Prep 20 mins
Cook 0 mins
Fun to make and eat! A great protein-filled nutritious snack for kids. Easy to make; fun for the kids to help. My 5 y/o loves them. This recipe is courtesy of Better Homes and Gardens "Kids Snacks" cookbook, 1985. ***Do not feed honey to anyone under the age of 1 years old, due to the possibility of an allergic reaction.
- 1⁄2 cup peanut butter
- 1 tablespoon honey
- 1⁄3 cup non-fat powdered milk
- 2 tablespoons sesame seeds
- 2 tablespoons toasted wheat germ
- unsweetened cocoa powder, for toothpick coating
- 76 almonds, sliced thin
- In a mixing bowl, mix peanut butter and honey.
- Stir in dry milk powder, sesame seed and wheat germ; mix well.
- Lay wax paper on a cookie sheet.
- Using a teaspoon, shape and scoop up 1 tsp of peanut butter mixture into oval shapes, to look like bees.; place on cookie sheet.
- Dip a toothpick into cocoa; press gently across bees to make the stripes.
- Stick 2 almonds slices into each side, for wings.
- Chill in refrigerator for 30 minutes.
i used to make these for my daughter when she was in kindergarten. I lost the recipe i n my many moves since then. She is now going to be 30 years old. I am glad I finally found the recipe again. I will be surprising her with then on her birthday. She has always asked me what I could still make them but I did not have the recipe. I want to thank you so much for making it available
I made these for my daughters kinder class. They are sooo cute and much easier than I had anticipated. They tasted great without being too sweet. I made little flower sandwiches to go with them and it looks very cute. I know the kiddos will love them! This recipe is definitely a keeper!
These were adorable after they were made, and I too had trouble with the wings breaking so I used a tiny screwdriver to make a slight hole then pushed it back together after I got my almond slivers in.They were a hit with my grandkids. Thanks so much Darlene