Princess Aloha is a fun and healthy kids food art fruit snack, packed full of tasty and nutritious flavour. Made and assembled in under 3 minutes, it’s a quick, creative, fun and inspirational way to encourage your child (or children) to eat healthy foods, try new textures or simply to bring a sense of fun and anticipation to meal and snack-time.
Toddler meal times are often frustrating, stressful and wasteful – filled with tantrums and tears (and I’m not only talking about the little ones!). Maybe Princess Aloha can help?! Older children could even put this together themselves.
*This is to serve as an inspiration and guide – feel free to substitute where appropriate, so that it’s best suited.
WHAT YOU’LL NEED FOR PRINCESS ALOHA:
- 1 small banana
- 2 pretzel sticks
- 1/2 a large wrap
- 3 tablespoons cream cheese
- 4 raspberries (cut in half, with a section for the mouth)
- 4 blueberries (chopped)
- 1/2 kiwi fruit, diced (with a slice for the hat)
- 2 slices papaya (1 slice for the hat and the other slice finely chopped)
- 2 googly eyes
How to make PRINCESS ALOHA:
1- Place the banana on the plate
2- Spread the cream cheese on the wrap and cut into three pieces – place these over the bottom of the banana, to create the skirt
3- Place the chopped fruit on top of the cream cheese, to decorate princess aloha’s skirt
4- Add the pretzel sticks for the arms and the raspberry slice for the mouth
5- Add the googly eyes
6- Place the slice of papaya and kiwi fruit on the top of the banana, as seen in the photo- to make the hat.