Multiple-Choice Snacks
    Footnotes

    “Multiple-Choice Snacks,” Friend, Sept. 2011, 29

    Kitchen Crafts

    Multiple-Choice Snacks

    Remember to ask an adult for help when you make a Kitchen Crafts recipe!

    Drop your backpack, wash your hands, and have fun creating an after-school snack. Cut out the food circle and the spinner, and glue them to heavy paper or cardboard. Place the circle on top of an old magazine or newspaper, and then use a push pin or thumbtack to attach the spinner to the center of the food circle. Spin first to choose the type of bread (inner circle), then spin to choose the spread (middle circle), then spin a third time to choose the topping (outer circle). There are 108 possible combinations!

    food choices wheel

    Food photographs by John Luke