It's spring! Can you believe it? It's finally here! I know I'm not the only mama who's been anxiously awaiting winter's end... and my kiddos are even more ready for spring than I am! That's why I've been toiling away trying to come up with fun ways to make it feel like springtime at home for them even if the temps haven't quite caught on that winter's over. Haha! All that cold weather can make even the calmest of children, which wouldn't accurately describe mine (bwah!), go stir crazy. Am I right? Keeping them busy is in everyone's best interests. So, I'm going to share an easy edible flower garden craft that will most definitely do that!
On that note, let's talk about this easy edible flower garden craft that anyone, and I mean anyone, can do! I know there's that old-age rule that kids shouldn't play with their food, but you can kick that rule to the curb today. With this DIY they get to be creative AND then eat what their little imaginations conjure up! You can't beat being able to serve up a tasty good time complete with crafts AND snacks!
Easy Edible Flower Garden Craft
sky blue plate
Wonderful Halos Mandarins
These "directions" couldn't be more simple. You simply have to prepare the edible ingredients that your little ones will use to create their garden, so they're ready to build with.
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1. Peel and section out the mandarins.
2. Slice the kiwis.
3. Slice the green peppers into long stem-like pieces.
4. Cut the tops off a bunch of scallions (about two inches or so) to be used for the grass.
4. Now it's time to assemble those edible flowers. Add the berries to their stash, and, voila, this easy edible flower garden craft will come to fruition in no time!
And for more healthy snack ideas using Wonderful Halos Mandarins, check out our yogurt parfait!
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