Looking for creative food ideas? Check out this easy to make berry owl and find many more food art recipes at Driscoll's!
- 1/4 Package (6 ounces each) Driscoll's Blueberries, about 22 berries
- 3 Tablespoons honey, peanut butter or nut butter
- 3 Driscoll's Strawberries, sliced
- 1 banana
- 2 raw almonds
- 2 pancakes, one mini sized and one regular sized, homemade or store-bought
Hull and slice two strawberries into ¼- inch slices, making a total of 6 slices. Slice remaining strawberry, one slice for the beak and two smaller slices for the ears, set aside. Slice 2 round ¼ - inch pieces of the banana for the eyes, with the remaining banana slice horizontally. Place the mini pancake for the head and the regular pancake for the body on your serving plate. Spread a layer, your choice of honey, peanut or nut butter on both pancakes.
Assemble Berry Owl’s Head:
Place the 2 round banana pieces on the mini pancake, followed by placing a blueberry in the center of each banana eye. Next place the sliced strawberry pieces on the mini pancake, one slice for the beak and the two smaller slices for the ears.
Assemble Berry Owl’s Body:
Starting from the top of the regular size pancake:
Rows 1-3: place about 4 blueberries across the pancake.
Row 4: place about 3 blueberries across the pancake.
Row 5: place about 2 blueberries across the pancake.
Row 6: place about 3 blueberries across the pancake.
To form the wings; place 3 slices of strawberries tips pointing downwards on each side of the blueberries. Place the horizontal sliced banana under the owl’s body, ending by placing 2 almonds under the blueberries for its feet.