Here's what he used:
Head - homemade shredded barbecue chicken (see below for recipe)
Hair - raw, grated beets
Ears - thin slices of organic apple
Snout - sliced apples
Mustache - thin raw beet shreds
Eyes - apple and grain-sweetened chocolate chips
Jungle - organic baby lettuce mix
*Each child got a small container of Sweet Mustard dressing for dipping.
Kid Feed Mommy's Shredded Barbecue Chicken
1 bag frozen boneless, skinless chicken thighs (2 lbs., 8 oz.)
2 bay leaves
organic, refined sugar-free bbq sauce (we like Organicville Original BBQ sauce)
Place chicken thighs in a large stock pot and cover with water. Add bay leaves. Bring to boil, then keep on a high simmer for 40-60 minutes, or until the meat is easily falling apart when you stick a fork in it.
Remove from pot and set aside to cool (you can reserve the broth for use in other recipes, if desired, or discard). Allow chicken to cool until you can comfortably handle it (approx. 15-20 minutes).
With clean hands, shred the chicken and place in a large mixing bowl, removing all fat as you go. Once chicken has been shredded, shake on sea salt and pepper, to taste. Stir with wooden spoon to mix. Then pour on the bbq sauce, to taste and mix with wooden spoon. I do about 1/2 c., but some may like it to be more sauce-heavy. (Because it's expensive, I like to do as little as possible while still acheiving a nice consistency and good flavor.)
Store in covered container in refrigerator. Keeps for several days and is great on salads, sandwiches, or even by itself!