Warm-sun filled days, cool night-time air, cozy moments spent in the backyard sipping on sweet tea — what isn’t there to love about summer? In our house we-prefer the warmer weather, making this season a national favorite. This is the time of year to gather, talk, share stories, and laugh. Which is why this is the best time to share our Tips For Throwing A Summer Friendsgiving For Your Kids and a Weight Watchers 3 Point Pumpkin Muffin Recipe.
But this sense of deep gratitude does not have to be exclusive to adults.
Your little ones can get involved too.
With our Tips For Throwing A Summer Friendsgiving For Your Kids and a Weight Watchers 3 Point Pumpkin Muffin Recipe, you can help your kids make this seasonal Gratitude feeling a year-around feeling. Not sure where to start? Consider the following ideas to host an unforgettable gathering for your children.
Tips For Throwing A Summer Friendsgiving For Your Kids and a Weight Watchers 3 Point Pumpkin Muffin Recipe.
Painted Pumpkin Centerpieces The best kid’s parties have engaging crafts, and this ones takes the kids’ creations and makes them the decor. Provide small pumpkins and paint, encouraging each child to paint their pumpkin as creatively as they wish. This craft, or other seasonal crafts can help set the mood of the party.
Seasonal Sweets While you may not choose to bake a series of pies for this gathering, there are plenty of desserts that your kids will love. Rice treats, cookies, muffins, and sweet drinks can all be yummy additions to any meal.
We love this Recipe for Pumpkin Muffins- which happen to be just 3 points each on the Weight Watchers Freestyle Plan
Tips For Throwing A Summer Friendsgiving For Your Kids and a Weight Watchers 3 Point Pumpkin Muffin Recipe
15 oz pumpkin puree 0 Points
1⁄2cup (s)water 0 Points
10 servings Betty Crocker Super Moist Butter recipe yellow cake mix (serves 10) 73 Points
Preheat oven to 350*.
Mix all ingredients together.
Put batter into cupcake pan and fill each till 2/3 full.
Bake in oven 22 -26 minutes.
READY IN: 31mins
Makes 24 muffins
As the children are gathered around the table, open a discussion about friendship and gratitude. This is a prime opportunity to instill these values in your kids and their friends. And by getting this started, they will have many Friendsgiving gatherings in the years to come.
Mini Menu Planning When it comes to the food, ask your child to help you with the planning. Their friends might also have ideas, so encourage contributions. And of course, keep the food simple and kid-friendly.
Gratitude Chalkboard Set up a large chalkboard with chalk and encourage each child to write what they are grateful for on the board. The children might start discussing what they wrote and why. If the atmosphere encourages it, ask the children about their additions.