Earth Day Lunch

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Earth Day is tomorrow and here is a fun lunch we came up with to celebrate Earth Day! This Earth Day Lunch is easy to make and fun for the kids! This is also a great way to get them to eat some broccoli!:)

earth day lunch

Earth Day PB&J Lunch

  • 2 Pieces of Bread
  • Apple Jelly
  • Peanut Butter
  • Green & Blue Food Coloring
  • 1 Large Pretzel Rod
  • A few Pretzel Sticks
  • 4 Green Grapes
  • Broccoli

Start out by cutting the bread into a circle using a round cookie cutter, glass, or kitchen scissors. Spread peanut butter in between the round slices. Scoop out 2 small spoon fulls of apple jelly in 2 small bowls. Tint one green and the other blue with a small drop of color. We added the blue jelly first for the water and then the green. Place it on a plate. We used a pretzel rod to make a tree. We used pretzel sticks to make branches and broccoli for the leaves. You could also used cucumbers, green grapes, kiwi, salad, etc… We cut green grapes in half for grass.

Earth Day Fruit Snack

We also made this fun Earth Day fruit snack .

  • 1 Green Apple
  • 1 Blue Fruit Roll Up
  • 2 Large Strawberries

Cut the green apple in half. Place it on a plate. Lay the fruit roll up on the apples and cut around to shape the continents. Use kitchen scissors or a knife. We pressed on our scraps to shape the rest. Cut the strawberries in half and place them on the top to look like hearts.

Earth day fruit snack

Happy Earth Day!!!

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3 comments on “Earth Day Lunch”

  1. Shaunna @ Fantastic Fun and Learning

    Super cute! I love the broccoli tree! We made a similar tree food craft for our T is for trees theme recently, and the kids loved it. We'll have to remember to add broccoli next time.