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DIY Apple Monsters

Hey DIYers! Today's DIY is a food DIY! I haven't done one in forever, so I thought today was the perfect day for one. These DIY Apple Monsters are perfect for kids, and especially kid parties!

What you'll need: (This makes 4 monsters)
- 1 Granny Smith (green) apple
- 1 strawberry
- Mini marshmallows
- Sunflower seeds
- Mini chocolate chips
- Peanut Butter
- Butter knife

1. Cut up a granny smith apple into 4 thick slices (as shown in the photo below!)
2. Cut out a small slit in the back of the apple slices, but don't cut it all the way through to the other side of the apple. This will act as the mouth!
3. Using a butter knife, put a light layer of peanut butter in the "mouth hole".
4.  Slice a thin piece of strawberry, and stick it to the peanut butter on the bottom of the "mouth hole".
5. Poke the sunflower seeds in the top of the "mouth hole". They should go through the apple a little bit! These will act as the monster's teeth!
6. Cut a sliver of a mini marshmallow and use it as an eye. It should be a little sticky from the gelatin. You can choose for the apple monster to have one, two, or even three eyes!
7. Stick a mini chocolate chip on the other sticky side of the marshmallow to act as the pupil!

You're done!

I hope you enjoyed this food DIY of DIY Apple Monsters! The best part about this snack is that it's cute AND healthy! Stay tuned for the next DIY!


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