Kellie Strickland

Moo-velous Kids Lunch: Moose Sandwich

Christmas is behind us now, but I still wanted to make something that felt seasonal. So I thought, “Moose!” Why? I have no idea; there are no moose where I live, and in any case, it’s not like they’re specific to winter. Whatever the reason, this fella just felt right somehow, especially alongside a hot cup of cocoa with miniature marshmallows. I hope you and your little ones will agree!


What You’ll Need:
sandwich bread
peanut butter
1 marshmallow
2 chocolate chips
2 almonds
pear (or apple)


To Make Moose Sandwich:
Spread peanut butter on a slice of bread. Cut an oval shape out of another slice of bread. Place oval-cut bread on top of the slice with peanut butter as shown for the nose. Use almonds for the nostrils. Slice marshmallow, and put two slices in place for the eyes. Place chocolate chips onto the marshmallow eyes for the pupils. Cut two thick slices from the pear and cut two square notches out of each slice, then put in place for the antlers.




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