fruity snacks

Do you love getting creative in the kitchen? Looking for some wild ways to get your five-a-day? Then you’ll love these impressive fruit creations – all carved into cute animals!

Great for a party piece or just for a bit of fun, here’s all the inspiration you’ll need for some truly bonkers bananas, sweet strawberries and cute kiwis! Just remember, always ask a parent or guardian to help you.

Looking for more fruit fun? Why not check out our fantastic partnership with Fruit Bowl fruit snacks? You can pick up cool, collectable Nat Geo animal stickers in packs of Fruit Bowl, in supermarkets now! How many can you collect?

 

Fruit animals

 

1. Bottlenose banana

fruity snacks bottlenose bananaImage: icreativeideas.com

 

2. Strawberry mice

fruit snacks strawberry miceImage: livinglocurto.com

 

3. Kiwi turtles

fruity snacks kiwi turtlesImage: bloglovin.com

 

4. Orange snail

fruity snacks orange snailImage: littlecook.es

 

5. Fruity flutterbyes!

fruity snacks fruity flutterbyesImage: Pinterest.com

 

6. Pearcock

fruity snacks pearcockImage: canadianfamily.ca

 

7. Watermelon monster

fruity snacks watermelon monsterImage: watermelon.org

 

Find Fruit Bowl snacks in the home-baking aisle of supermarkets, and look out for our double-sided posters coming up in issue 131 of National Geographic Kids magazine!

 

Which fruity animal was your favourite? Let us know by leaving a comment, below!

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