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Panda

Preparation time:   |   Servings: 1

There has been a lot of pandas recently in our home: my daughter made a cute panda puppet for her music class; she got a cute panda plush in a Chinese dress that my husband brought from his trip to China and she did a beautiful collage at school - panda eating bamboo. Eh, that's quite a lot, right? So we decided to make another one - this time edible panda! Super easy to make and the result is so cute. My daughter loved it! She helped with the decoration and ate it with all other pandas around. Was really funny to watch her talking to all of them :) Panda fruits and yogurt dessert for kids

Ingredients

  • 2 tablespoons of natural yogurt
  • a few blackberries

Did you know that pandas do not hibernate but move to elevations with warmer temperatures instead? The average giant panda eats 9-14kg (20-30lb) of bamboo shoots a day.

Preparation

Step1 Wash the blackberries and cut them in half or 1/4 lengthwise. Panda fruits and yogurt dessert for kids step1

Step2 Spread the yogurt on the plate, making two circles: one for panda's head, one for its body. Place the blackberries, making panda's ears, hands and legs, then it eyes, nose and mouth. Enjoy! Panda fruits and yogurt dessert for kids step2

Panda dessert

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