This Kiwi Christmas Tree is a healthy festive snack for kids. It is great for getting kids involved in the kitchen.
Every day in December I have been trying to make a healthy themed Christmas snack for Finn. Today we made this Kiwi Christmas Tree and Finn absolutely loved it. Sliced kiwi made up the tree and it was topped with a watermelon star.
During Christmas time it can be very hard to avoid all the Christmas junk food, that is why it is important to me to try and make healthy food fun for kids. I’m not normally a “fun food” mum but Finn has absolutely loved his festive snacks. I have been amazed at how delighted he is with basically the same snack he usually receives, just served in a different way.
Kiwi fruits are a great source of folic acid, vitamin C and vitamin E. They are a good source of fibre, helping to keep the digestion systems running well. To read more about the health benefits of Kiwis and other foods check out this page Super Kids Nutrition
If you are looking for other healthy themed Christmas ideas then why not check out my Christmas Frozen Bark, Watermelon Christmas Trees, Avocado Christmas Tree, Christmas Puddings, Sweet Potato Christmas Bites, Rudolph Pear, Spinach Christmas Trees, Christmas Spiced Pancakes, Christmas Apple Sandwiches.
Kiwi Christmas Tree
A healthy, fun and interactive festive themes snack for kids. A great recipe to get kids involved in the kitchen.
- 1 kiwi
- 1 slice of watermelon
- Peel the kiwi, slice and then half the slices
Arrange into a tree (using the picture above as a guide)
Use some of the peel for the bottom of the tree (see picture above)
- Using a star cookie cutter cut a star from the slice of melon and place on the top of the tree
**Nutritional Information is an estimate only. It is calculated using an online nutrition calculator.