December 22, 2023

Snow Toast


In light of the colder weather these days, we have shape-shifted our Halloween-favourite into a winter-themed version. Ghost toast, meet Snow Toast.

Another super-simple way to get creative and have fun with food. Share your toast drawings with us in the comments or tag us on social, we’d love to see your designs!

Snow Toast

Holiday Toast with a fun Greek yogurt design
Prep Time 5 minutes
Total Time 10 minutes
Course Breakfast, Snack
Cuisine Holiday
Servings 1


  • Toaster


  • 2 slices Bread of choice
  • 1/4 cup Greek Yogurt use any flavour you like (we used plain and sweetened with honey)
  • 1 tsp Honey as desired – can omit if using a flavoured yogurt
  • 5 Mini Chocolate Chips You can use large ones if that's all you have
  • 2 Pretzel Sticks for arms! or anything else you have that could work
  • 1 Rice Krispie Optional — or anything else creative you have for a nose


  • Toast your desired type of bread.
  • While bread toasts, mix honey with yogurt in a bowl to add sweetness to your desired taste. If using flavoured yogurt, honey is optional.
  • Scoop yogurt into a plastic sandwich bag or an icing/piping bag.
  • Cut off a small corner tip on the bag.
  • Once the toast is done, let it cool for a couple of minutes to prevent the yogurt from running.
  • Here's where the fun starts! Outline a snowman with the yogurt, or draw snowflakes. Include your child by having them create designs on their toast.
  • Time to decorate! Add some eyes, buttons, arms and a nose — or let your child create their own fun snow creations.
  • Take a bite and enjoy 🙂


  • For little ones under the age of one, use flavoured or plain greek yogurt only as honey should be avoided in babies until after the age of one.
  • Use the yogurt you like best. We used plain Greek yogurt mixed with honey, but you can try different flavours, fat percentages or variations. Higher fat or protein yogurts will hold their shape best on toast. Regular low-fat yogurt will be too runny.
  • Embrace the mess! This recipe can get messy, but that’s part of the journey while introducing new foods to your child. 
Keyword Toast


Information provided by our dietitians is for general education and is not medical advice.

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