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Turtle Apple

(Loksi’ Takolo Maso’fa’) Price per recipe: $0.71 Makes 2 Turtle Apples Nutrition Facts per serving: 70 calories, 0 g fat, 0 mg cholesterol, 0 mg sodium, 18 g carbohydrate, 3 g fiber, 0 g protein

You will need: • • • • •

1 small or medium apple 1 can mandarin oranges Small plate Can opener (adult use) Sharp knife (adult use)

Options: Be creative! Try to make the turtle using other fruits or vegetables. Instead of the apple, try a pear, peach, bell pepper or tomato. Instead of the oranges, try cherry halves, grapes, celery slices or carrot slices. You could also use a butter knife to carve a turtle shell design into the apple.

Adults: Use a sharp knife to cut apple in half, remove core and discard. Using can opener, open mandarin oranges and discard sharp edged lid.

What to do: 1. Wash hands; get out ingredients and utensils. 2. Wash apple. 3. Place apple half in center of small plate. 4. Put mandarin oranges next to apple for arms, legs and head. 5. Enjoy your Turtle Apple.

Material funded by USDA SNAP. This institution is an equal opportunity provider & employer. For more information on SNAP or FDP, visit www.eagleadventure.com.

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Turtle Treat (Loksi’ Impa’)

You will need: • 1 small or medium carrot • 1 celery stalk • 2 tablespoons low-fat or fat-free ranch dressing • Small plate • Vegetable peeler • Sharp knife (adult use)

Adults: Use a sharp knife to cut carrot and celery into sticks after child has peeled carrot.

What to do: 1. Wash hands; get out ingredients and utensils. 2. Wash ingredients. 3. Use vegetable peeler to peel carrot. 4. Place carrots and celery on plate with ranch dressing. 5. Enjoy your Turtle Treat.

Price per recipe: $0.47 Makes 2 Turtle Treats Nutrition Facts per serving: 80 calories, 0 g fat, 0 mg cholesterol, 440 mg sodium, 18 g carbohydrates, 3 g fiber, 1 g protein

Options: Be creative! Try to make the treat using other fruits or vegetables. Instead of the carrot and celery, try tomato slices, cucumber slices, broccoli florets, orange segments, grapes or apple slices. Also try your Turtle Treat with peanut butter, soy butter or low-fat yogurt for some added flavor.

Material funded by USDA SNAP. This institution is an equal opportunity provider & employer. For more information on SNAP or FDP, visit www.eagleadventure.com.

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Fruit Snake

(Nannawaa’ Sinti’)

You will need: • • • •

2 small bananas 4 raisins Small plate Butter knife

What to do: 1. Wash hands; get out ingredients and utensils. 2. Peel banana and use butter knife to cut banana in half lengthwise. 3. Place 2 banana halves on small plate end to end, in an “s” shape. 4. Add raisins to the top of banana as eyes. 5. Enjoy your Fruit Snake.

Price per recipe: $0.46 Makes 2 Fruit Snakes Nutrition Facts per serving: 90 calories, 0 g fat, 0 mg cholesterol, 0 mg sodium, 24 g carbohydrates, 3 g fiber, 1 g protein

Options: Be creative! Try to make the snake using other fruits or vegetables. Instead of the banana, try slices of kiwifruit, grapes, sliced bananas or berries. Yogurt or peanut butter could be added to the top for more flavor. Add a sliver of apple or other fruit to the end of the snake for a tongue.

Material funded by USDA SNAP. This institution is an equal opportunity provider & employer. For more information on SNAP or FDP, visit www.eagleadventure.com.

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Vegetable Snake

(Nannawaa’ Sinti’) Price per recipe: $0.90 Makes 2 Vegetable Snakes Nutrition Facts per serving: 25 calories, 0 g fat, 0 mg cholesterol, 0 mg sodium, 5 g carbohydrates, 2 g fiber, 2 g protein

You will need: • 1 small cucumber • 1 small tomato or 2 grape tomatoes • Small plate • Butter knife • Sharp knife (adult use)

Options: Be creative! Try to make the snake using other fruits or vegetables. Instead of the cucumber slices, try carrot slices, tomato slices, celery slices, raisins or sliced berries. Lowfat or fat-free dressing or peanut butter could be added to the top for more flavor.

Adults: Use a sharp knife to slice the cucumber and tomato into thin slices crosswise.

What to do: 1. Wash hands; get out ingredients and utensils. 2. Wash ingredients. 3. Put cucumber slices on small plate to form a snake. 4. Add 2 slices of grape tomatoes for eyes. 5. Enjoy your Vegetable Snake.

Material funded by USDA SNAP. This institution is an equal opportunity provider & employer. For more information on SNAP or FDP, visit www.eagleadventure.com.

