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DIY Kid Project: Healthy American Flag Cookie

I love summer. School’s out and the kids are running around everywhere. When Fourth of July hits, I’m thrilled that the season is in full swing. See, I lived up north my entire life, so I’ve cherished the warm summer weather after months of being stuck inside. Even with the heat, I’ve found happiness by puddle jumping, diving in pools and buying treats from the ice cream truck. You see, I’m still a kid at heart. I love glow-in-the dark necklaces, patriotic songs and fireworks, so patriotic holidays bring a smile to my face.

Now that I’m a mother, I share my holiday spirit with my family by decorating the house together, choreographing our own parades and leading a kiddie DIY project such as this healthy American flag cookie. I’m very proud when I can trick my 7-year old into thinking a healthy snack is cookie-licious. 

 

Healthy American Flag Cookies

 

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DIY Kid Project: Healthy American Flag Cookie
 
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A simple DIY Kid recipe for American Flag Cookies
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Recipe type: Dessert
Serves: 1
Ingredients
  • 4 single graham crackers (Mi-Del Whole Wheat honey is the brand I use)
  • 3 tbsp. coconut milk yogurt
  • 4 strawberries – cut in small pieces
  • 6 blueberries
Instructions
  1. Line up four graham crackers – two on top, two on bottom
  2. Smother 3 tbsp. of yogurt on top of the four crackers
  3. Line up two rows of blueberries (three in each row) on the top left corner
  4. Line up two rows of cut strawberries next to the blueberries and three full rows underneath the blueberries

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11 Comments

  1. Ann Dunne

    It’s the week that says “We are half way there. Before you know it, it’s the State Fair!” Love the cookie recipe and one of my favorites is 4th of July cupcakes. And maybe a few sparklers.

  2. I love this idea!

    • Caryn Sullivan

      Happy 4th of July. Enjoy the flag cookies. My son had a lot of fun with it.

  3. Graham crackers! How simply wonderful. I love this! We are having a party on Monday after we clean our family graves and I am so letting the kids make these. Thanks for sharing this yummy and healthy recipe!
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    • Yay. I hope your family enjoyed them. My friend uses cool whip or frosting instead of the yogurt…but I prefer to keep it with the wholesome ingredients. Because of the graham crackers, my son thinks it’s a cookie. I hope you had a wonderful holiday weekend.

  4. What a great idea! Sorry I missed this one but sharing for the 4th. I love the simplicity!
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    • It’s really easy and yummy! And, as you said, it works for all American patriotic holidays. Hope you had a great Memorial Day weekend. xoxo

  5. I really need to find sugar-free coconut milk yogurt!!!! I am on an ever-lasting HUNT!!
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  6. Coconut milk yogurt is my FAVORITE!! We will have to try these. :)
    Thanks for sharing.
    XO

    • My son really likes coconut milk yogurt, too. I think because it’s naturally sweet even when I buy the plain flavor. Do you add it to smoothies?

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