Kitchen Fun With My 3 Sons

Penguin Fruit Snacks

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Penguin Fruit Snacks

I am sure you have seen the Penguin Olives that have been around for a very long time & we have always thought they were so cute! We decided to come up with these Penguin Fruit Snacks for kids that are not fans of olives. These are so easy to make & perfect for parties or just a fun after school healthy snack! We came up with these for a Penguin Bento Lunch that we made awhile back & thought we would give you directions for these cute little guys.

Penguin Fruit Snacks

Large Black Grapes
Mandarin Oranges
Fruit Dip (we like this recipe from Lil Luna)
Blue Sprinkles (or any color)
Toothpicks

Start out by connecting 2 grapes with a toothpick. Cut off the bottom of one if it’s not already flat. Spoon the fruit dip in a baggie & snip off the corner. We squeezed on just a tiny bit of dip on for the eyes & added sprinkles for the pupils. We also cut the ends from the oranges to make the beak. Attach with the dip. We squeezed on the bellies like this…

Make the Belly With the Dip

Then smooth them out with a knife…

Then smooth them out with a knife

Place them on a plate. Cut a orange slice in half & add for the feet. We also cut a grape into thin slices & added the slices on the sides for wings.

Penguin Fruit Snacks

SO easy & cute…don’t you think? My boys just loved these! This is the perfect snack for all of you that are snowed in to make for your kids. Let the kids make these themselves…they are so fun to make!:)

Penguin Fruit Snacks

You can check out all of our other fun food Winter creations HERE!

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I am a mom of 3 awesome boys that love to get crafty with me in the kitchen. Our blog is full of all sorts creative food ideas for the Holidays, Party Ideas, Free Printables, Featured DIY Ideas, Recipes, & Kids Craft Ideas! Read more...

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I love that you changed this idea up and used fruit instead of olives. So cute.

Beth @ HungryHappenings

I’m super happy you changed the idea up and used fruit instead of olives/cream cheese/carrots. Not too many children in my area that will eat black olives and I was looking for something like this to use with a program at my library. I was wracking my brain trying to figure out how to change it up. Thank you for already doing that! 🙂

olive these! they're grape!!! heehee 🙂

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