cucumber. It’s usually a kid pleaser!
a fresh-crisp flavor, and crunch.
even though we use only 2 in the recipe.
Pumpernickel bread is a great choice.
Owls are not white, so brown bread is a must!
whole grain. (FYI – not just with the
label of “made with whole grains”
peanut butter, cream cheese, turkey and cheese, cheese only, tuna salad
nose: cheese, bell pepper, cantaloupe
“cut in half”…literally, Use one slice
of bread and cut in half, to make 2 individual slices if you need a smaller
version for a very young child or at snack time.)
Make sandwich by
adding the filling. Cut tall triangles
off the longest side of bread (these will be the wings, slightly
detached.) Kids can place/spread these
ingredients on the bread.
Kids can cut
cucumbers with a plastic lettuce knife.
Place 2 cucumber
slices for the eyes and 2 raisins for the pupils. Put triangle nose on. To make the tree: Place 7 cucumber slices in
a circle. Place pretzel or carrot sticks
as the trunk.
Enjoy your Fall snack
circle representing the branches and leaves of the trees, alternating colors.
the bottom for the trunk.
include with all my recipes. I hope it provides
you with more help on how to feed your children nutritious, fun, and great
it more kid-friendly for your child, or to use what you already have on hand. Sub dried cranberries, blueberries for
raisins. Sub peanut butter, turkey, or
cream cheese for the grilled cheese.
Kids love creating animals with foods!