Do you own a kite? Last summer, we took the girls to a kite festival. They got to see professional kite flyers putting on a great air show. There was music, and even a chance for the kids to make their own kites. Granted, the kites they got to make were only out of paper, but it was a great way to introduce the kids to all that kites can do when flown right!
To create this kite lunch, take a peanut butter sandwich and cut a diamond. Next, slice a baby carrot into thin sections to create the criss cross over the kite. To make the string, slice a banana into a thin strip, and place strawberries over it to look like bows.
Show that the kite is in the sky by adding a bird made of sliced apples and a puffy cottage cheese cloud.
Create a larger kite using a banana for the outline and fruit for the colorful filling. Use yogurt to draw a string.
Use yogurt or whipped cream for a cloud.
Make this into a dessert by making the kite out of a s’more or a brownie/bar you have on hand.