Pirate party food

Have a pirate party!

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Make some of my healthy pirate party foods!

Pirate ship

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  • banana

  • strawberries and raspberries

  • low-fat crème fraîche

  • an orange and an apple

  • cocktail sticks

  • rice paper

Try this healthy banana split pirate ship!

Peel a banana and cut it in half lengthways.

Spoon some low-fat crème fraîche inside the banana.

Sit some strawberries and raspberries on top of the crème fraîche – these are the pirates!

Finish it off by adding some apple and orange slices for oars and rice paper on cocktail sticks for the sails.

Desert islands

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  • sugar-free jelly

  • bananas, grapes and berries

  • cocktail sticks

  • green paper

Drop some chopped fruits, like bananas, grapes and berries, into a small jelly mould.

Ask an adult to help you make some sugar-free jelly and pour it on top.

Then put the jelly moulds into the fridge to set.

When they are ready, tip them out onto a plate.

Add palm trees made from cocktail sticks and green paper!

Cannon balls

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  • cantaloupe melon

  • various fruits like apples, kiwis, grapes, strawberries and blackberries

Every pirate ship needs cannon balls!

Ask an adult to cut the melon in half.

Carefully scoop out the flesh using a melon baller.

Ask an adult to help you chop up some apples, kiwis and strawberries.

Put them in the hollow melon halves with the melon balls and some berries and grapes.

Crew's row boats

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  • sugar-free jelly

  • oranges

  • cocktail sticks

  • rice paper

Make some row boats for the crew.

Ask an adult to help you cut some oranges in half.

Carefully scoop out the orange flesh and keep it in the fridge to eat.

Make the jelly and pour it into the hollow orange halves.

Put the orange halves in the fridge until the jelly sets.

Then cut the oranges in halves again to make boats.

Add sails made from cocktail sticks and rice paper.

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