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Pear Rabbit

(Chokfi’ Takolo Ibish Falaa’) You will need: • • • • •

3 canned pear halves 3 raisins Small plate Butter knife Can opener (adult use)

What to do: 1. Wash hands; get out ingredients and utensils. 2. Place 2 pear halves, flat side down, on a small plate to make the body. 3. Use butter knife to cut a tail, ears and feet from another pear half. Add each part to the body. 4. Use butter knife to cut 1 raisin in half and place on small end for eyes. 5. Enjoy your Pear Rabbit.

Price per recipe: $0.93 Makes 1 Pear Rabbit Nutrition Facts per serving: 60 calories, 0 fat, 0 mg cholesterol, 0 mg sodium, 16 g carbohydrates, 2 g fiber, 0 g protein

Adults: Using can opener, open pear halves and discard sharp edged lid.

Options: Be creative! Try to make the rabbit using other fruits or vegetables. Instead of the pear, try canned peach or nectarine halves or fresh fruits such as pears, apples or peaches.

Material funded by USDA SNAP. This institution is an equal opportunity provider & employer. For more information on SNAP or FDP, visit www.eagleadventure.com.

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Hiding Rabbits

(Chokfi’ Hooloma)

You will need: • • • • • • •

2 celery stalks 1 small cauliflower floret 2 tablespoons peanut butter Small plate Butter knife Sharp knife (adult use) Measuring spoons

Adults: Use a sharp knife to cut off the ends of celery. Cut each celery stalk in half and the cauliflower floret into 4 smaller pieces.

Options: Be creative! Add ants or other critters to your log by adding raisins or tomatoes attached with peanut butter. Or, instead of celery and cauliflower, use carrots and broccoli. Fat-free cream cheese or low-fat yogurt may be used instead of peanut butter.

Price per recipe: $0.66 Makes 2 Hiding Rabbits Nutrition Facts per serving: 120 calories, 8 g fat, 0 mg cholesterol, 150 mg sodium, 7 g carbohydrates, 3 g fiber, 5 g protein

What to do: 1. Wash hands; get out ingredients and utensils. 2. Wash ingredients. 3. Place one piece of celery in center of plate with the center facing up. 4. Use butter knife to spread peanut butter on top edges. 5. Place second piece of celery on top forming a log. 6. Place cauliflower florets on ends of log, securing with remaining peanut butter. 7. Enjoy your Hiding Rabbit.

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Eagle Nest

(Osi Impichik) You will need: • 2 canned peach halves • 2 tablespoons (1 ounce) lowfat cottage cheese • 6 raisins • Small plate • Can opener (adult use) • Measuring spoons

Adults: Using can opener, open peaches. Drain juice and discard sharp edged lid.

What to do: 1. Wash hands; get out ingredients and utensils. 2. Place one peach half, cut side up, in center of plate for the nest. 3. Place 1 tablespoon of cottage cheese in center of nest. 4. Place raisins on cottage cheese to make eggs. 5. Enjoy your Eagle Nest.

Price per recipe: $0.41 Makes 2 Eagle’s Nests Nutrition Facts per serving: 50 calories, 0 g fat, 0 mg cholesterol, 55 mg sodium, 12 g carbohydrates, 1 g fiber, 2 g protein

Options: Be creative! Try to make the Eagle Nest using other fruits or vegetables. Instead of the peach, try canned pear halves, canned pineapple rings or fresh peaches. Instead of raisins, try cherry halves, dried cranberries or nuts. Low-fat plain yogurt may be used instead of the cottage cheese.

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Trail Treat

(Hin-Oshi’ Impa’) You will need: Choose two of these  1 cup pretzels  1 cup square corn, rice or wheat cereal*  1 cup round oat cereal*  1 cup popcorn  1 cup goldfish crackers Choose two of these  ¼ cup raisins*  ¼ cup dried cranberries  ¼ cup banana chips  ¼ cup dried pineapple  ¼ cup peanuts*  ¼ cup soy nuts • Large mixing bowl • Stirring spoon • Measuring cups • Snack size plastic food storage bags *Ingredients used for nutritional analysis.

Price per recipe: $0.90 Makes 4 servings, ½ cup each Nutrition Facts per serving: 140 calories, 5 g fat, 0 mg cholesterol, 120 mg sodium, 22 g carbohydrates, 2 g fiber, 4 g protein

What to do: 1. Wash hands; get out utensils. 2. Choose the ingredients you want to use. 3. Measure the suggested amounts of chosen ingredients and add to mixing bowl. 4. Mix ingredients using stirring spoon and divide evenly into 4 storage bags. 5. Enjoy your Trail Treat.

Options: Be creative! Mix and match ingredients each time. Occasionally, add a few minichocolate chips or marshmallows for an extra special sweet treat.

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