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Whether you’re looking for ideas to get your picky eaters to expand their diet, fun tasting games for your next birthday party, or imaginative food-art projects to do on a rainy day, you’ve come to the right place! Here at Fun Food For Me it’s all about letting kids explore the tastes and textures of food through stress-free play and creating delicious masterpieces that they can eat!


Please enjoy the Activities that we’ve posted so far and come back to visit us for many more food-play ideas! You can even share pics of your own Kids’ Creations on our Facebook page or email them to me at funfoodforme@gmail.com and I’ll put them up on the blog for all to see. And don’t forget to check out the recommended section for Helpful Sites as well as links to where you   can get the Allergy-Friendly Goodies  that we love!


Happy playing and eating! 



Fun Food For Me founder


Chocolate Balls

Chocolaty, sticky, gooey and sweet deliciousness with hidden nutrition inside. 

These are so good, I promise no one will mind the mess!

What you’ll need:

2 oz. of your favorite allergy-friendly cookies (we used 5 Jo-Sef’s square cookies)

1 tablespoon ground flax seeds

1 tablespoon coconut

1 tablespoon ground nuts (optional)

2 tablespoons of chocolate syrup

Toppings: Sprinkles, chocolate crunchies, coconut, Enjoy Life granola

Gallon-sized Ziploc bags for crushing cookies, bowls and spoons for mixing ingredients and plates or cute take-home containers for the finished masterpieces.


1. Lay out the toppings in different plates. Place the cookies in a Ziploc bag and have your child crush them into fine crumbs with their fist.

2. Pour the crumbs into a bowl and then add the flax, coconut, and nuts (if using). Mix well. Add the chocolate syrup and stir to combine.

3. Take about a palmful of the mixture and form it into a ball and then roll it in one of the toppings. (If it’s too dry add more chocolate     syrup, too wet add some more flax seed.)

4. Repeat till you finish up all of the mixture.


Note: If you don’t have any chocolate syrup on hand, you can substitute it with 2 teaspoons of cocoa powder, 1 tablespoon of agave nectar or maple syrup and enough water just to make the mixture wet enough for rolling. Start by adding 1 teaspoon of water at a time.


Now, you can watch Maya show you how to make them!