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The Cat in the Hat Treats

March 2nd is Dr. Suess's Birthday and I wanted to celebrate with some Cat in the Hat Treats! These were so fun and easy to make that anyone can make them!

Today is March 2nd which means that it is Dr. Suess’s Birthday! I grew up reading Dr. Seuss Books and so did my son! Dr. Suess was actually a big part of him learning how to read. Once Jaiden got the reading thing down he was always wanting to read Dr. Seuss Books! In light of the special day I wanted to make some goodies to celebrate. I grabbed my Cat in the Hat book and whipped up some Cat in the Hat Treats !

These Cat in the Hat Treats are so easy to make and I know you all can make them too! Plus, I have to admit, they were pretty delicious!

 March 2nd is Dr. Suess's Birthday and I wanted to celebrate with some Cat in the Hat Treats! These were so fun and easy to make that anyone can make them!

Dr. Suess is someone we all know and love. We’ve sat in the chairs while we read the books to our little ones and watched their eyes grow big. I wanted to find a way to celebrate Dr. Suess’s birthday and I thought some Cat in the Hat Treats were in order.

March 2nd is Dr. Suess's Birthday and I wanted to celebrate with some Cat in the Hat Treats! These were so fun and easy to make that anyone can make them!

These treats are so easy to make that you can have your children line up and make their own! They are so easy and so much fun make. The best part about making these Cat in the Hat treats with your little, is the everlasting memories you will be creating and at the end of the day, that is one of the most important thing!

March 2nd is Dr. Suess's Birthday and I wanted to celebrate with some Cat in the Hat Treats! These were so fun and easy to make that anyone can make them!

Go and get your little’s, sit back and enjoy Cat in the Hat. This classic book is always worth the read! Take a moment to enjoy the time together. Remember, they don’t stay little forever and before you know it, they are going to be too big for cuddles and Dr. Suess. Sadly, as much as we don’t want them to grow, it’s something they must do.

March 2nd is Dr. Suess's Birthday and I wanted to celebrate with some Cat in the Hat Treats! These were so fun and easy to make that anyone can make them!

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Supplies Needed

Wilton(R) 8 Inch Cookie Sticks
Wilton 609-1192 Black Food Writer Edible Ink Markers (2-Pack)
Jumbo Marshmallows
Banana’s
Strawberries

March 2nd is Dr. Suess's Birthday and I wanted to celebrate with some Cat in the Hat Treats! These were so fun and easy to make that anyone can make them!

How to make The Cat in the Hat Treats

First thing to do is slice up your banana’s and strawberries. Once you have that done, put aside and wash your hands. Grab those marshmallows and start drawing on their faces. That was the fun part! Once your faces are drawn on all you have to do is put them on the stick. Start with the marshmallow and the top of the candy stick. Layer your Banana’s and Strawberries and you got yourself Cat in the Hat treats!

 March 2nd is Dr. Suess's Birthday and I wanted to celebrate with some Cat in the Hat Treats! These were so fun and easy to make that anyone can make them!

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  • Reply AnnMarie John

    I am LOVING these treats and I just know that Madison would love them too. She loves marshmallows, bananas AND strawberries. All her favorite food items are here and the best part is that she also love the book.

    March 3, 2017 at 6:28 am
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