How to Make Watermelon Windmill Snacks for Fussy Toddlers!

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I remember going to Halnaker windmill, near Chichester, as a child with my grandparents. We’ve a photo somewhere, about twenty years old! My grandparents lived in Bognor Regis; my nana still living there now actually. We visited recently and had a fab stay at the Haven site near Pagham. I’d def recommend the area as there was loads to do with the little man 🙂

W is for Watermelon!

For this A-Z post, I focus on the letter “W”. Watermelon and various other fruits I had to hand make up this pretty windmill. It took zero effort and had maximum impact. Job done 🙂 You could make a windmill using any fruit you have to hand – melon, banana, apple slices – anything goes!healthy fun food for children fruit bristol south west mum blogger

The main thing is to have fun! Be sure to share your creations with me in Pinterest or Instagram too 🙂

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  1. […] This type of fun breakfast only takes a few minutes to prep and you could make it dairy free by using a soya based yogurt if you prefer. Other alternatives to the banana could be a peach or apricot slice. Literally anything goes when it comes to fun food. Let your imagination run wild! There are loads more watermelon fun food ideas to try on the blog. Check out our watermelon pizza here and our watermelon windmill here! […]

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