Made with graham crackers, marshmallows and frosting, these adorable squirrel pops are easy to make and impossible to resist.
Roll scrapbook paper or kraft paper into individual cones, fill with nuts and let moviegoers help themselves.
What's a squirrel's favorite snack? Acorns, of course! This sweet version is made with Hershey's Kisses, melted chocolate and mini vanilla wafer cookies.
If Nutter Butter cookies are your passion, this version of the Hershey's Kiss acorn features mini Nutter Butters and a tiny chocolate chip stem.
When planning your squirrel-themed snacks, it can't all be about the nuts! Throw in a little color with some gummy woodland berries.
Give a delicious nod to a squirrel's natural habitat and serve chocolate-covered cookie "twigs."
Nuts may be squirrels' favorite treat, but they've been known to sink their teeth into seeds, berries and just about anything else they can get their little paws on. Whip up a mix of your favorite woodsy snacks and top with cute bag toppers like these.
Would you believe these squirrel and acorn cookies were made without cookie cutters? Click the link below to find out how you can make cookies that are shaped like these little critters.
Don't feel like bagging up the snack mix? Lay out bowls of munchies like banana chips, pretzel sticks, chocolate bits and dried cherries, and let your little squirrels forage for the mix of their choosing!
Need a pre-movie activity? Gather the kids and let them make these funny squirrel faces with crackers, cookies and candy!
Do you know about Skeeter? Apparently, he's the world's only squirrel with a nut allergy. If you have a family member with a nut allergy, pass out nut-free Skeeter cookie packs — they come in six different flavors.
Squirrel-shaped whoopie pies!
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