Check out our snack hacks, food art, and more to see all the fun you can have with Uncrustables® Sandwiches.
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Creative and delicious meal ideas the kids will love
Tips and tricks for making snack time more special
This bunny-inspired food art will have the kids hopping for joy.
Kids stuck inside on a rainy day? This'll keep 'em busy (and full!).
Delicious snacks are always in bloom! Try this springtime treat for the kids.
Here's a fun way to break the kids out of their snacking shell.
Here's a good-as-ice-cream treat the kids will love. (Bonus: It doesn't melt.)
Fruit's more fun when it's served inside colorful cupcake liners! Try this snack with Uncrustables®Chocolate Flavored Hazelnut Spread Sandwiches.
Keep the kids cool and clean - slide a cupcake wrapper onto the stick of an ice pop to catch the drips.
Cut your kid's favorite fruit into heart shapes with a cookie cutter. It's a sweet and easy way to show your love.
Here's an after-school snack so cute you have to sea it to believe it.
Start with an Uncrustables Sandwich, then add blueberries, carrot sticks, and a piece of melon for a lunch your chickadees will love.
Make your little one's day even sunnier! Take an Uncrustables Sandwich and add peas and pieces of bell peppers.
Ahoy, mateys! This snack just might be better than buried treasure.
Keep your cool when packing lunch. Freeze a juice box the night before - it doubles as an ice pack, and it'll be ready to drink by lunch.
Sending apple slices with lunch? Soak them in 4 cups cold water and 1 tablespoon lemon juice for five to 10 minutes to help keep them fresh.
Use fruit and veggies to create a royal scene your little princess will love.
Here's a fun lunch idea the kids will be nuts (and bolts!) about.
We just hatched a new idea, and it's perfect for spring.
This idea is sure to make waves with the kids!
Pack an Uncrustables Sandwich, crackers, and other circle-shaped snacks for a lunch that's anything but square.
Blueberries, carrot sticks, cucumber slices, and a red raspberry are all it takes to make this Rudolph-inspired lunch.
The kids are sure to gobble up this snack, made with pieces of bell peppers, melon, and blueberries.
It's easy to make lunchtime fun - and we're not lion. Just add cheese slices, blueberries, and crackers.
Here's an idea: Write a secret message with a toothpick on the peel of a banana in the morning. By lunchtime, the words will be revealed!
Cheese, carrots, olives, cucumbers, and dried fruit - that's doggone adorable.
For a bear-y cute snack, add vanilla wafers, blueberries, and a banana slice to an Uncrustables Sandwich.