Tuesday, August 16, 2011

Guest Post: Bert & Ernie Food


Have you heard of Kitchen Fun with My Three Sons? Amazing just about sums it up! It's ran by a lovely lady Jill who is an artist with food! She has three cuties that assist her as she crafts beautiful food for her family! Today, she is sharing her bio and one of my favorite {although I think each dish she makes is my favorite} Bert and Ernie!



My name is Jill and I have loved baking for so many years. The fun really started in the kitchen when I had my little boys! We create fun and silly snacks, lunches, dinners, and treats. We have goofed off in the kitchen for a long time and thought it would be fun to share our creations and start a blog.

We started it back in March and we have had a lot of fun with it! There is a lot of boy related food of course....super hero's...animals...bugs...aliens...and lots of cartoon characters! The boys help think up a lot of the ideas. We create things as we go along and the way we like them in hopes that everything will be original and enjoyable for others to take a look. I work part time with 3 kids so everything you see is pretty easy to do and will not take a lot of time. We would love for you to check us out and let us know what you think about our blog Kitchen Fun With My 3 Sons.

Ingredients:
1 clementine, 1 banana, raisins, 2 mini marshmallows, and 1 red fruit roll up.

Peel the clementine and save the peel.
Separate it in half and put them on each plate.
Peel the banana and cut in half. Place those on the plates.

Ernie
Cut a slit towards the bottom for his mouth.
Roll up a fruit roll up tightly and then cut part of that for the nose.
Cut a small piece for his tongue.
Cut a mini marshmallow in half for his eyes.
Cut a small raisin for the pupil on the eyes.
Cut more of the raisins in half for his hair.
Cut the reserved clementine peel for his ears.

Bert
Cut the reserved clementine peel for his nose.
Cut the banana peel for his ears.
Cut a mini marshmallow for his eyes.
Cut a small raisin for the pupil on the eyes.
Cut a slit for his mouth.
Cut a small piece of fruit roll up for his tongue.
Use 2 or 3 raisins for his eye brows. Cut raisins in half for his hair.


Amazing, right? Check out her blog and give her some comment love and look at all the tons of ideas she has!
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2 comments:

  1. I came across her blog last week. Cute stuff!

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  2. This is very unique and cute I will be using for my sons 2nd birthday.

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