Are you looking for a fun and healthy activity to do with your kids? Look no further than banana sushi! This simple and creative snack is a perfect way to get your kids excited about healthy eating while also teaching them important kitchen skills. Oh my gosh, we had so much fun making this!
Banana sushi is a fun twist on traditional sushi that replaces the fish and rice with bananas and other fun ingredients. Kids will love getting creative with their toppings, which can include everything from M&Ms, to coconut, to granola, to rice krispies.
Not only is banana sushi a tasty snack, but it also provides a great opportunity for parents to teach their kids important kitchen skills. From slicing and dicing fruit to rolling the sushi, there are plenty of tasks that will help your child develop their fine motor skills and hand-eye coordination. However, if you have a toddler, like me, it’s the perfect opportunity to make a big mess in your kitchen.
One of the best things about banana sushi is that it can be customized to fit your child’s dietary needs and preferences. Whether your child is vegan, gluten-free, or has other dietary restrictions, you can easily adapt this recipe to meet their needs.
So what are you waiting for? Gather up your ingredients and get ready to roll some banana sushi with your kids! This fun and easy activity is sure to become a favorite in your household, and it may even inspire your little ones to get more involved in the kitchen.
HOW TO MAKE BANANA SUSHI
INGREDIENTS WE USED:
-Melt chocolate chips on a plate to make it easy to roll your banana.
-Coat the entire banana in melted chocolate
-Roll the coated banana in one of your toppings
-Slice into small sushi-like pieces
-Repeat with all your ingredients!
Can you use something besides melted chocolate for the coating?
Absolutely! You can use anything really that will bind the ingredients to the banana. You can use peanut butter or almond butter, honey, whipped cream, caramel, etc. Get creative here!
What other toppings can you use?
The sky is the limit here too! You could use crushed Oreos, crushed graham crackers, granola, other small candy, chocolate chips, different types of cereal, and so much more!
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