Recipes

Bony Fingers

Ingredients: Mozzarella string cheese sticks 1 Tbsp. cream cheese, softened 1 yellow bell pepper, cored and seeded Instructions: Cut string cheese sticks in half. With a paring knife, shape each stick to resemble fingers. Cut an indentation for the fingernails and carve “knuckle wrinkles.” Spread a small amount of cream cheese in each indent. Cut …

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Banana Ghost Pops

Ingredients: Bananas Yogurt Coconut Chocolate chips or raisins Instructions: Peel bananas and lay them flat on a cookie sheet. Place in freezer for a few hours. Once frozen, cut each banana into thirds. Put a toothpick or popsicle stick in one end of each banana. Dip banana into yogurt, making sure it is covered all …

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Edible Eyeballs

Ingredients: Carrots Cream cheese Pitted black olives Instructions: Slice carrots into 1-inch-thick chunks. Top each with a blob of cream cheese and one half of a pitted black olive. Serve and enjoy!   Recipe adapted from: Family Fun Magazine

Tangerine Pumpkins

Ingredients: Tangerines, mandarin oranges or clementines (seedless) Celery stalks and leaves Instructions: Peel tangerines, use your fingernail or a small paring knife to scrape off as much white membranes as possible. Wash, dry and slice celery. Cut 1-2 inch narrow pieces from the tops of the celery and insert into the peeled tangerines. Cut leaves …

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Bean burritos

What you need: 1 cup of cooked brown rice 1 14 oz can kidney, black or pinto beans drained and rinsed 1 cup of corn kernels, canned or frozen ¾ cup of mild salsa 10 flour tortillas (25 cm), warmed 1 ¼ cups of shredded cheddar cheese How to: In a non-stick pan over medium …

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Fruit Kabobs

What you need: Variety of sliced fruit (oranges, apples, melon, grapes, berries, banana, etc) Wooden skewers How to: 1. Take a skewer- poke and slide different types of fruit onto the skewer 2. Enjoy! Submitted by: Play & Discover Early Learning Centre, Regina, SK

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