Pear Skull

Here’s a frightfully healthy snack for your kiddos!  Halloween doesn’t have to be all about candy.  Only a little bit.

pear skull

I used:

  • A pear
  • Blueberries
  • Almond slice.

My kids thought it was awesome. They do love pears though!

written by
Amy Roskelley

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Amy says:

This pear I actually had out for an hour (waiting for the sun to come up to get a good picture!). I sprayed a bit of lemon juice on it and it did great.

Eliece says:

way cute!

angee says:

Love it!! We are totally trying this.

I especially like the little rat in the corner! 🙂

Cute! Won’t it turn brown though?

Michelle says:

I love this! I just bought some pears at the grocery store this morning and we are totally having these for afternoon snack… I just have to figure out what else I could use since I only have frozen berries and I don’t think they’d stick… Thanks!

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