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Guatemalan Fruit by the Foot™ Flag

  • Prep 30 min
  • Total 30 min
  • Ingredients 5
  • Servings 1

Ingredients

1
slice of whole grain bread
2
tablespoons whipped cream cheese
1
blue strip from the Fruit by the Foot™ Flavor Mixers box
1
purple strip from the Fruit by the Foot™ Flavor Mixers box
1
Fruit Roll-Up from the Fruit by the Foot™ box Flavor Mixers containing green, red and yellow

Nutrition Information

NUTRITION INFORMATION PER SERVING

Serving Size: 1 Serving
% Daily Value
% Daily Value*:
Exchanges:
Free
*Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
No nutrition information available for this recipe

Expert Tips

This is a great way to get the kids involved to learn more about the symbolism of the Guatemalan flag.

Hispanic Heritage month is here and there are many countries that gained their independence around the same time. Guatemala is one of those countries. How about celebrating with a flag made with Fruit by the Foot™ and toast?

Directions

  • 1 Toast the bread.
  • 2 Cut the crust off the bread to you’re left with a rectangular piece.
  • 3 Cover the toast with cream cheese.
  • 4 Place 3 strips of blue vertically one next to the other on both sides of the rectangle to create the two strips of blue on the Guatemalan flag.
  • 5 Before pealing off the green strip from the paper, use your marker to draw 3 curves to simulate the laurel wreath and quetzal shield, peel the paper and place in the middle of the flag.
  • 6 Cut 2 thin red strips and place on top like the two rifles.
  • 7 Cut a small square to use as parchment in the middle of the shield.
  • 8 Finally, cover one of the crusts from the bread and cover it with violet strip of Fruit by the Foot™, add a bit of cream cheese on one side and stick to the flag to cover the handle.

Hispanic Heritage month is here and there are many countries that gained their independence around the same time. Guatemala is one of those countries. How about celebrating with a flag made with Fruit by the Foot™ and toast?

Rate and Comment

Dariela Cruz Dariela Cruz
September 23, 2015

Hispanic Heritage month is here and there are many countries that gained their independence around the same time. Guatemala is one of those countries. How about celebrating with a flag made with Fruit by the Foot™ and toast?