Christmas Banana Snowmen

  • Yield : 6 snowmen
  • Prep Time : 15m
  • Cook Time : 0m
  • Ready In : 15m

Christmas banana snowmen

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Christmas is fast approaching, you can feel the excitement in the air.  With all the delicious sweet delights doing the rounds there’s definitely room for something a littler healthier. These little banana snowmen are a healthy snack that are still festive and fun for the kids.

Nutrition note: A fun and nutritious Christmas treat providing a natural energy boost for the kids with essential B vitamins, vitamin C, magnesium, potassium, fibre and antioxidants.

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  • 2 bananas
  • 1/4 of a carrot
  • Handful of currents or sultanas chopped
  • 3 strawberries
  • 6 grapes
  • 6 skewers


Step 1

Cut the bananas into thick slices (approx. 9 rounds per banana) -

Step 2

Peel the carrot and cut into small triangular slivers for a pointy nose -

Step 3

Trim the stem from the strawberries and then cut in half. You should get two hats out of each strawberry -

Step 4

Cut the grapes in half. (We only used the smooth half and ate the stem end) -

Step 5

To assemble, thread three slices of banana on to each skewer followed by a strawberry hat and grape half. Gently press the currents into the banana slices to create eyes and the buttons on the body then add the carrot nose -

Step 6

Serve immediately -

Step 7

Tip: Chop everything up, place all the bits in separate bowls and then have the kids assemble the snowmen. -

Step 8

Safety note: Please be careful with using sharp skewers when cooking with children. If necessary cut or break off the pointy end to avoid injury. -

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