Have you ever heard of Fairy Bread? I hadn’t either until we moved to Australia. At almost every child’s birthday party, fairy bread is served. It is essentially white bread, spread with some butter and topped with sprinkles. It can’t get any easier than that right? So for a Valentine’s Day treat, give the usual fairy bread a loving twist by making some Heart Shaped Fairy Bread.
Heart Shaped Fairy Bread
What you need:
- White bread
- Heart Shaped Cutter
How to Make Heart Shaped Fairy Bread:
- Cut heart shapes of white bread using the heart shaped cutter.
- Spread a thin layer of butter over the heart shaped bread.
- Cover it generously with sprinkles. The butter allows the sprinkles to stick to the bread.
Serve and enjoy!
Alternatively, you could make a heart shaped fairy bread sandwich. This also helps avoid waste, because it makes use of the off cut or border of the heart shape cut out. Spread the butter on a whole piece of white bread. Generously top this slice with sprinkles. Then place the piece of bread with a heart cut out on top.
This post is part of a Valentine/Friendship Kindergarten Study Unit. Visit all these other amazing sites to get more Valentines themed Kindergarten activities and learning ideas….
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Cardboard Hearts Hand Eye Coordination from Sugar Aunts
Love Heart Number Bonds to Ten by Adventures of Adam
Kindergarten Valentine’s Day Activities from Something 2 Offer
Valentine’s Day Initial Sound Matching Activity by Play & Learn Everyday
Kindergarten Valentine’s Day Reading List and Story Extension by Crafty Mama in ME
Kindergarten Perfect Valentines Experiment by Thriving STEM
Heart Shaped Fairy Bread by Kidz Activities
Printable Valentine Coloring Book Pictures from Sight and Sound Reading
Gross Motor TBD by Tiny Tots Adventures
Couscous Hearts by Squiggles and Bubbles
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