My sweet niece is turning one at the end of this month, and now that she’s ingesting more and more solid foods, I like to keep supply toddler-friendly goods on hand for when she makes her weekly visits to our place. I figure if Aunt Jan has a generous supply of yummy eats available, then surely she’ll never want to stop visiting us.
Perhaps one of the most well-known kiddie foods is the ubiquitous cheesy fish cracker. Slightly salty, with a dissolve-in-your-mouth texture that’s adored by children everywhere, these snacks are just plain fun. They’re perfectly sized and cut in a fun shape, and I can totally understand their mass appeal.
Luckily for us, they are also easily made at home. Using no more than four ingredients plus seasonings, the homemade variety tastes very similar to its store bought counterpart. Only these ones are made with whole-grain flour, real cheddar cheese and the shapes can be changed according to the season or occasion.
To see the full printable recipe, click here: Cheddar Cheese Snowman Crackers