Olympics for Kids- Edible British Flag

British Flag Edible Creation
 After sharing four Olympic related meals and snacks, I thought JDaniel and I would build the Union Jack fruit creation this week.
The Union Jack or British Flag was easy to draw on a tortilla using a food marker. I wasn’t sure how they would do. This is really the first project I have really used them on.
Edible British Flag
Blueberries and strawberries have been in our fridge all summer. They are both favorites! Their blue and red colors made them the perfect choices to decorate the flag.
The flag turned out well in my opinion!
 As predicted, JDaniel loved the fruits! He did surprise me by saying the tortilla had to be saved for later. It was too much!

The flag tortilla disappeared at breakfast the next morning.

Last week I shared an Edible Olympic Torch on the Kid’s Activities Blog. I thought you might enjoy seeing a glimpse of it here. If you would like more information about it, please head over to the Kid’s Activities Blog.

Today I am sharing a non-Olympic post on Growing a Jeweled Rose on Making S’more Pancakes to celebrate National S’more Month. Did you know this month was National S’more Month?
This post is linked to Muffin Tin Monday and a few other places.

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Comments

  1. says

    Ha ha ha.. as soon as I saw your drawing, I was thinking it would be cool to fill in with the fruits… then I scrolled down and saw you did it.. LOVE it.. my friends in England would be proud :)

  2. says

    Wow all great ideas. I love the fruit Union Jack (my mom is from England). Gotta look into those food markers.
    The torch is great, thanks for sharing.
    Just learned about Smores month earlier today. Definitely have to do something about that.

  3. says

    Oh, that’s such a cool idea! Must do that with The Muffin – she’s quite interested in The Union Jack, having noticed that it appears on several flags (not just our Aussie one!)

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