This Mickey was the perfect breakfast. Oatmeal, raisins, and yogurt are the perfect combination!
(By the way, is photo 1 or photo 2 better?)
Make a semi-circular shape on the plate with your oatmeal. Next, add Mickey’s ears with the raisins. Use the plastic bag method shown below to easily draw two oval eyes and the mouth.
Draw the mouth, then add a small piece of watermelon to look like his tongue.
Now, I have one daughter who likes raisins, and one who doesn’t. Grace, the oldest, wanted a Mickey but did not want raisins. For her, a threw some raisins into some white bowls for the presentation, then left her with just the face to eat.
I'm Amy. One of my passions is serving my two little girls healthy, wholesome food in unexpected ways. Lunch time has become a time of learning, imagining, and bonding for us as we use great food to create little works of art... Read More…