Looking for yummy yellow snacks for preschool? This collection of kid-friendly foods that are yellow in color are perfect for a classroom, party, or just a fun afternoon snack!
Yellow Snacks for Preschool
Yellow is a fun food color. There are lots of fun fruits, vegetables, and snack foods you can choose.
I like the idea of mixing some classic flavors with some unusual items, to let your kids experiment with flavors.
This collection of yellow snacks is perfect for your yellow day celebrations.
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When will you serve foods that are yellow in color?
This collection of blue color food items is perfect for a number of activities.
- Yellow day activities for preschool.
- Rainbow birthday party
- Summer celebrations
- Gender-neutral baby showers
Tips for a memorable yellow food day
Make the most of your yellow food day with these quick tips.
- Yellow food can stain, though not as bad as other colors. 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 offer both common and new foods to help with their anxiety.
- Share this post with your students and let them each bring their favorite yellow item!
Yellow Foods List
1. Pineapple Rings.
Grab a can of pineapple rings. Blot off the extra juice and dust with some cinnamon sugar. Serve them whole or in smaller slices
2. Yellow Veggies and Ranch
I used yellow carrots, tomatoes, and peppers. Tip for picking out bell peppers: female peppers are sweeter. Look for 4 bumps on the bottom. These are better for eating raw.
3. Cornbread and Honey
Head to the bakery and find a loaf or giant muffins to cut up for the kiddos.
4. Lemon Jell-O Jigglers
These fun little treats are sure to be a favorite. Just mix one standard box of Jello into 1 cup boiling water. Pour into a small glass container and chill for at least 4 hours. To keep the portions small use a small cookie cutter, or raid the playdoh toys for small shapes! You use a lot less water to make them jigglers so keep that in mind when picking how much to make.
5. Tortilla chips with melted cheese
Yellow corn chips topped with some delicious melted cheddar or American cheese.
Just cut up a banana for a quick yellow snack.
7. Banana pudding
Whip up a batch of banana pudding. Yum!
This tart snack will test your preschooler’s tastebuds. Don’t forget to grab a picture of the pucker.
Wash down the yellow snacks with some lemonade.
10. Sweet Corn
Cut it off the cob, or let the kids nibble it as is!
11. Hard-Boiled Eggs
The yellow yolk may not be their favorite part of the hard-boiled egg. But at least it’s teaching them about the color!
12. Lemon Bars
Find a delicious lemon bar recipe or pick some up from your local bakery.
13. Yellow Raisins
These golden yellow raisins are a fun preschool snack.
14. Dried Pineapple
Sweet and delicious. These dried pineapples make a great yellow snack.
15. Banana Chips
Kids love these crunchy banana chips!
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