They said you shouldn’t play with your food, but who could resist making these cute little breakfast characters?
With just a few ingredients and no special equipment, these wheat biscuit faces are a great way to introduce additional fruit and nuts into the morning routine, while allowing kids to develop their creativity and fine motor skills.
Weetabix has created the Weetabuddies – a range of characters to make breakfast a little more fun – and all the ones you see here are characters my children (JD, 8 and Miss J, 4), my husband and I created for ourselves!
We used raisins, red grapes, green grapes, cashews, red appe, orange segments, strawberries, kiwis and bananas, slicing them in different ways to create a range of shapes and colours to choose from.
We all had fantastic fun. It’s a great way for families to get creative at breakfast whilst having a healthy start to the day.
To meet more Weetabix Weetabuddies and submit your own creations for the chance to win a Weetabuddy soft toy, visit www.weetabuddies.com.
This is a commissioned post for Weetabix.
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