This Simba inspired snack is as tasty as it is adorable!
Picky pre-schoolers will love eating their veggies when they’re paired with tasty hummus that resembles The Lion King’s very own Simba.
- 1/4 pack of hummus, store-bought or from your favourite recipe
- Wax paper
- 1/2 red pepper, seeds removed
- 1 whole wheat tortilla
- 1 flour tortilla
- 1 red radish
- 1 pitted black olive
Use a 3" round cookie cutter to cut circles from the flour tortilla and the whole wheat tortilla.
Cut a crescent shape from the flour tortilla, for Simba's mouth. Trim the sides of the whole wheat tortilla to make the bridge of Simba's nose. Cut ears from the scraps of the whole wheat tortilla.
Put a scoop of hummus in the centre of a small plate and add the tortilla nose and mouth
Cut a radish in half. Use two thin slices for the eyes, and trim the other half to look like a red nose. Cut the red pepper into curvy strips, and place them around the hummus face, as a mane. Add tortilla ears. Finish with sliced olives as pupils, and strips of olive as eyebrows.