Recipe of the Week: Snickety Snacks

Posted by the Mom (aka Kelly Biedny)

This recipe is essentially a crudite platter with some additions, but it’s healthy and easy for any kids to prepare with a little help from a Mom 😉 (or Dad).

We tend to stick to the ingredients listed, but this is one recipe that is open for substitutions. The main goal with this one is to show the simplicity in ‘cooking’–which at times is pretty much just assembly. The episode that contains this recipe will be airing soon, and you’ll see 6 year old Sophia show you just how easy it is.

Snickety Snacks
1 Cucumber
1 Green Pepper
1 Cup or so Baby Carrots
4 oz or so Sliced Cheddar Cheese
4 oz or so Sliced Lean Turkey Sausage
1/3 cup Ranch Dressing

Peel the cucumber and then cut it in half length-wise. We like to scrape the seeds out with a spoon, but that’s not necessary. Then slice the cucumber in to bit-size slices.

Next, cut the pepper in half and remove the stem and seeds. After that, slice the pepper into even slices.

The baby carrots really only need to be washed, and then dry off any excess water.

Slice the cheese and sausage into even sizes.

Step two involves arranging your treats onto a platter nicely and adding the ranch dip into a bowl. V

Once you’ve tried this recipe on your own, please make sure and rate it!

Watch Sophie demonstrate how she makes Snickety Snacks on 2 Kids Cooking TV!

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