Moms will do just about anything to get their kids excited about going back to school . One of the easiest ways is through their stomach, and by letting them play with their food . From breakfast to lunch to after-school snacks , we've rounded up some works of food art that your little ones are sure to love! And the best part — they're easy to make.
Scroll through for 61 inspirational designs.
Even without the city skyline in the background, this Catwoman creation is more memorable than most adult food.
Pay homage to the beloved Dr. Seuss with a Cat in the Hat tortilla and a side of green eggs and ham!
B is for Big Bird
Scrambled eggs with a side of ABCs.
Kids will roar over this filling and fun breakfast! All you need are scrambled eggs, a bagel, and a few of their favorite veggies.
Lunch fit for a stormtrooper!
Cookies with faces and hair made from chocolate — where can we get a batch of these?
Up and Away
Inspired by the Three Little Pigs, jelly beans tell the fun story of how the third pig really escaped.
It's a cat, it's a princess — it's fruit-topped cinnamon oatmeal!
Sand Castle Creation
This is the one time we'll let our kids eat sand.
Palm trees made from fruit remind us of the carefree days of Summer.
This pasta version of Mike is sure to appeal to the kiddos.
For a healthier dessert, whip up these chocolate-covered penguins . Melt the chocolate, and let the kids decorate their edible friends.
The Edible Queen
What a scrumptious-looking Queen of Hearts! Any guesses on what she's made out of?
Ellie and Carl's Portrait
This family portrait is good enough to eat.
Under the Sea
These creatures are almost too cute to eat!
Peanut butter toast the Chewy way.
The Little Mermaid
An edible version of a beloved Disney character.
This rice is anything but angry.
A Fishy Lunch
Babybel cheese is the key to creating this bento box.
Turn a bland breakfast of toast and fruit into a Frozen family portrait.
This snake is anything but scary — in fact, it's delicious.
I choose you, Pikachu lunch!
Big Bad Lunch
Malaysia-based mom Samantha Lee is known for making creative food art for her kids, and this Little Red Riding Hood rendition is proof of her talents.
Meet the Flintstones
"Yabba dabba doo!" is just another way to say "wow" when you think of all the work it took to create Fred Flintstone.
This bento box provides the perfect amount of rice, veggies, and meat.
Let's Go Fly a Kite
This lunch truly soars above the rest.
What do you get when bologna meets marshmallows meets cheese and crackers? Why, an Angry Birds after-school snack, of course.
Get creative at dinnertime! Use veggies and meats to make some critter bagel pizzas .
Cool Hair Bro
Who says sandwiches have to be boring? Cucumbers, pickles, toast, and cheese make for one cool food dude.
Frog Legs For Breakfast?
He just may be a Prince Charming in disguise . . . this little froggy comes complete with a crown!
If your kids can't decide between Elsa and Olaf, serve smaller versions of both!
School of Fish
Re-create an oceanic landscape using fruit, veggies, and cream-cheese-covered bread.
Gotta slurp 'em all!
Eat Like a Bird
Cinnamon toast, apples, cereal, and Babybel cheese are all you need to create this light and fun snack.
Ladybug Bento Box
Imagine their delight when they discover that their lunch bag has a ladybug's garden of rice and veggies inside!
This snack doesn't tell us if the chicken or the egg  came first, but it's still delicious!
Eat 'Em Up
Pancake Pac-Man with dried blueberry eyes is such a fun way to start the day.
My, What Big Teeth You Have!
A fabulously detailed Little Red Riding Hood-inspired Big Bad Wolf!
Elsa's Enchanted Forest
Warm up your tot with this cute Elsa-inspired creation.
Sail away with the help of bread, mango slices, and lemon!
Dinnertime has never been so fun thanks to Kitchen Fun With My 3 Sons' stuffed peppers .
One Tasty Olaf
If you think Bento Monsters' edible Olaf  is cute, wait till you see her Anna bento box .
Look at the Birdie
"Owl" you need are a few food staples to re-create this friend.
A Whale of a Breakfast
Who knew yogurt and blueberries could be so fun?
This Little Piggy . . .
Bring some barnyard fun to your child's lunch box.
Berry Cute Mice
Not only is this snack sweet and filled with fruit, but it's also easy enough for the kids to make .
This blueberry and banana creation makes for a great party snack.
Kids' mouths will water over this Sven-inspired dish  from The Joys of Boys.
The Trials of Pinterest says you can use any ingredients to create this Frozen sandwich .
Some Bunny Loves Lunch
There are so many details to love about this creative bunny breakfast, including a sweet barrette made from strawberries.
So Bad It's Good
Even someone as evil as Ursula the sea witch manages to look cute with the help of some incredible food art.
Fans of Despicable Me will love this after-school snack of cheese and berries.
A Cretaceous Croissant
Your tot won't be crabby when they see this on the breakfast table.
What better way to start the day than with a pancake Olaf?
Dory, Nemo, and Hank, yum-yum!
What a Hoot!
What a hoot! Nutella, kiwi, Cheerios, and more come together for a supersavory treat.
Ice Cream For Breakfast
Trick your kids with this piece of edible art.
A simple dessert with a stunning presentation.
One Fish, Two Fish
Turn fruit and toast into a cute sea creature.
We love this breakfast's beachy transformation!
All you need are a few food staples to re-create this nighttime friend .