10 The Snail: Mr. Clementine
When it comes to getting your kids to eat their fruits and veggies, it can turn into quite the tug of war. Whether it’s hiding a banana in their Nutella sandwich or simply telling them the classic “ because I said so”, moms have long waited the day where their children will happily eat their fruits and veggies.
Here is a list of our favorite ways to turn icky fruits and veggies into adorable characters your little one can’t wait to eat.
Grab yourself a sharpie and draw the face of your choice. A boring clementine turns into a friendly snail.
9 Friendly Bear
Add some peanut butter, raisins, a few slices of banana, and you’re good to go. Your kid will have the most adorable breakfast on the block. You can even use whole wheat bread for this one.
8 Butterfly Snacks
You’ll need clothespins, pipe cleaners, Ziploc bags, and the healthy snacks of your choice. If you want to prepare these for the week’s lunches, you can make an arts and crafts day out of it and have your kid(s) help you with the preparation.
7 Apple Owl
Slice an apple in half, grab two chocolate chips, two marshmallows and one pretzel for the branch, and you’ll have created a nutritious nighttime friend.
6 Bunny Toast
A sweet little bunny made from a slice of toast for her face, a banana for her ears, cherries for her necklace and a strawberry for her hair clip. What’s not to love?
5 Orange Fish
Orange fishes with blueberry bubbles.
4 An Egg and her Chickies
Simple way to make hard-boiled eggs fun.
3 Happy Fruit Peacock
A fruit infused PEARcock, made with grapes, blueberries, and a carrot.
2 Cauliflower Lamb
A healthy lamb friend made out of cauliflower and olives. Put some ranch dip on the side, and your little one will be gobbling their veggies like never before.
1 Strawberry Mice
This simple recipe calls for a couple of rice cakes, strawberries, berry cream cheese (or regular cream cheese), string cheese and a sliced almond for the berry adorable ears.
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