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Mini Corn on the Cob Bites

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Mini Corn on the Cob Bites

Turn your Thanksgiving table into a little feast of FUN! These finger-sized "corn on the cobs" are so easy to make and totally a treat to eat!

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  • Prep Time 15 min
  • Total Time 30 min
  • Servings 24

10 Super Fun Kiddy Appetizers  

As prepared by Cheeky Kitchen

10 fun appetizer ideas for kiddies that'll make the grown ups wanna sit at the kids table!


Hey, appetizers aren't just for adults! Let the kids in on the action with snacks and giggles made with them in mind. Here are 10 apps that'll ward off the hunger pangs with fun foods made just for the li'l folks.

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1.  Mini Corn on the Cob Bites (featured recipe)


Kix Snacks Corn on the Cob

An all-new Tablespoon exclusive recipe! Turn a box of Kix cereal and Fruit-Roll Ups into these ridiculously easy and totally adorable one-bite corn-on-the-cob treats.

Corn on the Cob Snacks Made with Kix Cereal

2. Peanut Butter Turkey Bites


Peanut Butter Turkey Bites Recipe

 

An all-new Tablespoon exclusive recipe! Peanut butter balls become tasty truffles in these easy as can be kiddie apps! 

3. Penguin Appetizers


Penguin Appetizers for Kids

Everyone at the table will want more of these teeny-tiny penguins! All you need are olives, carrots, and a bit of cream cheese to get the party started!

4. Pizza Deviled Eggs


 

Deviled Pizza Eggs Recipe

Got a picky eater who would rather have pizza than a homecooked Thanksgiving feast? Now they can have their pizza and eat it too with these scrumptious Pizza Devilled Eggs.

5. Fruit Dip


 

Fruit Dip for Kids

Serve up something light and healthy before all of those hearty mashed potatoes and gravy and marshmallow-topped sweet potatoes stick to your kiddos ribs! This simple and fresh fruit dip is as kid-friendly as appetizers come.

6. Meatball Pops


 

Meatball Pops Recipe

What's more fun than eating stuff stuffed with stuff? Well, these mini meatball pops, that's what! This recipe is easy to pull together, and kids of all ages will be delighted to enjoy biting into these surprising Meatball pops!

7. Chex Pumpkin Pie Crunch Mix


 

Pumpkin Pie Chex Mix Recipe

Looking for a make-ahead appetizer that your kids can really dig their hands into? Try pulling together a batch of this easy Pumpkin Pie Crunch mix for the ultimate pre-Thanksgiving meal snack!

8. Donut Hole Pops


 

Donut Hole Pops Recipe

Turkeys and acorns and donuts… oh my! Stick a donut hole on a stick, decorate it with a few basic ingredients, and you've got a fun little sweet that kicks off Thanksgiving with some serious personality.

9. Appetizer Pinwheels


Appetizer Pinwheels for Kids

Appetizers that look like cookies and taste like paradise are so hard to come by. Which is why you 'd best nab this recipe and serve it to your kids. Isn't it high time they learn the flavor of Utopia? And to think! All you needed was a batch of these cute little appetizers.

10. Mini Crescent Dogs


Mini Crescent Dogs Recipe

The one. The only. The proverbial fave. Gotta have 'em!

More Thanksgiving Fun for Kids on Tablespoon!



 

 
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Mini Corn on the Cob Bites

Ingredients

6
Fruit Roll-Ups (green & blue)
2 1/2
cups KIX cereal
4
tablespoons butter
15
large marshmallows

Directions

  • 1 Use a pair of sharp scissors to cut the Fruit Roll-Ups into 1 1/2-inch triangles. The triangles should be tall, long, and skinny. They're going to become the husks of your corn, so you'll want to unroll them (leaving the plastic on one side of the Fruit Roll-Up) and slice them into leaf-like pieces. They don't have to be perfect!
  • 2 In a large, nonstick skillet, melt the butter and add the marshmallows. Stir over medium heat until melted. Add the KIX cereal. Allow to cool just slightly.
  • 3 Wet your fingers with just a bit of cold water.
  • 4 Working quickly, press together a golf-ball sized amount of KIX together, the roll them into cob-shaped ovals.
  • 5 Remove the plastic from the backs of two of your pieces of Fruit Roll-Up, gentle press the triangles on to the bottom sides of the corn cob. Continue until all corn cobs have been assembled. Serve and enjoy!
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