How to Make Ocean Food Art For Your Kids From Canned Food

Friday, June 19, 2020

This is a sponsored post in partnership with Cans Get You Cooking. All opinions are my own.
How to Make Ocean Food Art For Your Kids From Canned Food

During these uncertain times it helps to find comfort in foods that you know will always bring you tastiness and value! This is why canned foods are so important. They are a great way to connect with your family at the dining room table when your days are filled with stress. Plus they are always there for you in your pantry when you need them. This is why I made today's food art meal out of canned foods. They are nutritious and fun too!

How to Make Ocean Food Art For Your Kids From Canned Food

If you've followed me in the past you know that I love making under the sea themed lunches, but I've never made one like this before. Because right now many of us are making food to eat at our houses, I thought I would use that as inspiration for an at home lunch idea. This meal features protein, veggies, and fruit from cans in your pantry. If your kids are into nature, boats, and ocean life, then try this meal the next time you need a little comfort at the dinner table.


How to Make Ocean Food Art For Your Kids From Canned Food

Did you know that fresh fruits and veggies are harvested at the peak of freshness and canned within four hours, which seals in their nutrition and flavor? Maybe that's what helps this meal taste so good. From carrots, to salmon, to corn, this lunch has everything! Here is what I used to make it so you can try it for your family as well.

How to Make Ocean Food Art For Your Kids From Canned Food

Ocean Plants: Canned Asparagus and Canned Green Beans
Sand: Canned White Corn
Octopus: Canned Vienna Sausage and Canned Peas
Crab: Canned Beets
Fish: Canned Salmon (of course), Canned Peas, and Bread
Starfish: Caned Carrots
Boats and Waves: Canned Peas, Canned Peaches, and Bread
Sun: Canned Carrots

How to Make Ocean Food Art For Your Kids From Canned Food

So the next time that you're ordering from the store, make sure to check your pantry first. Because canned foods are there for you when you need them, make sure to stock up on this nutritious staple that brings comfort to your table. To find out more, check out www.cansgetyoucooking.com!

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