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Snowman

Preparation time:   Servings: 1

Just before Christmas break, my daughter gave us a little cute gift she made at school. The little box was nicely painted and decorated. When we opened it, we saw a cute little snowman resting on cotton pillows and covered with some colored, soft gift paper. What a surprise! He became our holiday mascot and we also made a snack, almost just like him:) Snowman snack with mozzarella balls and dried fruits

 

Ingredients

  • 3 mozzarella balls
  • 1 dark grape
  • 1 raisin
  • 1 dried cranberry
  • 1 dried date fruit
  • 1 biscuit stick
  • 1 mini pita bread
  • 1 dried mango
  • 1-2 toothpicks

Did you know that the world's largest snowman was 37.21m (122feet 1inch) tall? It was built in 2008 in Bethel, Maine.

Preparation

Step1 Cut the raisin in half and cut off a small triangle from the dry mango. Make small holes in the mozzarella ball, where you will insert the raisins to make the snowman eyes and a piece of a dry mango to make his nose. Use a toothpick to mount the 3 mozzarella balls together, one on top of each other.Snowman mozzarella snack for kids step1

Step2 Cut a dried date in half and make a snowman hat. Put a dried cranberry on top to make a pompon. Cut a biscuit stick in half and insert both parts into mozzarella ball to make snowman arms.Snowman mozzarella snack for kids step2

Step3 Cut a long, thin piece from the dried mango and place it around between the 1st and the 2nd mozzarella ball to make the scarf. Cut the grape in half and mount both pieces onto the mozzarella balls using a toothpick (adjust the size as needed). They will make the buttons. Place the snowman on a plate together with the pitta bread. Enjoy!

Warn the child before the consumption that there is a toothpick inside!

Snowman mozzarella snack for kids

Snowman mozzarella snack for kids step3

Snowman snack

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