Looking for delicious red snacks for preschool? This collection of kid-approved foods that are red in color are perfect for a classroom, party, or just a fun afternoon snack!
Red Snacks for Preschool
If you are looking for a red foods list, look no further. We’ve combined some basic go-tos with some simple recipes that will give you plenty of unique ideas.
These snacks are perfect red day activities for preschool!
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When will you serve foods that are red in color?
This collection of red color food items is perfect for a number of activities.
- Red day activities for preschool.
- Rainbow birthday party
- Valentine’s Day
- 4th of July
- Canada Day
Tips for a memorable red food day
Make the most of your red food day with these quick tips.
- Red food can stain. Make sure your kids are wearing play clothes.
- Some of these foods are common food allergies, make sure that you are safe when choosing snacks for a large group.
- Some kids don’t enjoy trying new foods. Make sure to off both common and new foods to help with their anxiety.
- Share this post with your students and let them each bring their favorite red item!
Red Foods List
1. Easy fruit and graham cracker snack.
Combine our simple cheesecake spread with strawberries and graham crackers.
2. Fruit and yogurt
Strawberries and raspberries make fantastic red color fruits.
3. Red peppers with cheese
Some kids have a hard time trying new veggies. Try adding some cheese to red peppers to make them easier for you kids to try.
4. Tomatoes with sugar
Some kids can’t handle the acidity of tomatoes. Take a trick from our grandpa and sprinkle tomatoes with sugar.
Give watermelon a fun twist by cutting it into fun shapes with cookie cutters.
6. Cranberry Juice
Skip the sugary drinks and serve cranberry juice instead!
Incorporate some fine motor skill building by letting kids pick red pomegranate seeds.
While they may not be your kid’s favorite red colored food, they are fun to try.
9. Red Apples
A favorite with kids. You can’t go wrong with red apples! You could even work in a fun apple craft!
10. Dried Goji Berries
Kids who love sour candies may enjoy dried goji berries.
11. Beet Chips
Beets may not be high on a kids list of snacks. But turn them into chips and they may just love them!
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