RAINBOW STICKS: These look really effective, don't they? You could make and eat these in combination with learning the rainbow song, finding out about different colours (for younger children), or learning about the role of colours in food and health (for
Rose Theme Food <3 From L-R a. Potatoes Roses: Thinly sliced potatoes arranged as flower with the help of toothpick and deep fried. b. Rose Frosting looks great on cakes/cupcakes c. Bacon rolled into a flower and cooked. d. eggplant and zucchini slices arranged as rose on a tart shell and baked. e. Orange Peel with spices kept as potpourri. f. Rose shaped ice cream in a cone. Cuteness.
How to make a Bacon Bouquet for Valentine's Day! It's probably the most romantic display of affection, ever.//This says Valentine's, but I know this is one bouquet my husband would love for Father's Day!
PB J Blossom Sandwiches: use cookie cutter for flower then with water bottle cap in 1 of the 2 flowers use cap to make hole in middle. On whole flower w/o hole spread PB the top layer jelly. Put slice with hole on top do jelly shows through hole