Fun Christmas Bells

Fun Christmas Bells

I’m always looking for new ways to serve food and as we’re in the middle of moving (ahhh) I am more time poor than usual. Dishes like Bubble and Squeak tick my boxes as I can throw whatever veggies I have in with some mashed potato, roast in the oven and voila a simple meal for breakfast, lunch or dinner packed with nutrients.

I am not usually happy with the outcome of molds – but this time they worked a treat.

Check out my very simple, fun food bells.

Christmas meals for kids


– Bubble and Squeak

– Flat leaf spinach

– Cherry tomato


1. Push the B & S into the mold.

Christmas Bells - 1 Bell (1 of 1)

2. Then add another bell.

Christmas Bells -  2 bells (1 of 1)

3. Add some slices of cherry tomatoes for the tops of the bells.

Christmas Bells -  3 tomatoes (1 of 1)

4. Then I cut some of the spinach leaves to make bows (I used my kitchen scissors).

Christmas Bells -  4 bows (1 of 1)

5. But realised the bells were too near the top of the plate and the bottom ribbons too long ….

Healthy Christmas food

Ding dong …. time to eat.

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I love to present good, hearty, healthy food beautifully.
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2 Responses to Fun Christmas Bells

  1. Mukta says:

    I love the way you present your food. Healthy food presented so creatively will appeal to both kids and grownups. I find that my son eats well when I present it in some fun shapes. Recently I used molds to cut bread in heart and flower shapes to make garlic bread to be served with soup…my son was so fascinated by the hearts and flowers.

    I write a blog about healthy food for babies and toddlers…when I clicked sweet potato fries…I kept sweet potato fries in the shape of a sun…my son said it was a star..close enough I guess 🙂

    • Judith says:

      Hi Mukta, thanks for your kind words. I have found presentation to be everything (regardless of age) when it comes to food !!
      I checked out your blog and love some of your recipes. We all love Indian food so it’ll make a great reference when we want to try something new.
      I too make a lot of sauces etc. myself as I hate all the additional non-essential and scary ingredients 🙂

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