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Turn off the TV and tune into your own imagination. Enjoy each moment, allowing your creativity to unfold in the kitchen, craft space or in nature.
Make lunchtime sandwiches a little different for the kids today with this edible house. The ingredients are simple and creating the house itself out of food is really fun for kids (and adults) of any age.
: 10 minutes
: 0 minutes
: 1 serving
2 slices bread
1 red capsicum
1 teaspoon butter
2 slices cheese
1 slice ham (optional)
2 slices carrot
3 broccoli florets
Edible house ingredients
Cut one slice of bread into a large triangle to form the "roof" of the house. Add a little piece on the side to form the "chimney".
Make a roof
Cut one cheese slice into square shapes to form "windows" and add "panes" using thinly sliced red capsicum.
Butter the bread and place the ham and remaining cheese slice on top. Then turn it upside down and place the cheese "windows" and "roof" into position.
Add a door
Cut a "door" into the red capsicum and a little wedge of cheese to form the "handle". Place it into position as well.
Add some carrot "stepping stones" and broccoli "trees" in the garden, then enjoy eating your edible house.
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