A fun recipe for kids in the kitchen! Recipe makes 8-10 bug snacks, perfect to share.

  • Serves: 2 people
  • Prep time: 15 minutes
    • British
    • Gluten Free
    • Vegetarian

    Celery and Grape Bugs

    Recipe Information

    Ingredients
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    1 Celery Head

    1 Cucumber

    2 Apples

    1 Orange

    5 Green and 5 Red Grapes

    200g Soft Cheese

    340g jar Smooth Wholenut Butter

    1 pack Cherry Tomatoes

    1 pack Mini Snack Raisins

    1 small pack Blueberries

    Method

    Snails

    Cut different lengths of celery to form the body of your bugs. These lengths need to fit which ‘shell’ you’re going to use (a slice of apple, orange, cucumber or tomato) with a little extra space for the 'head' (2 blueberries or a grape).

    Fill the celery lengths with either soft cheese or wholenut butter.

    Stand up either a slice of apple, orange, cucumber or tomato in the filling to make the shell. Leave some room at one end of the celery.

    Pop in a green grape or 2 blueberries to form the snail’s head.

    Dot with 2 spots of cream cheese and stick on two tiny raisins to form the eyes.

    Slice the left over celery into matchsticks to form antennae. Using a cocktail stick, make 2 tiny holes for the antennae to stand in.

    Caterpillar:

    Cut 4" lengths of celery.

    Fill them with either soft cheese or wholenut butter.

    Stick 5 green grapes, red grapes or blueberries into the filling to form the body.

    Then, use either a red/green grape or cherry tomato to form the head. Dot with 2 spots of cream cheese and stick on two tiny raisins to form the eyes.

    Slice the left over celery into matchsticks to form antennae. Using a cocktail stick, make 2 tiny holes for the antennae to stand in.

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