How to Make a Quack Quack Chicken Dinner!

Want to make dinner fun but strapped for time?!

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Yep, a silly post but fun nevertheless. Q is for Quack Quack chicken dinner! Q should also be for QUICK. Because this type of food presentation really did not take long at all.

And it can make all the difference between my toddler boy eating his dinner and not eating his dinner! Why not try it out?

A simple take on a regular roast chicken dinner!

I basically took the chicken breast, sliced it and made some chickens. I used an edible ink pen to draw on the plate.

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I then added some trees and grass using the veggies we had.

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And voila, quack quack chicken dinner. Little b has already eaten on of the “chicks” before daddy has finished serving up his gravy!

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This dinner was super quick and easy to prepare for my boy. If you want other fun ideas for dinner times, check out our Bear Hunt roast dinner and our mashed potato sheep. Really simple yet effective things to try when you have a little one that won’t try their veg!

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0 comments

  1. very cute. My concern would be that once I starting doing something like this, she would expect it every time. Good for you for finding new and creative ways to get a difficult eater interested #KCACOLS

  2. Very sweet. Food was good till our girlie came along, now I gave the chance to make it more interesting like this. Thanks #KCAKOLS

  3. I so need to do this in my house! My kids have this thing against eating chicken but its the one meat that i can cook quickly!!! Thanks for the post i will def use your ideas! #KCACOLS

  4. This is great! I love the idea!! You are very creative!!! I don\’t think I could do something like that.The far we have gone is to do a happy face!! LOL Thanks so much for sharing this fun post at #KCACOLS. I would love to see you again on Sunday! 🙂 xx

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