How to make your own easy rainbow sushi - simple vegetarian sushi idea - perfect for kids lunch boxes - Eats Amazing UK

How to make your own easy rainbow sushi - simple vegetarian sushi idea - perfect for kids lunch boxes - Eats Amazing UK

Rice Krispy Treat Sushi - must remember this for letter S show & tell next year!

Rice Krispy Treat Sushi - must remember this for letter S show & tell next year!

Nutella and Banana Sushi Recipe: For a sweeter take on a fun sushi roll, use Nutella instead of regular peanut butter.

Nutella and Banana Sushi Recipe: For a sweeter take on a fun sushi roll, use Nutella instead of regular peanut butter.

Creative Kids Rice Crispy Peanut Butter Banana “Sushi” •2 Tbsp - smooth peanut butter (or use PB2 for healthier option) •1 - banana •¼ cup - crisp rice cereal ~Directions: Spread peanut butter over the outside of the banana, and then roll in cereal until coated. Cut into thick slices and serve with cup of milk & chop sticks

Creative Kids Rice Crispy Peanut Butter Banana “Sushi” •2 Tbsp - smooth peanut butter (or use PB2 for healthier option) •1 - banana •¼ cup - crisp rice cereal ~Directions: Spread peanut butter over the outside of the banana, and then roll in cereal until coated. Cut into thick slices and serve with cup of milk & chop sticks

Kids Breakfast Sushi Recipe | Easy & FUN breakfast idea for kids - a perfect kid-friendly back-to-school breakfast too!

Kids Breakfast Sushi Recipe | Easy & FUN breakfast idea for kids - a perfect kid-friendly back-to-school breakfast too!

Sushi #Recipes For Kids :Whip up one of these fun sushi recipes for kids and introduce your child to the goodness of fish

Sushi #Recipes For Kids :Whip up one of these fun sushi recipes for kids and introduce your child to the goodness of fish

Not quite so healthy, but this 'Fairy Bread' is a great idea for a children's party! A tradition from Australia and New Zealand, it's ultra-simple to prepare - and looks irresistible!   Just spread butter or margarine onto the bread, then sprinkle hundreds and thousands - or whatever you choose - on top. They're particularly effective rolled into pinwheels like this, but simply cutting the colourful bread into quarters looks pretty too!

Not quite so healthy, but this 'Fairy Bread' is a great idea for a children's party! A tradition from Australia and New Zealand, it's ultra-simple to prepare - and looks irresistible! Just spread butter or margarine onto the bread, then sprinkle hundreds and thousands - or whatever you choose - on top. They're particularly effective rolled into pinwheels like this, but simply cutting the colourful bread into quarters looks pretty too!

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