Super easy step by step fruit art / decoration

in Foodies Bee Hive12 days ago (edited)

Hello to all lovers of art and cooking, I hope you are healthy and happy.

Nothing extravagant what I decided to share with you today, as you will see below, is a simple but delicious dessert offered by banana fruit, combined with the art of a fun octopus to decorate our table or to make the little ones fall in love with the House.

As we all know, banana is known as a healthy sweet that provides us with various nutrients.

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According to a little research I did, a banana contains approximately 100 calories, 1 gram of protein, 25 grams of carbohydrates, and less than a gram of fat. It also contains 3 grams of fiber. It is rich in vitamins B6 and C, folic acid, and minerals like magnesium and potassium.

Surprising right?



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Below I show you the materials and the step by step to decorate a fun plate with bananas. We only need Cambur, knife and two cloves for the octopus eyes.

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We measure two fingers from the top of the banana for the head of the octopus, then cut strips from the shell to form the tentacles of the octopus.

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We cut the inner part of the banana into slices to fill our plate.

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With the cloves, we place the eyes of the octopus as shown in the following image.

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To put some fun in it, we bend a clip in the shape of a hook and make a small fishing rod, thus we instruct the little ones about sea fishing and in turn feed them.

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Thank you for your attention, I hope you like it, I want you to practice it at home and have a very sweet and fun family dinner at the table.

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Nice hahaha 🥰

😀 Thanks so much

That's cool, but it might scare someone away from eating it haha

hahaha you're right, my next post will be a worse idea, a Granada made with the jobos from my garden, don't miss it. Regards