Made by Me: Kid-Friendly Fruit Art

By Naturally Savvy Recipes

Inspire your kids to be creative - and healthy at the same time! These excellent edible art ideas are a great way to get kids excited about eating healthy and keep their young minds active and nourished. Let us know what culinary creations your little ones were inspired to create!

Kid-Friendly Fruit Art

Apple Turtle
1 apple

Cut the apple in half. Sprinkle with a bit of lemon juice to prevent browning. Save the seeds. Attach grapes to toothpicks and have an adult help you attach them to each half of the apple where feet would be on a turtle. Also, attach a grape for the head. You can use some of the seeds from the apple to create eye by pushing them into the grapes.

Apple Heart
1 apple

In the side of an apple carve out your shape using the end of a carrot peeler or a small spoon. Sprinkle cinnamon into the carved shape.


By Naturally Savvy Recipes| July 29, 2016
Categories:  Recipes
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