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Edible Bread Painting Activity

Updated October 27, 2017
Edible Bread Painting Activity
Edible Bread Painting Activity
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Turn rainy days from blah and boring to crazy fun with this colorful and tasty Edible Bread Painting Activity that kids will love! If your little artists are always looking for a new project, we've got exactly what they need. This unexpected edible craft for kids lets kids turn each slice of bread into a work of art. All your kids need is some food coloring and a lot of imagination. Your kids will love decorating their sandwiches with lots of color, making this a fantastic idea for picky eaters. Your kids don't have to stop at bread! They can transform cookies, cupcakes, and even pancakes into edible drawings with this craft for kids.

Estimated CostUnder $10

Time to CompleteUnder an hour


Primary TechniqueFood Crafting


Age GroupToddlers, Preschool & Kindergarten

Project TypeMake a Project

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In all my years I have never ever seen bread painted, it is so cool looking! I actually can't wait to try this one out with my niece and nephew...I think there is going to be a lot of bread bought in the weekly shop this week) I hope I can pull this off with them!

I really like this idea, but the sugar mixture just makes it a non-healthy food item. Granted, I will probably still try it with my kids.

This is so creative! Now the kids can help to decorate their lunches.


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