We have cakes, frosting, candies, cereal, and cookies! Let the kiddos try these Fun Snack Cake Crafts.
Encourage their creativity to soar, and make whatever they dream up. Or you can give them directions to make Twinkie Submarines, Minions, puppies and more.
Fun Snack Cake Crafts
This food craft is simple! Just add frosting goggles, candy eyes and a frosting smile and you have a Minion Twinkie and they look adorable popping out of cupcakes. via My Litter
Host a Snack Cake Decorating Party! Kids will come up with the most clever characters when decorating their own snack cakes. via Hungry Happenings
More Snack Recipes
Kids who are big fans of Perry the Platypus, AKA, Agent P, from Phineas and Ferb, will have a blast making these characters using snack cakes and some cake decorating supplies. via Dabbled
Making Twinkie Submarines using tubes of frosting, Fruit Loops and bendy straws couldn’t be any easier and the instructions are right here on Kids Activities Blog. at Kids Activities Blog
All you need to make Mickey Mouse Snack Cakes are some candy ears. See the instructions to make them simple or fancy over at Hungry Happenings. via Hungry Happenings
Turning chocolate covered snack cakes into dogs will allow older kids to really get creative. You can make your dogs with spots or without, with floppy ears or pointed ones, there are so many possibilities for fun. via Kitchen Fun with My 3 Sons
Cut Twinkies in two to make sweet little sombreros, perfect for a Fiesta or dessert on taco night. via Kitchen Fun with My 3 Sons
Send the kids off to school with little yellow school bus snack cakes. via Kitchen Fun with My 3 Sons
Owl you need is love, and these snack cake owls are sure to tell your kids that you’ll owl-ways love them. via Sugar Swings
Twinkie and Tootsie are looking for a good home, so why not bring them to life in your own kitchen. via Hungry Happenings
Your imagination is the only thing that will limit your creations. Go, have fun!
More Cake Recipes
Did you and your family enjoy these snack cake recipes? Let us know in the comments below, we’d love to hear! Also, be sure to join us over on our Facebook page.