Celery sticks with peanut butter, grapes and blueberries on top.

Silly Celery Critters

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Silly Celery Critters are far superior to Ants on a Log. Just sayin’.

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INGREDIENTS

3-4 celery stalks
2 tablespoons Justin’s Nut Butter (any flavor)
3-4 whole cashews
Grapes
Blueberries
Candy eyeballs

DIRECTIONS

1. Spread nut butter evenly into the center of each celery stalk. 

2. Place grapes or blueberries on top of the nut butter to create the “body”.

3. Use a tiny bit of nut butter to glue the candy eyes on a cashew and place on the end of the celery stalk. Enjoy!

INGREDIENTS

3-4 celery stalks
2 tablespoons Justin’s Nut Butter (any flavor)
3-4 whole cashews
Grapes
Blueberries
Candy eyeballs

DIRECTIONS

1. Spread nut butter evenly into the center of each celery stalk. 

2. Place grapes or blueberries on top of the nut butter to create the “body”.

3. Use a tiny bit of nut butter to glue the candy eyes on a cashew and place on the end of the celery stalk. Enjoy!

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