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Edible Mermaid

by Lucy (follow)
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Turn lunch time into an underwater adventure with this little sandwich mermaid. It is easy to cut the bread to size and then add the edible details with your favorite vegetables. This could be the best way to get kids to eat veg around.



Edible mermaid
Edible Mermaid


Time: 15 minutes
Age: Under 5's
Level: Easy



Edible mermaid
Mermaid for lunch


Materials

1 slice buttered bread
1 cucumber
1 carrot
1 slice cheese
1 currant
Sharp knife

Method

Take the sharp knife to cut the slice of buttered bread into a mermaid's head and body outline.



Edible mermaid
Bread outline


Cut a slice of cheese to form the mermaid's body. Then place it onto the buttered bread.



Edible mermaid
Add the tail


Cut some slices of cucumber skin to form the mermaid's tail. Then place them on top of the prepared cheese.



edible mermaid
Add some carrot hair


Cut some carrot to form the mermaid's hair. Place the hair on top of the cheese. Then add currant eyes and an enchanting cucumber smile. You may wish to add a green leaf for the under water themed background. Enjoy the delights of your creation and have a great lunch.

Categories
#Edible
#Mermaid
#Lunch
#Fun Food
#Under the sea
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