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Recipe by Rachel Nayman

Fruity Critter Snacks

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Parve Parve
Easy Easy
10 Servings
Allergens

No Allergens specified

15 Minutes
Diets

No Diets specified

A chocolaty twist on fruit snails using dried and fresh fruit in honor of Tu bishvat, these adorable treats are so much fun to make and are a really great activity for the entire family!

Recipe by Rachel Nayman, @CookUpAWedding

Ingredients

Fruity Critters

  • Celery stalks

  • Nutella or Gefen Peanut Butter

  • Dried kiwi slices

  • Dried pineapple slices

  • Orange slices

  • Dried apricots

  • Dried papaya

  • Sliced cucumber

  • Grape tomatoes

  • Cashews

  • Grapes

  • Blueberries

Add-ons

  • Edible candy eyes or plastic googly eyes (remember to remove before eating!)

Directions

For the Caterpillars

1.

Fill celery stalks with nutella, non-dairy nutella, or peanut butter.

2.

Top with grapes, blueberries, or grape tomatoes for the body and head. Use nutella to “glue” eyes and antennae made from thinly sliced celery.

For the Snails

1.

Fill celery stalks with nutella, non-dairy nutella, or peanut butter. 

2.

Top with pineapple, orange, kiwi, apricot, cucumber, and a cashew head. Use nutella to place on candy eyes.   Tip: Using a knife, slice off a thin piece on the bottom of the celery to level it out in order to keep your critters stable.

Fruity Critter Snacks

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