This cheery vegetable Santa salad will brighten up your Christmas feast!
What You'll Need:
Large tomato slices
Green olives with pimentos
It's easy to put a Santa on every plate at Christmas dinner! Wash all vegetables. Cut tomatoes into 1/2-inch-thick slices, one for each Santa. Have an adult help you with the sharp knife! Slice a few green olives. Lay the tomato slice on a plate and add the green olives for Santa's eyes.
Use a radish slice for his nose, and cut a radish half moon for his mouth.
Carefully spoon cottage cheese on and around the tomato for Santa's hair and beard. You can broil the tomato slices in a toaster oven before you begin. Hot or cold, these Santas are delicious!
Was your Santa Salad tasty? Great! Now it's time to get down to making some good old fashioned arts & crafts. In the next section, learn how to make keepsake quilts.
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