You will need:
- Pudding cups
- Nutter Butter Bites
- Nature Valley Granola Thins
- Black writing icing
- White cake icing (either in a pastry bag or the can/tube with a fitted writing tip)
- Edible markers in pink and black
- Green food coloring
Open up a pudding cup and push any pudding stuck to the top down. Add a layer of "grass" aka colored coconut.
Next up comes that pesky groundhog. Your base is the granola thin. Then use icing to glue on two Nutter Butters for ears. Then use the white and black icing to pipe on eyes. Your edible markers made a cute nose and mouth easily. Then using the icing pair again to create some "buck teeth".
Then just shove that groundhog down into his hole. If you are making these ahead of time for a classroom, I would shove him in his pudding cup very last minute so the granola bar does not get soggy.
Serve up and enjoy as you wait to see whether or not the groundhog will predict snow or sun for the next six weeks.
I am joining in with some other ladies today to bring you tons of Groundhog Day fun. Visit these blogs for more ideas.
Groundhog Day Printables from Mrs. Greene
Groundhog Day Puppet from Just Paint It
Groundhog Day Face from 30 Minute Crafts