Ladybird Lunch & #FunFoodFriday

Today is Fun Food Friday, have you been making any fun food recently?  Whether it be lovely lunches, creative cakes, or a recipe you’ve blogged, please link up below and share the inspiration around.  Anything goes, as long as it’s edible!

Today’s lunch has a ladybird theme, and was lots of fun to make.  In this lunch Small Child had an English muffin, split and filled with garlic & herb cream cheese and ham.  I cut the muffin in two, decorated it with an edible marker pen and added polka dot picks to turn it into a ladybird.  On the side he had a whole mini red pepper and some leaves cut from cucumber, decorated with ladybird picks.  He also had blueberries, skewered on leaf picks, and an apple, which I turned into a ladybird by carving the skin and adding a grape as a head.  I dipped the cut surfaces of the apple in orange juice to prevent browning.   Finally I finished off the lunch with a container of organic blueberry yoghurt, dotted with a few more blueberries to decorate.

Eats Amazing - Ladybird themed lunch

Small Child thoroughly enjoyed this lunch, leaving only half a muffin, which he finished off as an after school snack.

Now it’s your turn, what fun food have you been making recently?  Please link up your foodie posts below and share the inspiration around.   Do feel free to link up Instagram, Facebook or Twitter pictures if you don’t have a blog of your own. Anything goes, as long as it’s edible!

A few quick requests before you link up; please visit some of the other blogs that have linked up and leave them a comment – we all love comments! If you are linking up from your blog, please grab the button below too, and put it either in your blog post or somewhere on your blog. Both old and new posts very welcome, and do feel free to link up several posts if you’d like.

Eats Amazing Fun Food Friday

Thank you in advance for linking up, I hope you find some fun inspiration!



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