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Fruity Bug Oat Cakes

These cute fruity bug oat cakes make great fun and tasty snacks for kids. They're quick and easy to make - perfect for a garden or bug themed party!
Prep Time5 mins
Cook Time0 mins
0 mins
Total Time5 mins
Course: Snack
Cuisine: British
Servings: 1 person
Calories: 202kcal
Author: Grace Hall


  • 3 organic oat cakes
  • 15 g organic cream cheese
  • 6 grapes 5 red, 1 green
  • 1 blackberry
  • ¼ small apple


  • Evenly spread a thick layer of cream cheese on each oatcake.
  • Prepare the fruit; Cut the grapes in half, cut 2 thin slices of apple for butterfly wings then slice up 8 thin slivers for spider legs.
  • Decorate the oatcakes with fruit, following the instructions for each design below
  • Once all the oatcakes are decorated, serve immediately.

For the butterfly:

  • Place 3 grape halves down the centre of an oatcake, cut side down. 
  • Push an apple wing into each side to form a butterfly. 
  • Cut 2 tiny slivers of apple for antennae and push them into a grape half with the tip of a knife to form the head.

For the spider:

  • Place a blackberry in the centre of an oatcake. Add half a grape for the head. Finish with apple legs.

For the flower:

  • Place the remaining grape halves cut side down on the oatcake to form a flower.


Calories: 202kcal