My daughter doesn’t like monsters, spooky and scary characters, she rather prefers princess’ stories or even real life documentaries. But, in this period of Halloween, she can hear all the kids around her talking ghosts, bats, witches etc. So I have decided to make her a ‘bats and ghosts’ dessert.
This ‘sunflower’ project started at my daughter’s school. All kids in her class discovered different kinds of seeds and learned how they grew. They were asked to select seeds they liked and then planted them in small plastic cups. This gardening adventure inspired me to make a little surprise for my daughter. One day I prepared a peach and blackberry sunflower for her dessert:)
Homemade smoothies are such a great and healthy snack for kids. Moreover, there are so easy to make! This time, to make a simple glass of nutritive drink a bit more fun, I made a cute, little bear from the kiwi. My daughter loved it and said he looked very real:)
Have your kids already kept a caterpillar home? How did you deal with that? My daughter found a caterpillar in our garden and wanted to keep it in her room. I said she could keep it, but it had to stay in her playhouse back in our the garden. I didn’t like the idea of a caterpillar sneaking in and visiting our house, grr.. and preferred to make her a funny caterpillar for her dessert!
We have just picked up some fresh raspberries from my parents’ garden. They were so sweet and still warm: delicious! When we returned home, we made cute little flowers with raspberries and blueberries in the center – yummy!
All little girls are princesses and my daughter is no exception – all moms & dads know what I mean:) So I made a cute raspberry castle for a little princess – can be also for a prince (!) – all edible and healthy! Moreover, it is an ice palace, perfect for hot summer days.