I have always loved making my children’s snacks and meals into funny little creatures or shapes, and so I was so excited when I saw the really creative snack and lunch ideas from Jill at Kitchen Fun With My 3 Sons!  Her ideas will just make you smile!

An apple turtle with grape head and legs.  The shell is a Fruit Roll Up!

And I LOVE these little Clementine chicks!

And, if lunch or dinner inspiration is what you’re looking for…

This one is my favorite!

Sloppy UFOs- with grape aliens!

And a Batman quesadilla~

It is like a tiny work of art on each plate!  Thank you, Jill, for sharing your great ideas!  See more photos and more details at  www.kitchenfunwithmy3sons@.blogspot.com

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