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This is more of a snack than an appetizer, it is also part 3 of a 7 part series on eating an apple a day for a week.

It is a fairly simple recipe, three ingredients and lots of fun in the making, it should be a must in any kids lunchbox.

I will be compiling this series in a collection you can find here.

If I won the formlabs contest, I would begin making useful pieces with the 3D printer.

I have seen the printers before and I have a million ideas running through my head as to what I could make!

Step 1: The Method

First, you need to make sure you have a red apple with no blemishes.

Next you will have to cut two slices about the same size.

Make sure there are no seeds or seed cases on the slices, if there are any, trim them off to make it look as neat as possible.

Step 2:

Now we have to cut a larger 3rd slice and divide it into sections like the photo shows, cut out these sections to make the teeth, we only need 5 of these but I made 6 just in case 1 broke.

This is where the peanut butter comes in.

Spread a layer onto the apple slices, make sure it is thick enough to hold the teeth and then start inserting the teeth.

If the teeth start falling over put some more PB on them, the amount shown was enough for mine to stay put.

You will insert 4 of the sections as teeth and the 5th section will be put in the back as a support.

place the top of the mouth on at this point in time and you are finished!

Thanks for viewing, please vote and enjoy!

<p>Cool Ible I decided to make one of my own check it out <a href="https://www.instructables.com/id/Scary-Halloween-apple-mouths/" rel="nofollow">here</a></p>
<p>Hey, it got featured!</p><p>Good job, keep up the good work!</p>
<p>Very cute! You should enter this Ible in the Halloween Food Contest!</p>
<p>Sure will!</p><p>Be sure to vote *please*!</p>
<p>Voted for you in the apple and formalabs contests :)</p>
<p>Thanks!</p>
<p>Ha! Nicely done.</p>
<p>Thanks!</p>

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