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In need of snacks to take with you while you and your family are on-the-go this summer? Look no further than this freezer AND kid friendly list!

In need of snacks to take with you while you and your family are on-the-go this summer? Look no further than this freezer AND kid friendly list!

Homemade Peanut Butter Cups ~ these easy, all-natural peanut butter cups whip up with just three ingredients! | FiveHeartHome.com

Homemade Peanut Butter Cups ~ these easy, all-natural peanut butter cups whip up with just three ingredients! | FiveHeartHome.com

These homemade Reese's Peanut Butter Cups are a favorite in our family and they are SO EASY. They taste just like the real thing!

These homemade Reese's Peanut Butter Cups are a favorite in our family and they are SO EASY. They taste just like the real thing!

This is the ticket to your very own hot garlic sauce, and now you can make Sriracha feel jealous. If needed, cool it down with white vinegar and transform your meal with some spice.

This is the ticket to your very own hot garlic sauce, and now you can make Sriracha feel jealous. If needed, cool it down with white vinegar and transform your meal with some spice.

A local mum wanted smart ways to style her Trolls party so here are some gorgeous ways to style your kid's a magical trolls birthday party.

A local mum wanted smart ways to style her Trolls party so here are some gorgeous ways to style your kid's a magical trolls birthday party.

Not quite so healthy, but this 'Fairy Bread' is a great idea for a children's party! A tradition from Australia and New Zealand, it's ultra-simple to prepare - and looks irresistible!   Just spread butter or margarine onto the bread, then sprinkle hundreds and thousands - or whatever you choose - on top. They're particularly effective rolled into pinwheels like this, but simply cutting the colourful bread into quarters looks pretty too!

Not quite so healthy, but this 'Fairy Bread' is a great idea for a children's party! A tradition from Australia and New Zealand, it's ultra-simple to prepare - and looks irresistible! Just spread butter or margarine onto the bread, then sprinkle hundreds and thousands - or whatever you choose - on top. They're particularly effective rolled into pinwheels like this, but simply cutting the colourful bread into quarters looks pretty too!