Paid PostPosted on Aug 22, 201619 Impossibly Cute Treats You Can Make For Your Kid And Their ClassmatesAs we say, "panza llena, corazón contento." Carry impossibly cute school treats in impossibly cute lunchboxes! You can find them at Target. ;)by by TargetBrand Publisher, by TargetBrand PublisherFacebookPinterestTwitterMailLink 1. These wonderfully scholarly treats: Courtesy of The Simple Parent / Via thesimpleparent.com Uh, yeah, math sure looks more appealing in treat form! Here's how to make 'em. 2. This EXTREMELY MAGICAL chocolate bark: Nicole Smith / Via instructables.com We're almost positive our kids would eat broccoli if they were rainbow-themed. But since that has yet to happen, here's this incredible snack. 3. Popcorn with a punch of color and sweetness! Courtesy of I Heart Eating / Via ihearteating.com It's super easy to make. You can just throw handfuls in small bags with colorful ribbons and — voilà! — perfection! Ready for distribution. 4. These adorable fruit kabobs! A Southern Fairy Tale / Via asouthernfairytale.com These are fairly easy to pack, and you can make a few for your kiddo to share with their BFFs. Funny how presentation can make such a different — these baby kabobs are the cutest! 5. These infallibly delicious and simple peanut butter blossoms: Courtesy of Amy Johnson/ She Wears Many Hats / Via shewearsmanyhats.com A small treat that delivers huge smiles! Yummy. 6. These gorgeous sandía sticks! Courtesy of Cooking Classy / Via cookingclassy.com If only our kids ate real fruits with the same eagerness, lol. Check out how to make these here. 7. And for the sports fans, here are some tiny footballs: Courtesy of Amy Johnson/ She Wears Many Hats / Via shewearsmanyhats.com They may be small, but they pack loads of flavor! 8. Yummy baked manzanas! Courtesy of Deliciously Sprinkled / Via deliciouslysprinkled.com This recipe is sooo simple, and a few apples make for a bunch of chips (and yeah, kids sure enjoy apples more in chip form). You can totally get creative with packaging (o si andas como loca, just use resealable bags, lol). 9. OK, OK, these unicorn poop cupcake cones are JUST. TOO. MUCH. Courtesy of Mom Dot / Via momdot.com The hilarious name says it all. These cupcakes will be a classroom favorite and worth spending that extra bit of time cooking — just crank up the Juan Gabriel! 10. The snack that, like Luis Miguel's classic jams, always steals our hearts. Courtesy of I Heart Eating / Via ihearteating.com Venture into the land of delicious to create these fun balls of awesomeness! Six ingredients y listo! 11. These nautical pretzel rods! Courtesy of Sunshine and Hurricanes / Via sunshineandhurricanes.com Oh boy, underwater stuff never tasted so good. Back to school happens in the summer, which makes these extra relevant. 12. Light and fluffly elote muffins. Courtesy of Yummy Healthy Easy / Via yummyhealthyeasy.com A perfectly tiny snack that's easy to prepare! Plus, the texture the elotes give the muffin is just kinda fun to eat. 13. Anything Disney-themed is bound to be a hit, like these cookie pops. Courtesy of Cooking Classy / Via cookingclassy.com Find this adorable recipe here. 14. Nut-free muffinssss. 🎵 🎵 🎵 Courtesy of Living Healthy With Chocolate / Via livinghealthywithchocolate.com For a healthier option that doesn't sacrifice taste, there's these scrumptious blueberry muffins. 15. Can't go wrong with marshmallow pops! Courtesy of Omiyage Blogs / Via omiyageblogs.ca They are almost, *almost* mess-free, too. Learn more about the art of chocolate-dipped marshmallows here. 16. Funfetti doughnuts? Uh, please and thank you! Courtesy of I Heart Eating / Via ihearteating.com The kids will absolutely love them — actually, they are def an option guaranteed to be love at first sight, even for the teacher! Fun fact? They're baked. 17. More nautical-themed snacks, now in cracker form! Courtesy of The First Year Blog / Via thefirstyearblog.com Just when you thought things couldn't get any cuter, here are these BEAUTIFUL under-the-sea graham crackers. Geez. 😍 😍 😍 18. Real cherry cheesecake paletas. Via thecrepesofwrath.com These are ideal if your retoño's classroom is small and he doesn't mind carrying a kid-size ice chest. 19. And last but not least, these lovely unicorns. Courtesy of Sunshine and Hurricanes / Via sunshineandhurricanes.com The kiddos will smile even more than the cookies upon receiving! Mix wafers with cookies and try your hand at icing perfection to make these babies. So cute we could die! Sooo adorable, right? Find adorable lunchboxes and everything else you need to kick off the school year at Target!