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One of the first snacks, my girls fell in love with when they were just old enough to eat small snacks, was Goldfish Crackers. See these little Goldfish shaped crackers were a huge hit with my girls in those early days.
I can still very much see their little fingers grabbing for Goldfish to eat and enjoy. Plus, many of our smile worthy memories and moments over the years have included Goldfish front and center.
And yet even many years after, my girls still ask me to buy Goldfish Crackers for snack for home and school. They simply each the fun shape, as well as the yummy kid friendly taste of Goldfish Crackers.
Goldfish are quite frankly a family friendly favorite here. But I thought with Spring and Easter on its way, I’d make a fun new treat using Goldfish treat to create brand new Goldfish memories with my kids.
I think by now many here know I love making holiday, family friendly treats and crafts. So, I couldn’t resist giving Goldfish a try to make something my kids wouldn’t soon forget to help induce more smiles for them.
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I got the idea that traditional or original Goldfish are the orange color of carrots. Carrots happen to be a favorite of rabbits. I mean bunny rabbit just so happen to be a spring concept, especially for Easter holiday. And my girls absolutely love bunnies.
So what better way for my kids to enjoy Goldfish then to make them Goldfish Carrot Snack bags. Plus, I just had to create a colorful spring/Easter themed label to be used with my Goldfish Carrot treats. These snack bags are also perfect to also hand out to your kids friends. Plus they are also perfect Easter/Spring party favors. And they can even work for school class parties for all those class moms out there. This former and current class mom is always thinking!
Goldfish Carrot Treats are very easy to make. First and foremost, you need Goldfish Original Crackers. You’ll also need cone shaped treat bags which can be found at any local craft store, such as Michael’s. Plus green chalk paint (dries quickly), Easter/spring themed ribbon and my FREE Printable label are also needed.
You can download my FREE Label below:
Assembly is also just as simple, as well.
Do you want to create smile inducing memories with your kids this spring?
Then, read my step-by-step, easy Goldfish Carrot Snack Treats Tutorial below now…
Easy Goldfish Carrot Snack Treats Tutorial
There you have it an easy and fun way for all kids to enjoy Goldfish crackers this upcoming spring with Goldfish Carrot Snack treats bags.
What are some fun ways your and your kids enjoy Goldfish crackers as a family?
Will you try these Goldfish Carrot Treats Bags for the spring?
Now, tell me in the comments…
William Holland says
Goldfish is one of those snacks that never is out of custom. I’ve loved them for years and still do….how’s the storm, Janine? I hope you guys didn’t lose power, but that’s probably wishing for way too much. Stay safe and warm!
I couldn’t agree more about Goldfish, Bill. And as for the storm, we got lucky as it finally did know here for a few hours yesterday afternoon into the early evening. But only about 3 inches. Never lost power and kids even went to school today. So, we dodged a bullet it would seem. Thanks for thinking of us and wishing you a wonderful Thursday now 🙂
Oh my goodness, these Easter Goldfish carrots are adorable! And honestly, who wouldn’t love to get this (I wouldn’t mind). 🙂
Aw, thanks Sarah and I know I would love to get this myself, too 🙂
This is so simple but BRILLIANT! I can’t wait to make these with my boys. I didn’t even think to make Easter crafts, and now I can do so with my boys favorite snacks! Thanks for this tutorial!
Aw, so happy to share with you and as I posted this morning I actually thought wait until Nellie sees this. Because I know you are similar to me with making stuff like this for your boys and their friends, too 🙂
Kathy Radigan says
Well you outdid yourself on this one! Beyond cute!! This would make such a cute snack handout for a Spring school party. Thanks!
Aw, thank you Kathy and I love the kid’s spring party idea for this one more than you even know 🙂
That is REALLY adorable. We love Goldfish, as you know, and the printables are picture perfect.
Aw, thanks and I know we are totally GoldFish twins!! 🙂
Meredith Spidel says
So cute! Would be perfect to put in their lunch as a fun treat!
Aw, thanks and totally would work as a lunch snack this time of the year, too 🙂
AnnMarie John says
Hahaha I do this every Easter with Madison, because she loves to pretend she’s eating bunny food. I may have to use your printable to make it more fun this year. During Spring we use Ziploc bags with a clothespin in the middle for butterflies. These are oldies but goodies.
Love the spring with clothespin butterfly idea and am going to have to try that too 🙂
Catherine Gacad says
cutest crack ever, janine! LOVE! anyone would be so happy to receive this.
Aw, thanks Catherine 🙂
These are super cute!! You know I totally pinned them right?!
Thank you so much, Jen for the pin, too!! 🙂
Seana Turner says
Oh, these are so cute. Who doesn’t love Goldfish? And they are “allergy friendly,” so great for a group activity:)
Aw, thanks Seana and one of my favorite group activity for this time of the year for sure 🙂