Baseball season is upon us, which means practices, games and game day snacks. Below are some baseball team snack ideas that are sure to be a huge hit!
This will be our first baseball season with Jack, our youngest. Jack’s playing t-ball this year, and as an added bonus my husband is the assistant manager (coach). I feel like this is one of those dad moments he’s always dreamed of and it’s definitely a happy mom moment for me! My heart melts every time I see my two guys out on the field.
Growing up, baseball was a pretty big deal in our family! My little brother played year-round, so I learned a few valuable lessons.
Always bring something comfortable to sit on, wear a hat and lots of sunscreen, and ALWAYS bring an awesome game day snack when it’s your turn! Especially in the early years, snack is sometimes the highlight for the little guys!
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Baseball Team Snack Ideas
When it was time to go shopping for the team snack, Jack and I headed to Target. Jack is always very opinionated when it comes to snacks, and he had a very clear vision of what a baseball player should eat!
What’s Jack’s idea of what a baseball player eats? Cracker Jacks, Beef Jerky, Cuties, Gatorade and Bubble Gum.
I was able to find everything I needed at Target minus the Cracker Jacks. Cracker Jacks are surprisingly hard to find, but I ended up finding 3 boxes for a $1 at none other than the Dollar Tree!
To package everything up, I picked up small paper bags with handles.
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I like to use bags with handles because after a game, everyone’s hands are always full with baseball helmets, bats, and gloves. The bags with handles make it easy for the players to carry their snacks while still helping to carry their equipment.
To add some cuteness to the bags, I attached a printable baseball tag, added some ribbon using the team colors and drew a home plate and each player’s name using a Sharpie.
I printed the tags onto card stock and punched a hole in the top to attach them to the bags with ribbon. You could also tape or glue the tags right onto the bags if you don’t plan on adding ribbon.
To download your own printable baseball tags, just let me know below where to send the file, and I’ll email you the free printable!
FREE PRINTABLE BASEBALL TEAM SNACK TAGS
Good luck this season!