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Spinach, Feta & Garlic Pesto Flat Bread

Sunday, March 16, 2014

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Though a thin crust may seem like just a vehicle for the toppings, this flat bread {flavored with spinach, garlic and feta} is actually very tasty on its own or as a simple cheese and/or pesto breadstick. For my St. Patrick's Day flat bread, I had fun using shamrock and other festive {green} toppings.

Owl Always Love You French Toast

Saturday, February 1, 2014

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When I saw this "owl egg shaper" on Pinterest I couldn't resist making a version of my own. My oldest son got a hoot out of his breakfast and I loved playing with food to create an easy, edible art snack that doesn’t involve sugary sweets.

Watermelon Cake

Monday, May 13, 2013

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This watermelon {cake} is a fun twist on fruit salad and makes a great healthy dessert or snack and beautiful centerpiece for any party or function. Use your favorite fruits or whatever is in season to decorate the watermelon.

St. Patrick’s Day Jelly Roll Cake

Wednesday, March 13, 2013

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Amidst the checkout chaos of paying for groceries with my 4 and almost 2-year olds, I started envisioning a naturally-dyed green jelly roll cake in the shape of a shamrock. And voilà! Here we are a few days before St. Patrick's Day and my brainstorm image has come to life. You can enjoy your jelly roll in individual slices or arrange three slices per plate to make a festive St. Paddy's shamrock.

Mr. Baked Potato Heads

Friday, January 11, 2013

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Dress up your baked potato (or sweet potato/yam) with an assortment of veggies to make an edible Mr. {Baked} Potato Head. This edible art project is fun for all ages and allows kids to play with healthy foods.

Edible Train Landscape

Monday, September 10, 2012

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My son's 1st train birthday party seems like so long ago now but the edible landscape idea is perfect for back to school and it makes eating healthy snacks fun for your kiddos all year. Depending on the age of your kids, they may even like to help create the scene before eating it!

Train Toast

Wednesday, June 13, 2012

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One morning I was playing around with my son's toast and the next thing I knew it had transformed itself into a train. Spread the train toast with your choice of jams, nut butters, Nutella, etc. Make the train as long as you'd like and fill the train cars with different fruits and other toppings.

Easter Egg Quesadillas

Sunday, April 1, 2012

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Dress up your everyday quesadillas (or sandwiches) by cutting them into Easter egg shapes and letting your kids decorate them. My son has just as much fun decorating healthy food as he does cupcakes and sugar cookies. And it's just one more way to make healthier fare fun and festive.

Edible Art: Snowman Snacks

Monday, January 16, 2012

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Make snowmen out of peanut butter snack balls for an easy, healthy and fun snack that will give your kids the energy they need to play all day in the snow.

Making Gingerbread Houses

Friday, January 13, 2012

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Making gingerbread houses definitely takes more time than buying the pre-made kits but it allows you to customize the design. And if you're planning to eat the house, the homemade gingerbread and buttercream frosting taste a lot better than packaged store-bought kinds, too!

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