Kids Garden Vegetable crafts

Kids Garden Vegetable Crafts

I love this idea, its so simple and cheap to do. You can do it either with vegetables your growing out your garden or vegetables that you have in your store cupboard.Ā I also love that you can teach your children about vegetables names and the colours!

Its a great all rounder for teaching and having fun at the same time. It might even encourage them to eat them, we can but hope! šŸ™‚


Find out the steps on how to use your everyday veg to get your kids to make a work of art over at no time for flashcards, while your there grab a cuppa, put your feet up and spend some time gettingĀ more ideas, you wont be disappointed!Ā 


13 fun food ideas to make at home for kids

Check out these fun food ideas,I love these for your little ones at meal times. If your having problems with your little one being bored with food or even being bored yourself at what your serving up, why not give these a try?

I really want to try the hungry caterpillar and the lunch box faces.



1. Pick a Pepper Craft

Pick a Pepper

Make a flock of wee turkeys, and kids will flock to them and their sweet-pepper tail feathers. See more here.

2. Lucky Lunch


Hereā€™s a really fun lunch for St. Patrickā€™s day. This was really easy to put together and the kids really enjoyed it. Find out more here.

3. Cute Cheesy Sunflower

Find out more here.

4. Orange slice butterflies

Find out how here.

5. Chocolate turkey fondue

This fruit turkey platter is a fun addition to the Thanksgiving dessert table and is even better with some chocolate fondue! #Thanksgiving

Find out how here.

6. Hungry Caterpillar Party

I really love the theme of this whole party and the lady has gone to so much work, see the rest here.

7. Cool School Snacks

Cool School Snacks

Find out how here.

8. Rainbow orange wedges

Rainbow Gelatin Orange Wedges

I love the colours on these, really appealing, find out how here.

9. Face sandwiches


Find out more here.


10. Turkey Vegetable platter


Ā Find more here.

11. Caterpillar and toadstools

See it here.

12. Hungry Caterpillar

See more of this here.

13. Pasta Nest for dinner.

See more here.

As you can see there are some great ideas here and would really jazz up the dinner table. I aplogise for the clean up afterwards though!



Food craft to get your mouth around!

Craft isnt all about the sequins and the glue, edible Food craft can be fun as well.Whats not to like with combining food and crafting at the same time?

I love these two ideas for little ones to make or for mum to make and serve up as a surprise! Any form of creativity is good for the mind, lets just hope your little one doesnt eat it all before you have finished your master- chef piece (sorry!)

Sweet strawberry snakes

Sweet strawberry snakes

Serves 2


  • 1 pint strawberries
  • 1 large banana
  • Vanilla frosting
  • 2 mini-chocolate chips
  • 1 red Fruit Roll-Up


  1. Slice the strawberries, except for one, and bananas into medium-size slices. Place the one large strawberry on a plate. Line the sliced bananas and strawberries behind the large strawberry in a snake like pattern. Add the small tip of the strawberry at the end for a rattle tail. Optional: To make the snake hold together, place small dollops of frosting between each piece and press to adhere.
  2. Place two dots of vanilla frosting on the top of the large strawberry head. Put two mini-chocolate chips in the center of the white dots.
  3. Cut the Fruit Roll-Up into a tongue shape and place inside the head of the strawberry.

Green grape caterpillars

Green grape caterpillars

Yields about 6


  • 1 bunch of grapes
  • 12 mini-chocolate chips
  • White frosting
  • 6 smaller-size skewers


  1. Place about 6 grapes on each skewer.
  2. Place two dots on the top of the grape on the end with the white frosting. Place two mini-chocolate chips into the white frosting.

Head on over to sheknows for more ideas.

So there is no excuse now for your little ones to eat more healthy in the new year!