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Check out these cool ways to use Wilton Color Mist Food Color Spray to make fun game day snacks that shows your favorite team's colors! Great for making snacks to bring to pep rallies, tailgate and football parties.


Here's a winning kid's lunch idea. Make a soccer ball by spreading low-fat cream cheese on a whole wheat English muffin, and add raisins to create the ball pattern. Pair it with grilled chicken slices, a mixed green salad and kiwi slices for a healthy, kid-friendly lunch. Kick up this soccer themed lunchbox idea by adding a Soccer Danimals® Smoothie.

from BabyCenter Blog

7 creative soccer mom snacks

7 creative soccer mom snacks | #BabyCenterBlog Thismis SO happening this season when I have snack duty!


As team mom there's a lot to worry about — so we teamed up with sports nutritionist Tara Collingwood, MS, RDN, CSSD to create a "tip sheet" full of healthy postgame snack ideas. Pair a Nesquik with one of these nutritious options for an all-around balanced snack for young soccer stars. Research shows that low-fat chocolate milk, with the ideal 3:1 ratio of carbohydrates to protein, is a great option to nourish tired muscles after prolonged activity. The team will love these winning combos!

from Today's Parent

The best post-game snacks for kids

Lessons on proper ways to fuel an active body are just as vital as teaching kids to throw and pass. #Snacks #SnackRecipes #KidsSnacks

Fastest Way to Slice an Orange. Use this for soccer games, fruit platters, and snacks. I did it in less than 20 seconds!

from Real Housemoms

Soccer Snack Printables

Free Soccer Snack Printables from DimplePrints for Real Housemoms


Snack Day!! Capri Sun juice drink, fruit snack, and cheese and crackers. Put them together and tie with a ribbon and put a face on it! So simple and soo cute!!

from Kids Activities Blog

Awesome Soccer Snacks With Free Printable

Cute soccer snacks with free printable!