Play It Forward Therapy

Rainbow Veggie Snack

Rainbow Veggie Cracker Snack

How’s your luck with getting your kids to eat vegetables?

Our feeding therapists love this colorful Rainbow Snack because it gets kids interacting with veggies in a novel way.   You can make these veggie topped crackers at home too.  Talk about the colors, the textures and most importantly, have fun making these bite sized rainbows and lucky horseshoes!  This snack will add a pop of color to your St. Patrick’s Day nibbles  Who knew eating vegetables could be so fun?!

Here’s what you’ll need

Make it

STEP 1: Cut the peppers width wise.

STEP 2: Spread the cream cheese on top of the cracker.

STEP 3. Cut the pepper rings in half and trim.. Arrange your veggies in a rainbow shape.

STEP 4. Place veggies upright or laying flat on the cracker.

STEP 5. Sprinkle herbs. Add cream cheese clouds to the sides of the rainbow.

Pro Tips

What does your rainbow
taste like?

Skills Addressed

Fine Motor

To increase the challenge

Other modifications

Ready for dessert? Check out our leprechaun sized Pot O’Gold Cookie Craft.


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