3 Easy Do-able Kids Snacks

School holidays have arrived.  Again.  So I thought I would get my thinking cap on about how to feed my brood during the day, when all they seem to do these days at home is snack!  

Here are three easy, healthy ideas that are achievable for week one of the school holidays at least...


So easy, you could probably start making them right now.  All you need is:

2-3 Kiwis, peeled and sliced
1 pkg Fresh Strawberries, sliced
2-3 Tangerine Oranges, peeled and sliced
1 pkg Fresh Blueberries
Coconut Water
Popsicle Mold

Check out Foodie Fun for more details




I love that this little snack is so healthy that the little ones won't even know it!  Don't forget to dip your apples in lemon juice to prevent them from browing if you are preparing ahead of time.

Full details at Paleo Eats and Treats



Greek yogurt (different flavored greek yogurt works a treat) and a zip lock bag is all you need for this one.  See..... easy!

Full details at Lady Behind the Curtains

March 29, 2017 by Little Me Little You

Foil Confetti Easter Eggs

We spotted these fun Easter Eggs a while back on StudioDIY.com.  Sparkly, preety and so easy to make.  All you need is 

  • Eggs, Hard-boiled or Hollowed Out
  • Craft Paint
  • Paint Brushes
  • Drying Rack (Optional, but makes life so easy!)
  • Decoupage Glue/Mod Podge
  • Foil Confetti

Head on over to StudioDIY.com for all the details.



March 27, 2017 by Little Me Little You

Easter Egg Hunt for Toddlers

If you have little ones that would love to be included in an Easter Egg hunt, then this idea is perfect for them.  

Simply tie Easter Eggs (chocolate or even plastic eggs filled with treats) at the end of a balloon string and scatter them around.  

Little eyes and hands won't miss the  balloons, so they get an opportunity to 'hunt' for eggs too.  No missing out on any excitement!  

If you have older children participating, don't forge to let them know the balloon landmarks are for the little ones, whilst they look for eggs without balloons attached.

See the full tutorial at Celebrations At Home blog.


March 21, 2017 by Little Me Little You

Mini Frozen Chocolate Bananas

Summer is almost here, and it's always a bit of a struggle trying to find a healthy frozen treat from the little ones.  

Here's one we found at shelikesfood.com and we just had to share.  All you need is:

  • 3-4 medium sized bananas
  • 1 cup chocolate chips
  • ⅔ cup chopped almonds

Head on over here for the full details.  


November 28, 2016 by Little Me Little You

DIY Cardboard Dinosaurs

These little dinosaurs are SO cute and easy to make.  We found these over at Fantasy Kids .  We love this so much because it's a certainty that you have all the essentials required for this activity at home.

All you need is a toilet paper roll, scissors a pen and some paint/pencils.

Here is Mr Diplodocus



And how cute is this triceratops!


If you need a little bit of extra help with the dinosaur shapes, Fantasy Kids have a handy template on their blog.


September 21, 2016 by Little Me Little You

Half painted walls

Our Pinterest and Instagram feed has been seeing beautiful images of half painted walls lately, and we are digging it.

We love the look of a half painted wall.  

They bring liveliness and a little bit of playfulness to what could be seen as a dull room, which means they are perfect for kids rooms!  Here are a few of our favorites.










July 18, 2016 by Little Me Little You

Mini Cheese and Bacon Quiches



We love quick and easy recipes for little hands and mouths.  These mini quiches are so easy to prepare - all you need is 25 minutes and some basic ingredients that you probably already have in the fridge!  Beat the little hunger tantrums, carry them with you on little trips, or use as a great alternative to sandwiches in your littleies lunch boxes.

We found this recipe over at The Organised Housewife (because she keeps us organised and sane!)

  • 4 sheets puff pastry, thawed
  • 1 teaspoon oil
  • 4 rashers bacon
  • ½ onion, finely chopped
  • 1 cup tasty cheese, grated
  • 4 eggs
  • ½ cup milk


  1. Preheat oven to 180C
  2. Spray a 24 hole mini muffin tin with cooking spray
  3. Place oil in small frying pan over medium heat
  4. Cook bacon and onion until bacon has browned, allow to cool
  5. Using a 2⅝” circle shaped cutter cut out 24 rounds of pastry
  6. Place pastry in each muffin hole
  7. Place a small spoonful of bacon and onion mixture into each hole
  8. Sprinkle with pinch of cheese
  9. Whisk milk and eggs together in a jug
  10. Pour egg mixture into pastry cases just below the top (allowing room for egg mixture to rise)
  11. Bake for 12-15 minutes or until browned on top



July 15, 2016 by Little Me Little You

DIY Pom Pom Balloons

We love discovering easy DIY decorations.  Especially when they are THIS easy!

We found these Pom Pom  balloons over at The Land of Nod Blog and we just HAD to share them with you.

All you need to create these are 

  • Helium grade latex balloons
  • Small pom poms
  • Hot glue (and a glue gun!)

Instructions?  It's as easy as putting a small dab of hot glue on a pom-pom and sticking it on the balloon! 


July 11, 2016 by Little Me Little You

Beautiful Educational Posters



We are so excited to welcome We Are Squared to Little Me Little You!  

Their theory is that learning should be celebrated, not hidden.

This is why they created a series of charts that could be proudly hung in a child’s room, playroom or classroom. The minimalist designs are a beautiful addition to any home and will help engage your little learners with good design. 

We hope you and your little ones love them just as much as we do!  Shop the range here.

June 02, 2016 by Little Me Little You

DIY Fruit Fans


It is officially Winter in Australia, and I am in denial.  Yep, still dreaming about Summer.  

Here is a cute little craft for the little ones that will have you feeling like Summer.  

Head on over to A Girl and A Glue Gun for full details on how to make your own!


June 01, 2016 by Little Me Little You