This one is another fruit soup. There was a bit of controversy about Wonder Woman and whether watermelon soup was really "soup" or not. Watermelon soup is a real thing. Google it if you don't believe me. Go ahead. I'll wait...
See? Tol'ja. And strawberry soup is a thing, too. But as far as I can tell, this, my friends, is the world's first Spider-Man Strawberry Soup!
Spider-Man Strawberry Soup
Yields: 2-4 Servings
2-4 pints Strawberries
1 pint Blueberries
1/4-1/2 C Vanilla Yogurt
Blend strawberries in blender and fill bowls. Clean blender and blend blueberries until skin is completely disintegrated (or as close as you can get it), set aside.
You don't need to be bitten by a radioactive spider to make the web on Spidey's face. This is all you need:
Well, Spider-Man thought it was cool anyway...
I found the best way to draw the face was first to draw a small circle either dead center or slightly below center. Then the eyes in yogurt. Then outline the eyes with blueberries and draw the straight lines. Finally, connect with curved lines and do any touch ups to the eyes as needed. If you want to be quicker about it, you could try the old "drag a toothpick through a spiral" trick used in cookie making, but I haven't done it. I don't see why it wouldn't work though and then you could put the eyes on after...?
- Never knew this before making Spidey, but pulverized blueberries congeal! They get pretty hard (almost as thick as Jell-o!), so you need to work rather quickly. I liked them once the gelling process had just begun. Once they set up they were hard to squeeze out of the bottle. Within an hour or so the liquid separated completely and become a little gross.
- I used homemade yogurt sweetened with agave and added vanilla so it was pretty thin. You may need to thin store-bought with a little milk so it fills in without lumps.
I probably don't really need to review this, do I? They loved it. =) Whether your kids eat this with a spoon or a straw, you'll have happy little spider-fans!