Sunday, July 31, 2011

Snack Attack!!

My kids are Snacking Monsters! All day, Riley would rather just have snacks, then actual food. before I quit my job, thats all they ever had. Mike is a snacker too. He only eats One meal a day! Which I feed him, otherwise he snakcs all day. 
Since I have been home, its been driving me crazy! "mommy can I hae a snack?" over and over every 20 mins!  Among other things.,. so I discovered Pintrest a few days ago. and I LOVE IT!! :)  Its inspiring. 

This is how it works..  ever google image search??.  its just like that except when You find something cool! You can put it on your "Board"..  I have 3 or 4 boards now. So when I have time.. or wanted to remember to make something or get something, I go to my board.. when you click on the picture it takes you to the site on how to make it, or where to get it! :)    You can also follow other peoples boards, which is great, because sometimes you dont know what your looking for.. until someone else finds it! :) 
Here is what I did.. tonight :)

I made these.. I changed a few things of course.. because I dont like Hummas... well actually I have never tried it.
I used ziplock snack bags, and filled them with everything.. One for the fridge and one for the pantry.. I figure I will tell them.. They will last2-3 days, and when its gone.. Its GONE! I pre-made about 50 more bags.. so I can easily replace them. :) I hope this works!

JOIN PINTREST!! its fun..


http://pinterest.com/caseysmiles/  Click here to see my boards :) 

3 Comments!! I love Comments!:

Snichols said...

Great idea!

Christina Klas said...

I totally agree! I love pinterest! Also - your food organizers remind me of this:http://pinterest.com/pin/25574113/ also from pinterest! :)

Angelica Whetstone said...

You have never tried Hummus? You definitely have to try it. I must admit it is an acquired taste, however, my tastebuds are a bit adventurous so PB & J seems simplistic to me.

When you do try it, I recommend that you eat it with black bean taco chips. The sweet after-taste of the bean will overwhelm the distinct taste of hummus.