Fun snack ideas for the Kids’ Choice Awards

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We absolutely love Nickelodeon in this house! My boys especially, but I’ve left it on to watch Victorious {who else?!} long after they are done watching Spongebob Squarepants, Paw Patrol, Dora the Explorer, or The Fairly Odd parents; just to name a few. So, it should come as no surprise that we are so excited to watch the Kids’ Choice Awards this year on March 28th! We also happen to love Capri Sun Roarin’ Waters, which is the official drink for the Kids’ Choice Awards. My kids love them and I have no problem admitting that I still drink Capri Sun to this day. What can I say, they are such a delicious lightly fruit flavored water, and I love that Capri Sun Roarin’ Waters is only thirty calories! That’s a win in my book! This year, I thought it would be fun to make some yummy snacks to eat while we watch the awards. These are all simple, quick, and fun!


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Here is everything you will need to make all of these fun green and orange goodies!
– Capri Sun Roarin’ Waters of course!



{Mini Green popsicles + ice cubes}
– 1 Green apple singles to go packet
– Ice tray with small round circles
– Toothpicks
– Green food coloring

{#1 Award Cookie Pops}
– Sandwich Cookies
– Orange icing
– Cookie pop sticks
– Pearl candy

{Green Jell-o Cups}
– Lime Jell-o
– Crushed sandwich cookies {or cookie of choice}
– Sprinkles
– Jett Puffed Marshmallows
– Cool Whip
– Cherries

Find the instructions on how to make all of these below! They are sure to be a big hit with your kiddos and who are we kidding, with you too!

Mini Green Popsicles and/or Ice Cubes
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A fun way to bring some yummy flavor to your water or a quick and tasty popsicle treat for your kids!
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Prep Time
5 min
Prep Time
5 min
  1. - Cold Water
  2. - Ice tray that has 21 small round spots
  3. - 1 Green Apple Single Serve Packet
  4. - Green Food Coloring
  1. Pour the Green Apple single serve packet into the cold water. Stir until completely dissolved.
  2. Add 1 to 2 drops of green food coloring.
  3. Pour into each ice cube spot.
  4. Place in freezer for 2 to 3 hours or until you are ready to use them: if you are making "mini popsicles" about 30 minutes after you have put them in the freezer, place toothpicks in them.
  5. Enjoy!
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#1 Award Cookie Pops
Enjoy the Kids' Choice Awards with your own delicious #1 Award cookie pops!
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  1. - Sandwich Cookies {or cookie of choice}
  2. - Orange Icing
  3. - Pearl Candy
  4. - Lollipop Sticks
  1. Heat icing in the microwave for about 10 seconds.
  2. Place lollipop sticks in each sandwich cookie.
  3. Cover the sandwich cookie in as much icing as you like, we don't like too much icing so I only put icing on the top of ours.
  4. Make the #1 using green pearls and white pearls.
  5. Dig in!
Beauty and The Boys
Green Jell-o Cups
Create a yummy Green Jell-O cups "bar" that your kids are sure to love!
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  1. - Lime Jell-O
  2. - Cool Whip
  3. - Crushed oreo cookies {or cookie of choice}
  4. - Marshmallows
  5. - Pearl candy
  6. - Cherries
  1. Make the lime Jell-O according to the package directions.
  2. Scoop Jell-O into cups.
  3. Add whatever toppings you like!
  4. Enjoy!
Beauty and The Boys
Do y’all watch the Kids’ Choice Awards? What is your little one{s} favorite Nickelodeon shows?

{You can find the Capri Sun Roarin’ Waters on the Juice aisle at Walmart! Be sure to look for the special Kids’ Choice Awards Capri Sun Roarin’ Waters display!}

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