A Crabby Lunch

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PB&J Crab Sand which

We made this cute crab lunch using 2 pieces of bread, peanut butter, strawberry jelly, 1 red apple, 1 large marshmallow, and 5 raisins.

We cut our bread into a circle. We spread peanut butter in between the bread. Spread the jelly on the outside. Cut the apple in half and cut that half in another half. Cut out a V shape to make the claw. Save the scraps for the little legs and arms. Cut the large marshmallow in half and place those on the top for the eyes. Put on the raisins for the eyes and mouth. Cut the scraps in 3 strips to make the legs and cut off two pieces to make the arms. We wanted to make use of the whole apple. 1 apple will make 2 of these lunches.

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20 comments on “A Crabby Lunch”

  1. Thank you so much for sharing your cooking activities!! You are so imaginative! 🙂 I've made a couple of your snacks with my 2nd graders & they just love it! 🙂

  2. Very good imagination. Lots of fun with your food, and a good way to encourage children to eat their food!

  3. This is seriously so cute. You are so dang creative!! I am making this for my kids this week. Thank you so much for linking up to Strut Your Stuff Saturday- we would LOVE to have you come back tomorrow and link up more of your great posts! We also wanted to let you know that we will be featuring this great post on our blog tomorrow, so feel free to stop by and grab a button!
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  4. Beth @ Hungry Happenings

    You continue to amaze me. So clever! What a great idea for a pirate party, beach party, or even a zoo party.

  5. Oh, I'm so glad I found you. We do Fun Food Friday every week at our house and I post them on my blog, so I'm always looking for new ideas.
    Stopping in from This Chick Cooks…looking forward to poking around.

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