My daughter is a sweet girl most of the time, but mealtimes in our house are & have been a battle for quite some time. She is a very picky eater & mealtimes in our house are often very stressful. Over the years, I have found fun & creative ways to try to get her to eat. I have tried it all from reading to her while she eats to bite sized meals to fun food art.
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I am an owl lover. I have owls all over our house & it turns out, my daughter is an owl lover too. I recently bought a set of silicone egg rings and have been dying to try them out & they were perfect for an owl inspired breakfast.
What you will need:
1 piece of bread
1 piece of cheese
1 or 2 slices of bacon
1 baby carrot
Use a cookie cutter or cut a circle freehand out of your bread. I was able to use an egg ring for this.
Cut two triangles out of the remaining edges.
Crack both eggs & drop them into the silicone molds on a frying pan. We toasted our bread as well.
Place the round bread on a plate & place the eggs over the top edge of the bread once they are fully cooked. Cut a triangular sliver of carrot for the nose.
Add the bread triangles for ears & cut little owl feet out of the carrot. Fry a piece or two of bacon for branches to finish it off.
Our adorable owl breakfast came out super cute & was delicious too.
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