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Chattering Teeth Smiles

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marshmallow apple chattering teeth smiles fun kids food
Chattering Teeth Smiles


I originally saw these fantastic apple and marshmallow smiles on the Autism All Stars UK website. Here is my version of them.
They are very easy to make and even my 3 year old enjoyed assembling her own. They would make fun snacks at a birthday party. Or you could pop one on a plate to make someone smile at lunch time.

Time: 10 minutes
Age: Under 5's, 5-10's, Over 10's, Any Age
Level: Easy

Materials
Makes about 12 smiles
1 red apple
White mini marshmallows (you'll need about 6 per smile)
Peanut butter
Paper towel



marshmallow apple chattering teeth smiles fun kids food
Ingredients


Method
Cut the apple into thin slices. Keep the slices quite flat rather than wedge shaped to avoid the marshmallows sliding off.



marshmallow apple chattering teeth smiles fun kids food
Apples sliced


Dab the apple slices with paper towel to remove any excess moisture
Rub a little peanut butter on to one side of the apple slices
Arrange mini marshmallows along the edge of an apple wedge, sticking it to the peanut butter



marshmallow apple chattering teeth smiles fun kids food


Place another apple wedge on top of the marshmallow layer



marshmallow apple chattering teeth smiles fun kids food
Make someone smile at lunch time


Your Chattering Teeth Smile is ready to eat. Enjoy!

Categories
#Easy
#Under 5s
#5 to 10s
#Over 10s
#Any age
#Fun food
#Teeth
#Birthday Party
#Halloween
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Puts a big smile on my face.Thanks for sharing this with me .
Love this, so funny


You have to smile when you see this!!
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