I wish a wish that’s just for you, that you would read a book or two. That fun would jump right off each page, and that you’d laugh no matter your age! That you’d find joy with every rhyme, and that you’d want to read ALL of the time! Reading is fun, this much is true, and Dr. Seuss makes me laugh right down to my shoes. That’s why I thought it’d be so neat if only I could find some snacks to eat! A few that are clever, cute and yummy…and will make you smile when they fill your tummy!
Read Across America kicks off this year on March 2nd, which just so happens to be Dr. Seuss’s birthday. To celebrate such a fun occasion, I thought I’d put together a roundup of some of the cutest little snacks around that are inspired by that ol’ cat in the hat!
Each of these snacks was thoughtfully put together by some amazingly wonderful and creative bloggers who love reading Dr. Seuss books and celebrating during Read Across America week! If you love any of the ideas you see here, be sure to hop on over to their pages and leave them a little love!
Fresh Fruit Cat in the Hat Kabobs – (Source: Modern Mom Life)
Cat in the Hat Cupcakes – (Source: The Typical Mom)
Cat in the Hat Popsicle – (Source: Bomb Shell Bling)
Cat in the Hat Ice Cream Snack – (Source: Kitchen Fun With My 3 Sons)
Cat in the Hat cookie hats – (Source: Fancy Frugal Life)
Cat in the Hat Layered Jello Cups – (Source: Yummy Healthy Easy)
Thing 1 and Thing 2 Marshmallow Treats – (Source: Be Brave, Keep Going)
Thing 1 and Thing 2 Cupcakes – (Source: Baby Center)
The Lorax Cupcakes – (Source: Marcie Coombs)
Lorax Fruit Plate – (Source: Working Mom Cook Fusion)
The Lorax Rice Krispie Treats – (Source: Mommy Musings)
Lorax Cookies – (Source: Embrace My Space)
Truffula Tree Cake Pops – (Source: Adventures of Mel)
Truffula Tree Treats – (Source: Frugal Finds During Nap Time)
Barbaloot Snacks – (Source: Surviving A Teacher’s Salary)
One Fish Two Fish Cupcakes – (Source: A Sparkle of Genius)
One Fish Two Fish Marshmallow Pops – (Source: The Simple Parent)
Put Me in the Zoo Rice Krispies Treats – (Source: She Saved)
Put Me in the Zoo Snack Mix – (Source: Kid Activities Blog)
Go, Dog. Go! Hot Dog Snack – (Source: Surviving a Teacher’s Salary)
Green Eggs and Ham Pretzel Bites – (Source: Practically Functional)
The Grinch Christmas Fluff – (Source: Southern Made Simple)
Will you be celebrating Read Across America week this year? Do you love Dr. Seuss books like us? What special books will you be reading this week? Leave a comment below and share the love!