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Eiffel Tower – welcome to Paris!

By Gosia

Preparation time: | Servings: 1

During the last few weeks before start of school summer vacation, my daughter's Eiffel Tower drawingfavorite subject at  school was Paris and Eiffel Tower. She and her schoolmates read a nice story about a little girl and her adventures in Paris, they learned a song about Paris, made some nice crafts and drew an Eiffel Tower. You can see my daughter's drawing, isn't that cute? :)

We are going to Europe this summer and we are going to spent a few days in Paris. The must see attraction is of course Eiffel Tower. My daughter can't wait to see it and to climb it, she just has not decided yet between stairs or escalator. She said she would decide when she sees it:)

Talking a lot about France, Paris and Eiffel Tower with my daughter, I got inspired to make her this edible Eiffel Tower dessert. It is so simple to make with just a few different fruits, and it made her so happy! 

Edible Eiffel Tower - cute dessert made of fresh fruits



  • 12 raspberries 
  • 1/3 or 1/2 of banana
  • 10 blueberries

Did you know that Eiffel Tower stands 324 meters (1,063 ft) tall, about the same height as an 81-storey building?


Step1 Start from the top of Eiffel Tower: make the highest part with blueberries. Cut the 1/3 or 1/2 of banana (depending on its size) in half and place is just below the blueberries. Make Eiffel Tower base using the raspberries, just place them as shown on the picture below. Enjoy & Bon appétit!
Edible Eiffel Tower - cute dessert made of fresh fruits step1

Eiffel Tower - welcome to Paris!

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  • Lisa @ Flour Me With Love

    This is so cute! Thanks for sharing at Mix it up Monday :)

    • http://www.kiddiefoodies.com/ Kiddie Foodies

      Thank you!!

  • DianaRambles

    Very cute!

    • http://www.kiddiefoodies.com/ Kiddie Foodies


  • http://www.kiddiefoodies.com/ Kiddie Foodies

    Thank you! on my way:)

  • Wanda

    I am jealous of your up coming European Escapades. You are going to have such a wonderful time. Your Eiffel tower is too cute and so is your daughters drawing. Your blog is adorable and I am going to share it with my daughter who has a 1 year old. I'm sure she is going to love it. Have a wonderful week and thanks for sharing such a cute and educational snack. ;-). Love Wand

    • http://www.kiddiefoodies.com/ Kiddie Foodies

      Thank you so much Wanda! We just started our trip and we are in Poland now, visiting my parents. My daughter is so excited!:)

  • Jessica @ Play Trains!

    Wow, I love this idea! I have fond memories of our own trip up the Eiffel Tower the year before my son was born. I'll have to get out the photos and make this snack to tell him about it. Thanks!

    • http://www.kiddiefoodies.com/ Kiddie Foodies

      Thank you Jessica! Yes, indeed that would be a great idea to tell your son about your trip when preparing or eating the Eiffel Tower:)

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