Pinguin Bites

Introduction: Pinguin Bites

This is very funny looking and cheerful recipe to get the party started.


Step 1: Ingredients

Here is a list of the ingredients:

- A medium size carrot
- About 150g large olives without pits
- A pack of soft feta cheese
- Some toothpicks

Step 2: Preparing the Olives and the Carrot

First i washed the carrot and cut it in to rings to make the legs of the pinguins, I cut  a triangle part out of the rings to so the became more like a pair of legs. Than i cut small square pieces of carrot, i made them round from one of the sides to make them with beak a like shape. I stuffed them in to the holes from the pitted olives and the head was ready. 

Step 3:

For the pinguins' body i cut a piece along the olive (about 1/3 ) and filled it with feta cheese. After that i used a toothpick to connect the three parts and added some snow balls effect with small cheese balls in the tray next to the pinguins.

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    19 Discussions

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    cjarke
    cjarke

    8 years ago on Step 3

    So adorable!!! Perfect for winter! Thanks for sharing.

    I would think that instead of a carrot, use cheese that's been shaped into a tube. I normally don't eat olives but a friend of mine says that cheese goes better with olives than carrots.

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    chetaev
    chetaev

    Reply 9 years ago on Introduction

    You could also use pickled carrots; they go amazingly well with olives. The vinegar taste...

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    cloudifornia
    cloudifornia

    Reply 9 years ago on Introduction

    You got that right! Pickled anything is good. Except pigs feet.

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    S189
    S189

    9 years ago on Introduction

    Hehe, these are awesome! Thanks for the how-to!

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    bigmama1079
    bigmama1079

    9 years ago on Introduction

    Love it. I am so making these for my St. Patty's day party.