Kitchen Fun With My 3 Sons

Back to School Banana Bus

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One of our Facebook followers mentioned making a healthier version of our Twinkie Bus for her daughter since she is not a fan of sweets…so we came up with this Back to School Banana Bus decorated with fruit!
This took us less than 10 minutes to make even not knowing how we were going to make it. Our bananas were less than perfect so I am sure you could make this look a lot better.

Banana Bus

1 Banana
2 Dark Grapes (or Blueberries)
1 Strawberry
Black Edible Marker

Take the banana and cut off a little from the bottom so it will sit up straight. Draw a line in the middle of the side with your black edible marker. Take the cut off piece from the bottom and pop off the banana attached to the peel. Cut strips with a knife and then into small squares. Press the small square cut outs on the side for windows. Cut off the end of the banana. We used scraps to make a bumper. Cut off a small corner out of the front end. Set aside. Then cut more off almost to the bottom. Place the first cut out piece on top. Cut off the end of a strawberry for the stop sign. Everything will stick on. That’s it!

My boys & their neighborhood friends loved it!

Here is our Twinkie Bus

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5 comments

  1. Keep 'em coming Jill!! LOVE the banana bus!!!

  2. Your recipes are absolutely amazing! I would be honored to have you share any of your creative ideas at Mom's Test Meal Mondays! This week is all about the kiddos & their favorite after school snacks! I hope you get a chance to stop by!

    Have a great day!

  3. Oh My! So cute! I hope you will link up tomorrow to The CSI Project starting tomorrow. The challenge is Back to School Projects. You just might win. Each week is a new challenge with 3 tutorials, giveaway and a fun guest judge.
    Come on over!
    http://www.thecsiproject.com

  4. Love food art! These are so cute. I will pin and fb share. I found you on the kids co-op. Thanks for sharing-FSPDT http://frogsandsnailsandpuppydogtails-jaime.blogspot.com/