Make Bingo toast for breakfast!

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Make Bingo toast for breakfast
by Natalie Keeler

Bluey might be the star of the show, but let's face it, we've all got a special place in our hearts for her cute little sister Bingo. So, why not help your child to make their very own bitesized Bingo toast treat? Super simple, and the perfect snack for breakfasts or lunchtimes.

Your child can choose whichever topping they like to spread on the bottom layer of toast – we reckon peanut butter, jam or chocolate spread work best. And then they can use lots of fruit to make up Bingo's eyes, nose and ears. 

You can find this cute breakfast recipe (and so much more) inside our brand-new Bluey Magazine, which is packed full of activities, crafts, and makes inspired by your favourite Bluey characters and episodes. 


  • 2 slices of toast
  • 1 slice of white bread
  • 3 blueberries or grapes
  • 1 banana
  • Peanut butter, jam, or chocolate spread


Step 1

Bingo toast

Cut the banana into slices.

Step 2

Bingo toast

Snip 2 toast triangles for Bingo's ears

Step 3

Bingo toast

Add your chosen flavoured spread along the edges.

Step 4

Bingo toast

Pop two banana slices onto Bingo's ears.

Step 5

Bingo toast

Stack up the rest of the banana to make up Bingo's eyes, eyebrows and snout. Then add grapes or blueberries to finish off her eyes and nose.


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Learning guide

Who knew playing with food could become a learning activity?! This cute breakfast idea is super creative, and kids can even talk about how the different ingredients feel as they stack them up, like the mushy banana and soft bread. Can they describe how the texture of the bread changes after it’s been toasted? Throw in some number fun too by getting little ones to count how many grapes, blueberries, and slices of banana they need to recreate Bingo’s face.