Cute Food for Kids: Chick’n Egg #BBFEggs
Disclosure: I am participating in the Burnbrae Farms campaign managed by SJ Consulting. I received compensation in exchange for my participation in this campaign. The opinions on this blog are my own.
Sam loves it when we play with our food and we both think this little chick is an adorable idea! Obviously he is cute food for kids and good for grins any time, but wouldnt a few of these be sweet on a breakfast or brunch party buffet?
We love the energy boost we get from eating eggs. Especially on days when I know theres a lot on our schedule, or if Ive had a short night, eggs are on our breakfast menu. Theyre also a great snack on busy afternoons. When my energy is running low, its so tempting to reach for something sugary. I really appreciate the convenience of the Burnbrae Farms Naturegg Omega 3 Hard Boiled Eggs Snack Pack for a quick pick-me-up that I can feel good about eating. Theyre an excellent source of protein, vitamin E and B 12 as well as the omegas. I can feel an almost immediate positive difference after eating one.
I used a Burnbrae Snack Pack to create my chickn egg and it means the chick turned out perfectlyno broken shell bits or random slices out of the egg. This is how I make them:
For each chick, make a bread “nest” by rolling a piece of bread flat.
Use a mug to create a circle indent and trim it.
Put the bread circles in muffin tins and bake for about 7 minutes.
For the chicken, use a skewer to keep it in place as youre creating.
Use a cookie cutter to make cheese hearts for the feet and wings and the prosciutto breast.
Keep a snip of cheese for the beak.
Using a sharp knife, make slits for the beak and wings and stick the cheese in.
Use mayonnaise to hold on candy eyes.
When the chick is formed, place him into the hot bread bowl so the cheese feet melt a bit.
Remove the skewer.
Isnt he cute? Add a few apple “fries” around the nest and get ready to crow about your great creation!
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