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Edible Pirate Ship

by Lucy (follow)
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Edible Pirate ship, children
Edible pirate ship


Have a pirate themed day in the kitchen with this cool pirate ship you can actually eat. The ingredients are simple and kids can easily put it together themselves with parental supervision. It is a lot of fun to prepare (and consume) and you can make all sorts of creative accessories to go with it (fish, parrots, sea gulls etc).

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



Edible Pirate ship, children
Ingredients for the ship


Materials

2 slices of buttered bread
1 slice of cheese (or ham)
1 carrot
1 stick of celery
sharp knife
Lettuce or Asian greens (for decoration)

Method

Taking the sharp knife (parents only), cut out the shape of the pirate ship in the buttered bread.



Edible Pirate ship, children
Cut strips of celery


Slice the celery into thin strips for a mast.



Edible Pirate ship, children
Shape the sail


Cut out the shape of the sail in some cheese or ham.



pirate ship
Position the mast


Cut out some circles of carrot for the port holes, and a square for the skull and cross bones flag.



pirate ship
Add the ships hull and port holes


Perhaps you might like to add some fish and some ocean, using lettuce or Asian greens?

Categories
#Pirates and princesses
#Easy
#Under 5s
#Edible art
#Kitchen craft
#Indoor
#Fun food
#Pirate
#Boat
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