Monday, July 15, 2013

Potty Training Fruit Snack & Other Potty Treats!


I am now on my third child going through potty training. It never gets any easier & my boys are all so different. I really didn't push it with my youngest knowing he will do it when he is ready like my other boys. However, he is now a couple months from turning 3 & I need to get serious about talking potty!  We made this Potty Fruit Snack for him today thinking a fun food potty might get him excited. He loved it, but then I thought how weird to have him eat a potty!ha  Potty training makes people like me crazy to think of things like this. However, my boys really got a kick out of it!:)

Potty Fruit Snack

1 Banana
1 Pretzel Stick

Cut the tip off of a banana and then scoop out the center for the bowl.  Place it on a banana slice.  Cut a larger piece off and cut the bottoms of the sides. Place in the back.  Cut off a edge piece & place on the top.  Break off a pretzel piece and press on the side. Super duper easy!!

Here is my 2 year old with his Banana Potty & he thought this was pretty funny!  Hope he doesn't try to eat the real potty!ha


I know I know...this is pretty gross. However, I have 3 little boys that insisted we add Hershey mini chocolate chips in the bowl....


Update...my 2 year old started going to the potty regularly the day that we made this for him. He had refused to even try before. I totally credit this banana potty as weird & crazy as this idea seems!:) This made him laugh & it worked! YAY for the edible potty!!:) 

We gathered up some other fun edible Potty ideas for you & it made me feel better knowing that others have made potty food as well!:)











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29 comments:

  1. Hahaha! This is adorable!! I love the mini chocolate chips :)

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  2. Oh my goodness...this is so funny! I have two boys and this potty humor (literally) would be right up their alley! Hopping over from Two-Cup Tuesday...thanks for the hilarious inspiration!

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    1. Yeah..potty talk is a fun topic for most boys! Wish my 2 year old would stop talking about it and just do it!:)

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  3. Oh my gosh- these are the most creative, fun potty training ideas I have seen. I bet my 2 year old will love these though. Thanks so much for sharing:)

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    1. Thanks! I had to go through some pretty gross pictures to pick some of these out!

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  4. This cute and funny! I wish I would have seen this post a long long time ago. I'll probably make one of these for my son even though he's already potty trained. He'd love it!

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  5. Totally made me laugh! I love the doughnut one! Thanks for linking it up at Monday Funday!

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  6. Funny!! I love the added chocolate chips, my boys would find that funny too. :)

    -stopping in from the someday crafts linky.

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  7. Hilarious!!! I have a 3 year old boy who needs a little help in this department. Maybe this will do the trick :)

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  8. This is HILARIOUS!!!
    I still can't stop laughing.

    -Priyam @ http://priyam-simplejoys.blogspot.com

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  9. I am also your newest follower..:)

    -Priyam @ http://priyam-simplejoys.blogspot.com

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  10. This is so funny! Thanks for making my day. Hopped over from Full Plate Thursday!
    Tina from mommynificent.com

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  11. That is one of the most hilarious things I have ever seen! LOVE it!
    ~Kelsy
    http://looseendscraftblog.com

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  12. How cute is this! When my baby sister was potty-trained, my mother made a cake shaped like underwear to celebrate! lol

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  13. This is too funny. My four year old son would be in stitches over this snack. I'm making one this week!

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  14. Thanks so much for sharing your awesome recipe with Full Plate Thursday. Have a great weekend and hope to see you soon!
    Miz Helen

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  15. This is hilarious! And I can appropriately say, laughing my butt off. Maybe I should offer them and "teaching them to aim" treats?! My kids are really digging frozen bananas now ;-)

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  16. I am laughing so hard, I have tears in my eyes! This is so funny!! My youngest just turned three and I am having a hard time with potty training. My first was SO easy! Maybe fun ideas like this will spark some interest. I'm sharing on my FB page...love it!!
    XO,
    Christy

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  17. This is fantastic. Wish I had seen it a few years ago! This will be a feature on Thursdays Treasures.

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  18. my 3 year old is looking at this over my shoulder and requesting an apple potty next. LOL

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  20. Thanks for the information. Our son is 17 months old and we are preparing to start potty training.

    Kelly Brown
    http://pottytrainingsystems.com

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  21. I find this post both oddly amusing and yet gross ( the chocolate chips in the potty). Lets just hope it doesn't encourage our children to experiment in eating there own poop !! Great post though you are highly creative.

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  22. Hey those foods are hilarious and well...gross. But they're cute! How did you train your kid? Did you use the 3-day potty training method?
    I used the 3-day potty training method to train my son and by the fourth day, he's already diaper-free. I also used motivational tools and stickers on the chart to encourage him to use the potty trainer and lately, toilet with potty seat in it.

    http://pottyeducation.com

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  23. These relationships, and the family stories they are part of, are inevitably inextricably linked to the "problem." In telling the full story, "what do do" usually becomes clear. How to potty train your baby

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