxes!