Kellie Strickland

Frosty Kid Lunch: Snow Globe Sandwich

Thanksgiving is behind us, and now we move on to all things winter! Snow globes are wintery, fun to play with and some people even collect them. This is one snow globe isn’t likely to sit on the shelf and gather dust, though!


What You’ll Need:
1 sandwich (your choice)
1 Oreo or other chocolate sandwich cookie
miniature marshmallows
writable yellow and white icing
miniature chocolate chips
uncooked spaghetti
1 tall, clear drinking glass


To Make Snow Globe Sandwich:
Use the clear glass to cut a circle out of the sandwich. Twist apart the sandwich cookie. Use a small lid to cut a circle out of the icing in the middle of the cookie. Scrape the remainder of the icing off of the cookie. Use yellow writable icing to draw a beak on the penguin. Place small dabs of icing on the back of the chocolate chips and gently press them onto the cookie for the eyes. Break uncooked spaghetti into different lengths. Gently thread marshmallows onto the uncooked spaghetti and stick the spaghetti into the sandwich. Assemble as shown and cover with drinking glass.




Go ahead, play with your food! Check out all of Kellie’s kid-friendly creations!



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