Friendly Witch Snack

Posted on September 19, 2014

“Food Allergies are real! Snacks that avoid them are Fun @ Ibelieveinjoy.com!”

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 “Food Allergies are real! Snacks that avoid them are Fun @ Ibelieveinjoy.com!”

Allergy Friendly Witch Snack by Joy Brownlee

Fall is in the air! Chili parties, pumpkin decorations, cooler weather, and perhaps a friendly flight into making some fun and healthy snacks for a get together with friends. This Friendly Witch Snack is sure to please anyone! We made this Allergy-Friendly Witch Snack with my 3 daughters who are allergic to nuts. You can make it too! All you need is a few simple ingredients and you will be flying into healthy and fun snacking in no time! 

Friendly Witch Snack
Friendly Witch Snack is an allergy friendly, healthy, and fun snack that I made with my 3 daughters who have nut allergies. More at ibelieveinjoy.com where health and joy take flight! (all cooking or cutting in my recipes need to be done by an adult).
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Here's what we used
  1. 3 Organic, non-gmo, gluten free, blue corn chips
  2. 1 Celery stalk
  3. 4 Carrot slices
  4. 1 cup of organic hummus
  5. 1 mini Babybel cheese round (remove and discard the red smile & eye, made from the cheese covering, before eating the snack)
Instructions
  1. Remove the outer packaging wrapper from the mini Babybel cheese (discard). Leave the red covering on the cheese.
  2. Carefully cut an eye and smile into the red covering of the mini Babybel cheese round for the face. After cutting the smile and eye, then remove the remainder of the red mini Babybel cheese covering using the tab provided and discard. The smile and eye will remain on the cheese round but do not eat them, discard the red eye and smile before eating)
  3. Place your witch face in top center of plate.
  4. Use 1 chip for the witch hat.
  5. Use 1 chip for the witch body.
  6. Use 1 chip for the witch cape.
  7. Trim 1 celery stalk with some leaves for the broom.
  8. Trim 4 thin pieces of carrots for the arms and legs.
  9. Place 1 cup of hummus in a serving dish, position it as the moon above the witch.
  10. Leave an extra bowl of dipping chips on the side.
Notes
  1. This recipe was made for my 3 daughters who are allergic to nuts, to encourage them to try new foods they can have for snacks, like the non-gmo blue corn chips and the organic hummus. Our goal is to recognize that "Food allergies are real! Snacks that avoid them are Fun @ Ibelieveinjoy.com!" This has helped our journey as a family with food allergies, and we hope it brings a bit of joy to yours.
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Author Joy Brownlee. Written and Photography copyrights
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