It’s almost Halloween! Kiddo is going to be a tiger. She has a great roar. 😊
Last year Kiddo got sick on Halloween and didn’t want to wear her costume. So this is the first year that she will get to be dressed up and truly understand. I’m really excited about it. (We are also excited to celebrate Auntie’s birthday!!)
In fact, I decided that I should bring a snack to daycare to celebrate the day. Kiddo and I did a trial run to see how easy the snacks are to make and if she could help me with the preparation. I mean, they are just as easy to make as they look. (No surprise there, but I did learn a few things:
1. Make sure to tell your toddler NOT to separate the sections of the clementine. I forgot to say that until it was too late. LOL.
2. If your bananas are not fully ripe, you may need to help little toddler fingers push the chips into the bananas. You also may need to instruct your toddler which side of the banana is the top of the ghost’s head. Or, you could not care about the orientation of the face (we went with that option).
I will include ingredients and a recipe, but I’m pretty sure you don’t need those!
Banana Ghosts and Tangerine Pumpkins
Mini chocolate chips
1. Peel clementines and place a small piece of celery in the top of each like a stem.
2. Peel bananas and cut in half.
3. Stick chips in to make ghost faces.