Autumn brings in all sorts of possibilities. Crafts, outdoor family fun, warm indoor play……but no matter what you’re up to this month, you’ll need to feed the hungry horde, so why not try some of these cute, delicious, and mostly healthy snacks to extend the activity? Here’s a collection of fall leaf and tree snacks that you’ll enjoy as much as the kids!
Fall Recipes for Leaf and Tree Treats
Take them on a picnic, eat them on a hike to see the leaves change colours, or just serve them as part of your regular meal. However you decide to play it, they’re sure to be a hit. Enjoy!
Leaf Themed Recipes to Try
Make these Cinnamon Leaf Cookies – so easy that kids can make them and they can be made in advance frozen and then baked when you need them,
Cinnamon Sugar Leaf Tortilla Chips from See Vanessa Craft
Fall Leaves Snack from Pre-K Pages
Fall Leaves Painted Toast from Munchkins and Moms
Leaf Sandwiches from Eats Amazing
Leaf Shaped Cheese Snack Cracker Recipe from Buggy and Buddy
Strawberry Maple Leaf from Kiddie Foodies
Crispy Baked Purple Kale Chips from The Soccer Mom Blog
Autumn Leaf Cupcakes from Spaceships and Laser Beams
Colorful Fall Leaf Cookies from A Cultivated Life
Gingerbread Fall Leaves Cookies from The Monday Box
Try these delicious Apple Recipes for more fall baking inspiration that all of the family will enjoy.
Tree themed recipes for Fall Cooking with Kids
Broccoli Tree Veggie Tray from The Jenny Evolution
Cinnamon Roll Christmas Tree from Midget Momma
Fall Tree Snack for Kids from Artsy Momma
Chicka Chicka Boom Boom Snack from Mom Inspired Life
Healthy Veggie Tree Snack for Kids from In the Playroom
Grapes and Pretzel Tree Snack from Fantastic Fun and Learning
Tree Peekaboo Sandwich from Crafts on Sea
Graham Cracker and Cereal Tree from Artsy Momma
Fruit Tree Snack from Crystal and Co.
Fruit and Veggie Tree from Artsy Momma
Jurassic Tree Dinosaur Themed Snack from Things to Share and Remember
Looking for more inspiration for recipes that you can cook with kids search through our A-Z of recipes perfect for baking or cooking together.
Do you have fall leaf and tree snacks you’d like to share? Please let me know in the comments so I can add it to this list!
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