I don’t know why you shouldn’t play with your food. I love creating playful and cute food. All these cute food ideas are great to make for and/or with kids. For example in a school holiday or fir a kids birthday party. But I have to admit that I as an adult like them just as much!
Inspired by the donuts I had in Japan I made these kitty cat donuts. Aren’t they cute? Just use almonds as ears and drip them in white chocolate.I used a chocolate decoration marker to make the eyes, nose and whiskers. You can read more about it here.
Aren’t these Unicorn Ice Cream bars the cutest? I made them by breaking off the bottoms of ice cream cones to use as a horn on top of a white chocolate ice cream bar. I made frosting with powdered sugar and a bit of water to function as glue to attach the horn and the colored sprinkles. In this video you can see how I did it.
These strawberry mice are a great and healthy snack! Just cut almonds in half and put them in the strawberries for the ears. Dip the strawberries in melted white chocolate and set them in the fridge to cool. After about 20 minutes you can take them out and decorate the eyes and whiskers with a chocolate decoration marker.
Unicorn noodles are so much fun to make! You can make these pink and purple colored noodles with natural ingredients. I’ve shared the recipe and in this food video I’m showing you how easy it is to make them.
Unicorn toast is a very cheerful way to start the day. You’ll have to admit: you’ll be happy instantly when this is on your plate. I’ve explained how to make unicorn toast (or rainbow toast as I often call it) in this blog post.
Besides unicorns, I think koalas and pandas are the cutest animals in the world! These panda oreo cookies are super easy to make. I dipped regular Oreo cookies in melted white chocolate, but you can make it even easier by using the white chocolate covered Oreos in the store. I used edible decoration markers to make the mouth, nose and eyes.
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