Teddy bear toast

I‘m always on the lookout for really easy recipes that my sons can make (there’s not always enough time for baking). I saw this super-cute teddy bear toast idea here and had to try.

Teddy bear toast

All you need to make this sweet breakfast is toast, banana, raisins, butter/margarine, cinnamon and sugar*.

Teddy bear toast

Pretty lovely huh!

Teddy bear toast

Check out the full recipe at kidssoup.com. *For the sugar/cinnamon sprinkle we just mixed a teaspoon of caster sugar with a pinch of cinnamon. Yum!

Teddy bear toast

28 thoughts on “Teddy bear toast

  1. Reminds me of the “Hunny Bunnies” my Mom made for my brothers and me when we were small. She cut out circles of sandwiches with a donut cutter The small circles became the ears. Faces were made of maraschino cherries, raisins, even slices of pimento stuffed olives. We had to eat the cut-away crusts before we could eat the bunny.

    1. Sounds really cute Jim….your Mum sounds lovely!

      My Mum used to make me sugar sandwiches and I thought they were the bees knees…yum!

  2. I love this toast so much. I just wanted to let you know that I’ve posted a link to you and this today! Thank you for your ever steady paired down design! I can count on your site. “Unbearably” cute!

  3. This looks fab, I will do it for my 2 years old, thanks for sharing, I send your website to many of my friends.

  4. This is so cute! Simple and pretty healthy, too. Teacakes or hot cross buns would work nicely for a freckly bear and I bet almond butter would be brilliant if you want to avoid the cinnamon sugar. :)

  5. What an extremely cute breakfast idea. I am hosting a Teddy Bears in the Park Picnic with some friends and their little bubbies and may create little teddy bear muffins etc based on this idea. Thanks for sharing!

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