1. Turn a banana into a pretzel-legged caterpillar. babble.com Use peanut butter to stick banana slices together, then add pretzel stick legs. Hello, friend! 2. Cauliflower + olives = sheep. canadianfamily.ca Just hangin' on on the ranch. Get it!? 3. Apple + grapes cut in half = octopus. thesouthernhousewife.com Or, if you run out of grapes, septopus. In other news: Don't you sometimes wish your teeth were actually chocolate chips? 4. Or a sweet turtle. canadianfamily.ca The details. 5. Hot dogs also make excellent octopi. cutefoodforkids.com Here's how. 6. Eggs make great chicks. meetthedubiens.com Use carrots for the beak and sprinkles for the eyes. 7. Clementines were basically born to be snails. eatsamazing.co.uk WHATTA SMILE 8. A banana and a peanut butter sandwich will get the job done, too. canadianfamily.ca 9. All a strawberry needs to be a mouse is a string cheese tail and almond ears. babble.com A little Triscuit bed doesn't hurt, either. Deets here. 10. Pears are also mice waiting to happen. canadianfamily.ca Instructions here. 11. Teddy bear s'mores are almost too cute to eat. canadianfamily.ca Not quite. Here's how to make them. 12. Same goes for teddy bear toast. minieco.co.uk Toast it, butter it, sprinkle with cinnamon sugar, add banana slices and raisins. Smile! 13. Use clothespins to turn snack bags into butterflies. jugglingwithkids.com You'll need pipe cleaners for the antennae. Instructions here. 14. Add almond feathers to Babybel cheese and...you've got turkey! livinglocurto.com Info here. 15. It just takes a knife to make this happy fruit peacock. canadianfamily.ca More like a PEARcock, am I right? (Sorry.)Here's all the info. 16. Or orange fish with blueberry bubbles. meetthedubiens.com Blub blub blub. 17. Hey, pear bear. canadianfamily.ca Here's how he got so cute. 18. How's it going, grapefruit owl? canadianfamily.ca Banana eyes! Clementine wings! He's got it all. 19. Looking good there, waffle beaver. canadianfamily.ca Oh, Canada. Here's how to make it. Thanks to Canadian Family columnist Jill Dubien for lots of these cute ideas.