Are you ready to monkey around? Wanna get a little wild 'n wacky?
We've pulled together ten of our favorite animal recipes from Tablespoon and a few other sites around the web. From sweet to savory, you're sure to find a treat here that has you squealing like a macaw!Click on titles or photos to see recipe.
Whether you're topping off tomato soup, or a classic vegetable stew, fish-shaped croutons swim around in a dish and brighten the entire meal with whimsy and flavor.
There's no need to spend your hard earned money on crackers that contain who-knows-what ingredients! Try making your own animal cracker cookies at home with this simple, delicious recipe from Gold Medal Flour!
Remember those sprinkled pink and white cookies you loved when you were a kid? Here's a fun, homemade version that will have you remembering exactly how fun it is to eat cookies with sprinkles!
Invite the kids (and kids at heart) in your life to enjoy a healthy version of chips and dip with this fun, simple recipe! Homemade chips are cut into zoo animal shapes and turned into a totally delicious, dippable snack!
Easily the cutest fall cake you could imagine -- full of delicious
Since it's pretty much impossible to make cinnamon rolls any cuter than bite-sized teddy bear faces, this recipe is a winner, for sure! Icing turns a round roll into a cute little bear face, and a few simple embellishments personalize it into pure deliciousness!
They already love hot dogs -- so make 'em look the part!
Diving into this Zebra cake isn't just delicious, it's a treat for the senses! Chocolate and vanilla cake mix is layered together to create stunning zebra stripes in this gorgeous cake. This recipe was submitted by a Tablespoon.com member!
Trying to get your kids to eat meat loaf? Just make it more fun!
Sometimes simple ideas are the very best ideas of all! Such is the case with these basic pretzels, carefully dipped to become ladybugs! How ca-ute is that? While you're at it, check out the original blog post for endless ideas for a ladybug themed party.Brooke blogs at CheekyKitchen.com where she shares fun family recipes. She joined Tablespoon to share some of her best, so keep an eye on Brooke’s profile to see what she cooks up next!
Tell us what animal-shaped foods you've made!