As usual, Pinterest had a wealth of ideas to choose from, like these little grape frogs from Kara’s Party Ideas. They’re simple and sweet.
Or these green apple frogs that were featured on Babble:
Continuing with the healthy snack theme, how about these bell pepper frogs? The instructions at Homestead Survival call for grilling them, but I think my kids would prefer eating them raw. We love bell peppers — especially when they’re cold and crisp!
For more substantial fare, try a frog sandwich, like these from Mark Northeast:
Or this one from Little Food Junction. Doesn’t it look yummy?
And for dessert, we have all kinds of choices. You could serve these froggy cookies from CandiQuik…
… or these ice cream frogs from Dryer’s. Eat ’em fast, before they melt!
And if you are really crafty, you can whip up a batch of cute cupcakes. I couldn’t find instructions for these, but if you’ve worked with fondant before, it should be pretty easy to duplicate the design by looking at this picture from Flickr:
So those are my favorite froggie treats. For more fun food ideas, follow me on Pinterest. And, again, we wish you the “hoppiest” of Leap Days!