Now spiders may not be everyone’s cup of tea but this is a fun, cute strawberry one that would be delicious for breakfast.
The web looks time consuming but actually it’s not hard to put together and surprisingly quick.
– Oats – I used wholegrain and soaked them in milk so they were softened
– Strawberry cut in half for the spider’s body (any fruit would be OK)
– Raisins for the spiders legs (or small blueberries)
– Blueberry cut in half for the eyes (or raisins/dates)
– I used yoghurt for detail
1. Make a rough circle from the oats in the middle and then make 6 diagonal lines. I used a teaspoon and fingers to guide the oats.
2. Then make an inner ring from more oats.
3. And then a second.
4. And a third.
5. Now it’s time to add the spider (or not!!)
I used a strawberry cut in half.
6. And then added half a blueberry for each eye and cut raisins in half for the legs.
I also gave him some chelicera (the sticking out bits at the front!!)
7. Then used yoghurt to make detail for the eyes and on the back.
8. And there is my Halloween spider web all ready to eat.
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