Get Kids to Eat By Turning Food into Art. Get Inspired!

Promote creativity and a love for the kitchen with food art for kids! They'll love these cute ideas. A fun food craft for kids and parents.Creating Food Art with Your Kids

I acquired a lovely marble cutting board recently and I decided to put it to use by preparing some fun animal-related food shots. If you have kids, you love animals or you just love making art with food, you will love these creations.

Food art is a great way to have fun in the kitchen with your kids and to get them to try and enjoy new fruits and other types of foods. It’s also a great way to express creativity and individuality.

 

In addition to the turtles in the title picture, I also have a created the Mother Bear and Cub below

What You Need: Blueberries, bananas, rice cakes and peanut or other nut butter.

As well as the Lion Cub frolicking in the tall grass.

Find our favorite nut butters here.

 

 

 

What you need: Oatmeal, orange slices, banana slices, chocolate chips and parsley.

Oatmeal lion cub.His nose is actually 1/2 of a Ferrero Rocher. You can also try cacao nibs for a healthier alternative to chocolate chips.

Hope you guys enjoyed these, give them a shot at home!

We love these steel cut oats for this.

 

Get In the Kitchen With Your Kids with these Other Great Ideas:

Check out all of Andy’s contributions and his blog for more food art!

Promote creativity and a love for the kitchen with food art for kids! They'll love these cute ideas. A fun food craft for kids and parents.

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