These adorable snowmen — made with hard-boiled eggs, carrots and peppercorns — will melt your heart before melting in your mouth. Eggs are a source of Vitamin D, which is needed to help absorb, carry and deposit calcium in the bone that supports your teeth. Carrots — which are crunchy, firm and full of water — help to scrub your teeth clean like a natural toothbrush.
Spinach Artichoke Frittata Trees
You won’t need to cut down on these trees! Dairy products like milk contain calcium; eggs are a source of Vitamin D, and leafy greens like spinach are excellent vitamins and minerals. (Be sure to floss before flashing a smile beneath the mistletoe!)
Pita Tree Appetizers
The low-fat sour cream in this recipe is a source of vitamin D, which strengthens bones and teeth.
Black Olive Penguins
These penguins will waddle their way into your heart — mainly because they’re filled with cream cheese, which has calcium.
Rich in calcium, cheese is always a MouthHealthy favourite. To get perfectly round eyes and noses, the author of this recipe used a juice box-sized straw to cut round pieces of black olive and a giant straw for the red pepper nose.
Be suitable, for goodness sake, to your teeth with these Grinch Poppers. For a healthier and more MouthHealthy alternative, swap the sugary and sticky marshmallow for another piece of banana.
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