To spring or not to spring, that is the question coming up in a matter of a week. All of our end of winter hopes is placed in one groundhog known as Punxsutawney Phil and whether or not he sees his shadow, come the beginning of February. Whether you believe the tradition or not, these Groundhog Toasts are a fun way to talk to your kids about the wacky traditions we have here in America. Oh, and they make for a tasty and easy breakfast too.
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Making your own Groundhog Toasts is incredibly simple! Here is a photo tutorial to show you how exactly to make them?
1. Cut 2 large and 2 small circles out of a piece of bread. Cut the bottom ends off too.
2. Slather peanut butter over another slice of bread. You can toast it beforehand or not, your choice!
3. Add the large circles onto the bread, for the cheeks.
4. Add the smaller circles onto the bread for the eyes.
5. Add the end pieces onto the bread for the ears.
6. A raspberry nose!
7. And blueberry eyes.
8. Don’t forget the final touch, 2 almond slices for those giant teeth.
Whether or not Punxsutawney Phil sees his shadow, these groundhog toasts make for the cutest breakfast!Print
- Prep Time: 10 mins
- Cook Time: 2 mins
- Total Time: 12 mins
- Yield: 1 Groundhog Toast 1x
- 2 slices of bread
- peanut butter
- 2 blueberries
- 1 raspberry
- 2 almond slices
- Toast one of the pieces of bread (optional).
- Cut 2 circles out of the other slice of bread using a cookie cutter for the cheeks.
- Cut 2 smaller circles for the eyes.
- Cut the bottom end pieces for the ears
- Spread peanut butter over the toasted piece of bread.
- Assemble the face as seen in the photo tutorial above.
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I’d love see your recreations of these Groundhog Toasts! If you make them at home with your kiddos, be sure to tag @forkandbeans on Instagram so I can see and smile at them. I love seeing what you make at home!
These are so cute! I’m a little concerned that the graphic says these are “for kids” – I am hoping that “kids at heart” are included too 😉
These really are freaking cute though.
You didn’t see the fine print, did you? The asterisk implies for the kid at heart 😛