Food offers a realm of possibilities to help children learn. Food can become a hands-on activity to help promote healthy eating. Kids need a variety of fruits & vegetables daily. Fruits & vegetables are naturally low in fat and are great sources of nutrients such as; potassium, fiber, vitamin A, and vitamin C. It can be helpful to prepare multiple servings ahead of time to make an easy grab-and-go snack.
Cut the bananas in half and trim pointed ends so they are flat. Thread each piece of banana onto a skewer.
Thread regular sized white marshmallows on top of the bananas.
Cut leaves from strawberries and thread onto skewers cut side down so they are sitting on top of the marshmallows.
Top the strawberry with a miniature marshmallow. Adjust ingredients so there is no skewer showing out the top.
Gently press an M&M onto each banana for a nose and then add two pieces of chocolate sprinkles for the eyes.
Slather the nut or seed butter into the celery ribs.
Add the antlers, eyes, and nose for the full Rudolph face. •