When you think of kid’s parties, sushi is not usually what comes to mind. Here is a great recipe that will surely be a hit at your next kids party.
Cut chunks of cantaloupe
Cucumber: Use vegetable peeler to peel long thin slices
Wrap cucumber slices around cantaloupe and secure with toothpick
Sprinkle with coconut (or other form of sprinkle you desire)
Slice bananas into chunks
Use fruit leather (the kind you find in the produce section, where they don’t add any sugar)
Wrap fruit leather around banana
Sprinkle with coconut
Not only do they look delicious, but your kids will have loads of fun helping you make these healthier alternative treats.
Here is a great and healthier alternative Halloween snack to try and make with your kids.
apples, cut into slices (as shown in picture)
sunflower seeds, shelled
fruit preserves (raspberry, or another preferred flavour)
Cut the apple into slices. It helps if the inside edge is a little bit flat so that the apple wedges can stand up on the plate. Note: I recommend spritzing the apple slices with a little bit of lemon juice to prevent browning.
Push sunflower seeds into the apple slices, around the edge near the peel. This creates the teeth.
Put a small spoonful of jelly in between the two slices of apple and spread it out. Then gently close the mouth onto the jelly.
For those who like a little something more, here are other alternative suggestions.
Here’s a great idea that will excite any child.
Just follow the images below to make your very own Minions.
All you’ll need:
12 large marshmallows
2 cups yellow candy melts
3 blue Fruit-Rollups
1 tube Betty Crocker Black Icing, fitted with writers tip
24 small or large candy eyeballs
needed: sucker sticks
Melt candy melts in a microwave-safe bowl, according to package directions.
Dip one end of the sucker sticks into the candy melt. Press sucker sticks into marshmallows, and allow candy melt to cool.
Dip entire marshmallow into the candy melt, until fully coated. Press the bottom of the sucker stick into a piece of styrofoam, allow candy melt to cool completely.
Slice fruit rollups into 1/2 inch strips. Press strip around the bottom portion of the marshmallow to create blue overalls for your minions.
Pipe a big, black circle (or two smaller black circles) onto each marshmallow. Press a candy eyeball (or two candy eyeballs) into the icing.
Pipe a thin, black line from one side of the eyeball, around the back of the marshmallow, until it touches the other side of the eyeballs to create goggle lines.
Allow icing to harden completely. Share!
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Need something fun, tasty and different for your next birthday party? Why not make yourself some mini Nutella cheesecakes that will be a hit at any party, for kids of all ages.
250g packet of Oreos
50g unsalted butter – melted
1 teaspoon of vanilla essence
500g cream cheese
3/4 cup of icing sugar
150ml thickened cream
1 x 400g jar of Nutella
10 x mini cups (or baby jars)
Process the Oreos, combine with the melted butter then evenly divide the mixture into the base of the baby jars.
Beat the softened cream cheese and icing sugar until light and fluffy, add the vanilla, cream and Nutella and beat until well combined.
Place in a freezer bag, cut off one corner and use this as a piping bag to fill your jars with Nutella goodness.
Refrigerate and serve cold with a wedge of an Oreo on top.
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A birthday is not complete without the grand finale of a birthday cake to be eaten by all. Here are some great ideas that may help you with your next birthday project. Source: mumtastic.com.au
You may think it’s difficult, but to create yourself a number cake is actually quite simple. Here is how you do it.
What you need:
Double layer sponge cake
Double layer slab cake