Food doesn’t have to just be a source of nutrition,it can also be art. This amazing food art creation was brought to us by Missy aged 5.
Missy uses her enthusiasm and eye for detail to make this gorgeous unicorn themed tea for her Grandmother.
She made a sandwich which was then shaped with a cutter.
Missy used a unicorn cutter
The finished platter, with unicorn and star sandwiches, salad and watermelon so beautifully presented.
Food Art on a Chopping Board
We don’t encourage children to play with food but sometimes it can encourage a love of food. Here we see the steps Missy took to build this food art on a chopping board- something you may find experienced chefs are taught to create. She began with making a swan out of sliced radish, carrot and yellow tomatoes.
Missy placed the swan centre stage on the board and placed decorative greenery to accompany it.
Mashed avocado adds to the illusion.
Missy pipes on clouds with skill and precision.
Missy’s completed food art. A beautiful swan sits on the grass, basking in the summer sun.