4th of July Flag Treats

I just love new spins on old favorites!  I found these 4th of July Flag Treats on Class Brain.  Wouldn’t these be great to serve to the kids this weekend?  The Class Brain site also has other activities, worksheets, etc for the 4th.
Here’s a list of what you’ll need and the instructions to to make the treats.
What you’ll need:

Crispy rice treats
Airheads® Cherry bars
Airheads® White Mystery bars
Airheads® Blue Raspberry bars
Small kitchen knife or scissors
Small star-shaped cookie cutter (optional)

Cut crispy rice treats into rectangles. Cut part of an Airheads® Blue Raspberry bar to make the upper blue corner of the flag. Cut alternating strips of Airheads® Cherry and White Mystery to make the flag’s stripes. Arrange pieces on crispy rice treat. Trim to fit. Using either a star-shaped cookie cutter, or by hand, cut out a star shape from an Airheads® White Mystery bar. Place star on the blue square. And you’re done!

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  1. What a great idea. I think I may make those this weekend.

  2. Lisa@BlessedwithGrace says

    Great idea! Thanks for linking to TMTT.

  3. C.R.A.F.T. says

    YUM!! come on over and link up to MMM 🙂

  4. What a great treat! Thanks for sharing. =)

  5. Wow! These are amazing! They could be your decoration for the weekend too!

  6. These look so yummy! I know I would be thrilled to eat these 4th of July or not. I am stopping in from Tip Junkie today

  7. Erin@The Phillips Fam says

    awesome idea!

  8. Red Couch Recipes says

    They turned out so cute and I have made things with fruit leather and rice krispies and they taste great. Joni

  9. Joy @ Thrifty Parsonage Living says

    They are so cute! What a great idea!

  10. Resisting Perfection says

    This is a great idea! I'm trying it tomorrow 🙂 Thank you!

  11. Sue Sparks says

    I love these!

  12. What?! These are the cutest thing I have ever seen in my life.

  13. BigSis LilSis says

    I am visiting from New Friend Friday! I love this idea. Looks yummy too!


  14. Oh, these looks awesome. Must be delicious too.
    Happy 4th of July!

  15. Haden News says

    These are so cute….thanks for sharing this great idea!

  16. Its So Very Cheri says

    You will want to check out my post tonight.



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