Made on Good Friday, Jesus is made out of a baby carrot. The main body lies flat because the carrot was sliced in half. Jesus’ eyes are tiny bits of raisin, his crown of thorns – pretzels, and the cross is a peanut butter sandwich cut into the right shape. The hill is made of banana.
Grace (age 4) actually asked me to make this one as we had talked all day that day about what Good Friday was about. To her, this was not morbid or disturbing in any way; rather, it was a beautiful reminder of the amazing love that God had for us sending His son Jesus to die for us in this way. It was the love of our savior in the form of our lunch.