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Valentines Fun Food

Love is in the air! There are lots of ways to incorporate a little valentines fun into your little ones meals. They can be as elaborate or simple as you like (or have time for!)

Smoothie Bowl Heart

To make this yummy smoothie bowl simply choose the fruit that you would like use then blend it with some natural yogurt and transfer to a bowl. You can top with whatever you like but I used chia seeds, desiccated coconut and blueberries. I used two heart cookie cutters of slightly different sizes to help shape the hearts. I sprinkled on the coconut first then using a smaller heart cookie cutter placed the chia seeds on top. Then I simply added blueberries around the hearts. A yummy, healthy, lovely breakfast.




French Toast 

French toast is great for cutting up into shapes. If you have some alphabet cutters you can easily spell out words. Jessica is very much into letters and phonics at the moment so this was the perfect breakfast for her. Simple use a knife to shape strawberries into a heart. Raspberries are great hearts as they are virtually ready made, give them a little squeeze to shape into a heart. We simply placed a raspberry heart on top of some natural yogurt.



Love Heart Berry Platter

You can use whatever fruit you like but we stuck with berries as Oliver loves them, he would live of them if I let him. Simply wash any fruit and arrange into a heart shape.



Hearty Lunch

Heart cookie cutters will definitely come in handy for this lunch. This is simply a ham sandwich cut using a heart cookie cutter. On the top slice of bread use a smaller heart cookie cutter to cut out another heart so you can see the ham. Again using a heart cookie cutter cut some cucumber to make heart shapes. As above post you can simply use a knife to shape strawberries into hearts. Finally I used Organix Red Pepper Hearts to complete the meal.



Bee Mine Fruity Bee

I loved making this! For the bee I used mango fingers, blackberries, blueberries and a piece of tortilla wrap. I simply trimmed the mango fingers down a little making the first one wider. I then cut some blackberries in half to make the stripes. For the eye I cut a blueberry in half and for the mouth I sliced a blueberry thinly. To make the wings I simply used an idea I seen from Eats Amazing of using a heart cookie cutter. Simply use the cookie cutter on a piece of the tortilla wrap and slide the bottom of the heart under the bee so you only see the top. I added Bee Mine cut out using cutters from cantaloupe. 



Fruity Love Breakfast

This has to be favourite valentines breakfast I made and it was actually really easy. Love was spelled out using blueberries, a kiwi, two apricot slices and some grapes cut in half length ways. The pancakes were cut out using two heart cookie cutters. I spread raspberry chia jam on each pancake. Finally I used natural yogurt topped with a mashed blackberry heart. 



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