Angel Snack- Play With Your Food!

I just love crafty food! I needed an angel, and cutting out a sandwich with my angel shaped cookie cutter just wasn’t scratching my creative itch. It took me longer to come up with a way to make edible angels then I though it would, but here they are in all their glory!

Praying Angel, Singing Angel, and Smiling Angel :-)

Making Your Angel Snack:
Bugle- for her dress
Oyster Cracker- for her head
Pretzel- for her wings
Cheerio- for her halo

Stick your angels all together with some cream cheese frosting:
Here they are from the back:
You could totally stop here, and for most of my choir of angels, I did. Or you can give them a little face and some praying hands. The face was drawn on with the cream cheese frosting. The praying hands are the center part of a pretzel with the outside loops chopped off. 
This will be useful next month as a snack for the feast of St. Michael, Gabriel, & Raphael (September 29) and the feast of guardian angels (on October 2)! 
These would be cute to serve to younger kids, and fun for older kids to assemble for themselves.
Holy Heroes

Comments

  1. Amazingly cute!

  2. Did you see these cute ABC pebbles? You could just paint your own and not do the magnet part… I think we might try them and make fun Catholic ABC words!
    http://www.playfulearning.com/Playful_Learning/Blog/Entries/2009/8/3_Entry_1.html

  3. Amazing_Grace says:

    These are so cute and yummy too! :)

  4. I love your blog and all your great ideas! Thank you so much for sharing with all of us. I'm not even Catholic, I'm Mormon and I will use so many of your posts as inspiration when teaching my little ones. Keep up the great work!

  5. Thank You so MUCH! Just what I need for an angel snack during Children’s Church. One in lesson plan was NOT doable. I already had 3 ingredients on-hand! I’m going to try the new pretzel crisps for wings.

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