There is nothing better than a well-presented, healthy food platter to celebrate the end of the kindy school term. And these lovely and very creative mums have come up with platters to wow even the fussiest of children.
Christmas platter success
A platter full of treats
Eleanor Hannah has had Kindy Christmas platter success! She has used Health Mummy recipes from the 28 Day Weight Loss Challenge app as well as the free recipes.
Bubble Crunch Santa Hats
4 Ingredient Rice Bubble Christmas Trees
Bliss Balls with a Santa and Gingerbread decoration
You can find the Bliss Balls recipes here.
Healthy Candy Canes.
These candy canes are a great way for your child to get in their fruit. You can prep the fruit into slices and then put it together to form a healthy candy cane!
“I was unable to make them into the shape of a cane, so I just made them sticks!” laughs Eleanor.
These mums opt for fruit platters over treats
Sally Stepniewski and Nicole O’Connell were also asked to bring in something for their children’s last day at Kindy and Christmas party. They both opted for healthy fruit platters which were a huge success.
“We had a bit of fun making these ones! Hope the kids enjoy them tomorrow,” Sally says.
Sally also used toothpicks to create little Santa’s out of grapes, banana and watermelon pieces as well as cutting some apple into stars and added some blueberries to make it a decoration.
Nicole O’Connell says, “Thank you Healthy Mummy for some cool Christmas fruit platter ideas!”
The Christmas Tree Apple and Pear
She also made the very refreshing and deliciously healthy Christmas Tree Watermelons.
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Jacqueline Daniels made Christmas ‘shapes’ using Christmas cookie cutters and some food colouring for her son’s end of year party for playgroup.
“They were a big hit,” she says.
A delicious assortment of reindeers, Christmas trees and stars.
Making morning tea Christmasy
Lacey Joan was assigned the job of making morning tea at her child’s kindy. She made a delicious snack with a Christmas feel.
“Made a morning tea for the kids and our Daycare mum for tomorrow plus lots of leftovers for us!” she says.
Lacey made the Peanut Bubble Crunch. The ingredients of chocolate and bubbles are two things kids can’t get enough of. So with this recipe up your sleeve, you will keep the kids happy and healthy.
She also made the Sugar Free Peanut Butter Cookies. These generously-sized sugar-free cookies will melt in your mouth!
Get more Christmas recipes from our Christmas and Entertaining Cookbook
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This cookbook contains impressive Christmas menus, delicious starters and yummy and creative snacks. Learn more about our Healthy Mummy Christmas and Entertaining Cookbook.
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