Graham Cracker Notebook Treats


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Transform plain old graham crackers into an A+ snack. Create these graham cracker notebook treats for school events, back to school, Teacher Appreciation Day, or just for fun any day.

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Check out this sweet treat that you can make up in just minutes!  Honestly, this one is so simple, you could even let the kids try to make their own.

What’s more symbolic of school than a lined piece of notebook paper? I have plenty of memories of stocking up on notebooks and binders with PLENTY of filler paper.

These graham cracker notebook treats would be the perfect way to celebrate the first day of school. Or the last day of school. Or a random Tuesday.

Graham Cracker Notebook Page Supplies

You won’t need a lot of supplies for these cute snacks!

notebook crackers supplies

Time to Make the Treats!

Graham Cracker Notebook Treats

Fun school-themed treats that take minimal effort!
Prep Time30 mins
Course: Dessert, Snack
Cuisine: American
Keyword: school, teacher
Servings: 10

Equipment

  • piping bags

Ingredients

  • 10 graham crackers
  • red candy melts
  • blue candy melts
  • brown candy melts
  • white frosting

Instructions

  • Lay out graham crackers on your workspace.
  • Spread vanilla frosting over each cracker.
    Frosted graham crackers
  • For the following steps, melt the candy melts one at a time according to the directions on the package. Work with one color at a time.
  • Pipe a single red line down the entire left hand side of each cracker.
    frosted crackers red line
  • Pipe blue lines horizontally across the crackers, to mimic writing lines on notebook paper. Add 3 small blue dots (to mimic the holes) along the left hand side.
    Frosted cracker red line blue lines
  • Use the brown candy melts to pipe an A+ (or whatever grade or short message you'd like) at the top of each cracker.
    notebook graham cracker final 2
  • Enjoy immediately or store in an airtight container for up to 3 days.

If you give these treats a try, let me know how they turn out! If you share a picture on social media, tag me – I’d love to see them!


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