By Monkeygirl1628 on July 27, 2002
Photo by * Pamela *
Photo by * Pamela *
"They are so easy, kids will love to make them."
Serving Size: 1 (232 g)
Servings Per Recipe: 1
"i made these a couple months ago when my friends came over..they were very yummy and i used chocolate covered raisins instead and made it even better."
"We made these as a craft at snack time at my son's preschool yesterday. So cute and they kids got a kick out of "eating bugs". They were ages 2 to 5 and EVERYONE tried at least 1 bite which was my goal. Thanks for posting."
"delicious snack that's a childhood favorite"
"These taste good."
"If you read my profile, you will learn that raw celery and I have a hate/hate relationship, and it's pretty much been that way since I was in preschool. Why the 5 stars, you ask? Well, I give this 5 stars because of the creative ways my mom tried to get me to actually EAT it. She would dance the celery around about 1 inch above the table like it had invisible legs of a millipede - part of a non-existent conga line of other vegetables - all the while telling me how yummy it would be and humming some made-up tune. Also, once someone actually persuaded me to try this (probably some boy I had a crush on in kindergarten), it's actually not bad...however, for ME to like this, I have to put SO MUCH peanut butter on it that it really doesn't taste anything like celery anymore. Anyway, this recipe is a classic. Great posting. :)"
"This is a healthy and delicious kids recipe that is fun to make and eat too. Thank you for sharing a classic."
"For a healthier snack, I used fresh ground almond butter. Thank you Monkeygirl!"
"My daughter's all-time FAVORITE snack. I love that I do not feel guilty giving this to her. Healthy, crunchy, a bit savory and sweet. What a fun recipe to post. Thanks for posting!"
"I grew up on this one too and it continues to be one of my very favorite snacks! Your recipe quantities on it are perfect! Sometimes, for an even more accessible treat, I cut the celery stalks into little bite-sized pieces and then top those with peanut butter and one or two raisins before devouring them. Yum! Thank you for the great post!"
"I love this snack!"
"I made these for the first time (can you believe it?) about a month ago! Thanks for the recipe!"
"I was about to post this recipe. What a great childhood memory!"
"This isn't just a kid's treat. Adults love to snack on this, too. It's simple, sweet, and relatively healthy."
"Mmmmm.... i used to make these all the time for my daughter and myself! Sometimes for a late nite snack I would drizzle honey over the top!"
"These are SO not just for kids!! I still enjoy them! They are also delicious with dried cranberries instead of raisins."
"This was one of my favorite snacks as a kid! For a twist try cheese wiz instead of peanut butter of sunflower seeds instead of raisins!"
"My mom made these for us all the time, we just adored them! YOu can also fill celery with cream cheese and top with shredded carrots. Not quite as adorable, but pretty and yummy, too!"
"I made these for my kids lunch. All three of my kids loved this yummy treat. My 7 year old made a second batch all by herself. Thanks for sharing this!"
"Ants on a Log!!! I grew up with these too, very good (I think our mom's knew it was good for us too...sneaky). I havent tried it with the meats of sunflower seeds but I will- thanks for a memory!"
"Ooh! This is one of my favourite snacks too! Incredibly easy and yummy!"