Breakfast Bears Toast

Breakfast Bear Toast

Fun Food! Every Day! My favorite thing to do! So here goes another one – breakfast bears. This morning, Sassy was being pretty picky about what she wanted for breakfast.. I offered her everything she had and she was like, “nah”. So I decided we needed some excitement to start our day.


Bread/Butter (that’s how you make toast, right?)



Chocolate Pudding


Make your toast and butter it. While the bread was toasting, I made my cinnamon sugar mixture (1 tbsp. plain sugar/1 tsp. cinnamon). Sprinkle the toast generously with the sugar mix after it has been buttered. At this point, I cut my toast into a circle with a cookie cutter but it’d be just as cute left square. Slice bananas and place on the toast for ears and nose. Now, normally, I would have done this with chocolate chips but I didn’t have any. I guess you could also use raisins but my kids loathe them. So, I used chocolate pudding. I decided to try to find the least messy way to get the pudding into cute lil dots on the bread – what came to mind?

A medicine syringe. It worked fabulously. Two pudding drops for eyes and one on the nose. While I was decorating, Sassy suggested we make one bear a girl and one a boy. So, we put hair on the boy and earrings/hair on the girl. Such a fun and easy breakfast. She scarfed it down!


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I am a spunky mom of 3 crazy kids. Love doing creative crafts, sewing, clogging, and coming up with unqiue snacks and desserts.. Follow her on Twitter / Facebook.

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