Fun little breakfast that I made for Dylan! I used a little black food coloring on the frosted mini wheats for faces and then added some blue food coloring to the yogurt!
Caramel Apple Yogurt Bowl for my little guy!
1 Green apple
1 container of fat free vanilla greek yogurt
1tbsp store bought caramel apple dip
Chopped Nut of choice
Cut the top off of the apple and then core it out using a melon baller. Dip the rim into caramel and then into the chopped nuts. Fill with fat free vanilla greek yogurt.
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Say hello to the newest addition to my cookie cutters collection! How ADORABLE are these? I am in full ramp up mode for Dylan’s school lunches when he starts in 1.5 weeks and I came across these on Amazon. I picked up the ‘Animal Friends’ set just to try them out and I will DEFINITELY be getting all of the others now! The set comes with 4 different faces (panda, pig, frog & cat) that you can either cut out or impress into your bread, cheese, meat, etc! The design possibilities are endless and the whole set was less than $10!
You can purchase these HERE on amazon.
I highly encourage you to check them out! They are getting 2 thumbs up from me.
Graham Cracker & Peanut Butter Banana Bites! Quick & simple little ‘finger food’ breakfast for my little guy this morning!
Mix together graham cracker crumbs with peanut butter. Add almond milk slowly until dough is sticky enough to roll into balls. Roll into desired size balls and place on wax paper. Pop in the freezer while you melt the chocolate. Place the chocolate in an unsealed zip lock bag and microwave 20-30 seconds or until melted. Snip off the corner of bag and drizzle over balls, place them back in the freezer for the chocolate to set. Slice the banana and top with graham cracker balls!
Afternoon snack for my little guy! Strawberry & Banana flowers sitting in a rice crispy treat, Nutella & Oreo flower box!
Fun kids afternoon snack made with a celery & peanut butter tree, bread monkey and Cocoa Krispy ground!
Saying that I LOVE caramel apples is an understatement. I wish that I could eat them every day! This 195 calorie version is how I like to trick my brain!
195 calories for both!
2 Caramel Quaker Rice Cakes
1/2 (86grams) Granny Smith Apple
4tbsp (56grams) Fat Free Vanilla Greek Yogurt – divided
3grams of nut topping
Drizzle of Walden Farms Caramel Sauce
Spread 2tbsp of yogurt on each rice cake, top with apple slices and then drizzle with caramel and sprinkle with nuts. Super simple & tasty!
Banana & Peanut Butter toast towers for my little guy this morning! Simple ingredients just made a little more fun & exciting by stacking them! Fun kids food doesn’t have to be complex!
4 pieces of bread
(optional: chocolate sauce)
I used a round cookie cutter to cut the circles out and then toasted them in the toaster. Add some peanut butter to the bread and thick banana slices and VOILA, fun little towers.
P.S. – save the crust/cut off bread in zip lock bags in the freezer for using in other recipes as bread crumbs, etc. We also use it to go feed the ducks at the park!
The teddy bear was cut with a teddy bear shaped cookie cutter and has a bowtie made of 2 heart shaped candies. I used a little black food coloring for his face.
The balloons are watermelon that was cut with a cookie cutter and I used a candy strip for the string.
The flowers are strawberry Jell-O with a white flower sprinkle cut with a small cookie cutter. The stems are vanilla pudding with green food coloring and the bunnies are Annie’s Bunny Grahams.
Blueberries for the cloud.