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Mulberry Street Unit Study- Stop Light Treats

Did you try the Oh the Animals Snack in our Mulberry Street Unit Study? Another fun, edible, way to celebrate this book is to make Stop Light Treats.  This is one of my favorites!  You can make Stop Light Cookies OR Stop Light Candy!

Mulberry Street Stop Light Treats

Stop Light Cookies– Spread peanut butter (may use any nut butter or icing) on a graham cracker, and top with; red,yellow, and green M&M’s or Skittles to create a fun and edible traffic light. Every busy street needs a traffic light doesn’t it?

Stop Light Candy– Separate mini I did the candy version for Mister’s fifth birthday, which had a “Planes, Trains, and Automobiles” theme.  They were gobbled up quite quickly and were the talk of the party!

Which would you rather eat?

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Comments

  1. What an incredibly easy but smart idea! I have a home daycare and this would be perfect for teaching signs!

  2. Those are so cute! A great treat for little ones.

  3. I think I’d rather have the candy version. These treats would work well with so many books and party themes!

  4. How cute! My little guys like it when I make fun things like this out of their food.

  5. I’m still blown away at how easy these are! I have a friend who runs a daycare and I think she would love to make these with her little ones.

  6. Love this idea!! Very cute for a transportation party theme too

  7. Really cute idea! I love how you incorporated the snack into the book. These would be adorable to make for a teaching lesson.

  8. I love the graham cracker idea but I’d use Biscoff spread because I’m addicted to that stuff!

  9. How cute! I think these would be great for a local community program called “Safety Town” that a local officer runs in the summers for kids. I will have to make this for their graduation day!

  10. Such cute treats! I’d like to eat these!

  11. Yes, every busy street does need a stoplight!! These turned out fun!!

  12. These are so darn cute! What a fantastic way to teach about stop lights! I am making these with Davey this weekend! 🙂

  13. These are really cute and such a fun idea. I think my daughter would enjoy eating these if I made them!

  14. a cute and yummy way to learn about stop lights. It’s a clever way to teach the meaning of the colors red, yellow & green!

  15. those are so precious! You could do so much learning with them making these themselves, learning about colors, nutrition, etc.

  16. I love this idea since it’s so simple! The kids can help too.

  17. These are absolutely adorable! And what a great way to teach young minds about driving and stoplights. So cute.

  18. So cute and creative! I love finding new recipes to try with the kids!

  19. I would rather eat stop light candy and I think that my boys would have a blast with that style snack!

  20. I love simple ways to incorporate food into learning because kids enjoy it so much!

  21. These are adorable! My kids would love them! 🙂

  22. These look like such fun treats for a little boy party. My nephew is having a party soon I’m going to let his mom know about this for a treat for the table 🙂

  23. I am so not a lover of Seuss but I love this idea! I wonder if I could adapt this for other books?

  24. Those are almost too cute to eat. Almost. 😉

  25. These are adorable. I would make these for myself LOL

  26. So cute! You are so creative!

  27. Cute idea! I would have to go with the Stoplight Cookies!

  28. Eliz Frank says:

    Those are so creative and tasty looking. I’m a big treats fan so pass them down.

  29. What a cute idea! My son would love these.

  30. Those are so cute. I know my kids would love making them

  31. These are so cute! My kids would want to play red light, green light if I made these. Lol.

  32. Such a clever idea! My niece loves playing with her food before gobbling it up, so she would this. Can’t wait to try this with her!

  33. Melissa Bowers says:

    Those are very clever and a great way to introduce kids to what the colors on a stop light mean.

    For myself, I would prefer using the M & M’s. I always get a little disappointed when I am expecting chocolate and it turns out to be Skittles! 🙂