Tuesday, September 18, 2007

Recipe Haiku:Toddler Snacks

This week's prompt at One Deep Breath is "recipes." Here are the recipes (in haiku form, of course) for three of our favorite afternoon snacks:

Pour sauce into bowl.
Add raisins and nuts to taste.
Applesauce sundae

Boil eggs; cut veggies;
Legs of carrot; beans for arms --
Hard-boiled egg people.

Freeze a banana;
Blend with yogurt and berries.
Nutritious smoothie.

9 comments:

Sandy said...

Toddler? I am going to do these for myself.

Crafty Green Poet said...

oh gosh, hard boiled egg people, how brilliant!

Jo said...

I will be doing these for those who have just shucked off toddlerdom!

Roswila said...

That second one is easiest for this food-challenged person to enjoy. The other are too tempting! LOL!

tumblewords said...

Sounds good to me - your haiku have taste and style!

Rae Trigg said...

I like the fun in the first two. The last one, though, sounds really good.

reprehriestless warillever said...

"I like the fun in the first two. "

That is exactly why I do this kind of thing. My kids are not picky eaters (they will eat turnips, chard, broccoli....)but I think that is because food is varied and fun in our house. And food is always a social event

Patois said...

Great ideas on having the kids eat healthy. Love the idea of the applesauce sundae.

Elizabeth said...

Not only are your Haikus brilliant, but your recipes are terrific!