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Craft Project - Handy Man Snack Box
by Wen Zientek-Sico

We know it is kind of sexist to label any food as "guy food", but this collection of recipes have been tested on a group of very happy men who pronounced them to be "manly" enough to be given in a toolbox.


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Handy Man Snack Box

Make your favorite handy guy this fun collection of snacks and treats that he will love. Pack the treats in a new carpenter's box, toolbox, or any other convenient container. These "guy" treats are all easy to make and are fun projects for kids to help with in the kitchen.

1 toolbox or other large container

Clear plastic treat bags

Toolbox Candy Sampler

X's and O's Snack Mix

Orange-Cinnamon Snack Mix

Chewy Mini-Chippers

Baseball Cookies

Clean the toolbox or other container thoroughly. The food won't be touching the container directly, but you don't want it to be icky or smelly either. Take the treat bags and fill them with as many of the different ingredients as your container will hold, with one type of item per bag. Arrange the bags in the container so that the items cannot tip over and spill out. Store in a cool, dry place safe from snackers and pets until you are ready to give the gift.

Project Developed, Styled, and Photographed by Wen Zientek-Sico.




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