How many times in your life have you heard someone telling a child not to play with their food? I can tell you I heard it as a kid probably eleven thousand times, but to be honest I’ve tried not to say it to my own kids.
Edible Paint: Please play with your food!
In the 9 year old’s words: “The Noshi Paint is so much fun! It kind of reminds me of an applesauce pouch, except it’s got a smaller opening so it doesn’t come out as fast. Plus it’s got fun flavors with color so you can really see what you are making with the paint. AND it tastes delicious! I enjoyed it!”
Noshi Food Paint is a condiment like maple syrup or strawberry sauce, except it comes in tubes – small enough for kids’ hands – that they can use to decorate their food. I keep thinking of more ways to use this fun and delicious food paint!
Noshi Food Paint is organic, gluten-free and healthy. It has low sugar content so it’s a really great option to let kids have some fun with their food. Making cookies, but don’t want the kids to pile on the sugary candy? Let them paint their cookies! The tubes are really easy to squeeze, so even if your kiddo is struggling with fine motor skills, they can successfully use these food paints.
Grab some Noshi Edible Food Paint for just $6.99 on Amazon! Having a playdate? Birthday party? Grab a bunch of sets!
A bright smiley face on a simple piece of toast? Games like tic tac toe? A fun little extra flavoring on a fruit pie? A different way to top a fruit pizza? A must have take-along when families go out to eat with the kids or to a big family dinner! The options for this edible fruit paint are endless, and with three great fruity flavors (peach, blueberry and strawberry), kids can use their breakfast, lunch and dinner as their canvas to create delicious masterpieces!
I’d rather my family have fun with their food and enjoy the togetherness of family meal times than sit and not talk much. Playing with our food gives us shared moments, often ridiculous ones, but it gets us laughing and loosened up. It’s also a great way to get kids to be focused on what they are eating and that may encourage some kids, especially picky ones, to eat a bit more in a sitting or to try something new because it’s their creative masterpiece!
These edible paints make a great gift idea for the kids who have “everything” or budding artists. Make a fun themed gift with a box of pancake or waffle mix, or a kid-sized apron and some Noshi food paint to make it even more special. It’s a great family gift for kids or kids AND parents!
Kristine Nicole Alessandra says
This could be the answer to the problem with a picky eater! My little nephew is such a picky eater and his mother has been trying all sorts of ways to get him to eat his meals. I will call my cousin today and let her know about this edible paint.
Amy H says
My little one would love this! We are always trying to find a creative way to get her to eat her meals.
Ruth I says
Oh wow. My niece would go nuts over this! It’s creative and fun! Love this idea.
My kids would love to play tic tac toe with their food LOL. This is a cute activity – as long as they still eat their food!
Marcie W. says
Wow, this is such an awesome concept! My kids are creative and would love to explore with food paint. It definitely makes for easy (and tasty!) cleanup too.
Sarah Bailey says
Ok i would have loved this when I was younger, in fact I could even see me playing with it now. I mean why not play with your food after all!