Christmas goodies for teens?
Hi, I'm relatively new to this forum, but have enjoyed what I have read so far. I need some suggestions please. I volunteer in student services at our high school and would love to take our student "runners" a treat next week when I work. The other lady I volunteer with is planning on bringing the kids cookies, so I would like to do something different. I was even thinking of bagging something up individually so they can take it with them if they're full of cookies and whatever the first shift volunteers bring in. I know the pretzels melted with rolo's are always a hit, and my kids love "puppy chow", but do any of you have any other ideas? I want it to be something they will love!
You might consider going savory instead of sweet--Slim Jims, sausage sticks, cheese & crackers (those little individual packs), boxes of the Ritz sandwich crackers, or providing beverages.
Of course, this is based on my own teenage son--YMMD especially if you are dealing with predominantly girls.
Trail mix using home-made granola, mini M&M's, craisins, pumpkin seeds, cashews
Chocolate covered pretzel rods rolled in sunflower seeds, mini M&M's, chopped cashews or pecans, raisins, sesame seeds
A can of squirt cheese and a bag of pretzels.
On a healthier note, bottles of pomegranate juice.