Fun Veggie Humpty

Veggie Humpty

Real egg and Humpty Dumpty was just too tempting!! I made a fun food veggie version but the mini chefs panned my wall and said it was too wide and too low. I was forced to go back and re-model and I have to admit that once again they were right … sigh. Humpty did look a lot better perched up high with absolutely no fear of falling …..

Healthy meals for children

Recipe

– Steamed carrots – for the wall (and Humpty’s hat) (Sweet potato/pumpkin are good alternatives)

– Boiled egg

– I used broccoli, peas and corn for the bushes and plants

– I used peas and corn for his face

– Wholemeal pasta spirals for arms and legs

Method

1. Steam the carrot in large pieces so it’s easy to cut “bricks” from the pieces.

Veggie Humpty - 1 Carrot Wall

Exact rectangles are not necessary. And remember I re-built my wall taller and thinner (on the advice of the mini-chefs).

2. Cut the bottom of the boiled egg off and place on the wall.

Veggie Humpty - 2 Egg on Wall

3. Add some pasta legs (tuck them under the egg) which I achieved more successfully on the higher wall.

Veggie Humpty - 3 + legs

4. Then some pasta arms. I cut little slits (very carefully) into the egg to slot them into.

Veggie Humpty - 4 + arms

If you rest the arms on the wall they are relatively stable.

5. I cut holes for eyes nose and mouth.

Veggie Humpty - 5 Face

Then used two peas for eyes and a piece of corn for the nose.

6. I placed broccoli, peas and corn around the base of the wall.

Veggie Humpty - 6 Bushes

7. No Humpty would be complete without attire so I gave him a jaunty hat cut from carrot.

Veggie Humpty - 7 plus hat

8. Then I redid the wall so he was much higher.

Healthy food for children

And looked much better.

The Art of Nutrition
Fun, healthy, creative food for kids big and small..

About Judith

I love to present good, hearty, healthy food beautifully.
Tagged , . Bookmark the permalink.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *