We’re moving into spring here in Dallas. I say that, and today we’re home from school on a “snow” day. (Caroline wanted to make snow angels, but since there’s not a speck of snow out there she was pretty disappointed.) So even if it is freezing today, our lunches will still start to reflect the changing seasons a bit.
As always, please let me know if you have any questions about our lunches or supplies!
February 24, 2014
Andrew’s lunch was so pretty packed in the Lunchbots Duo! He had a sliced cucumbers with ranch for dipping in the little rainbow cup, a mix of berries, pretzels and turkey dog bites. I included a lime wedge food pick from this set to really brighten it up. This was a super easy and fast lunch for a Monday morning.
February 25, 2014
Caroline’s lunch was packed in the two-tier frog box. I sent her with apple slices, (soaked in lemon water for a few minutes), mozzarella cheese bites, carrot coins, bunny crackers, yogurt melts and pretzels. I used these flower cups and my favorite green silicone cup to divide it all up. There’s a waving pink fox from this set in the cheese.
I was totally inspired by Wendolonia’s Hulk lunchbox last week and sent Andrew to school with one of his own on Tuesday. He always gets excited when I break out the superhero stampers. The sandwiches are on a bed of baran leaves for color and I added a few of our superhero rings to the apples. He also had a star cup with bunny crackers, cucumbers and almond crackers. It was all packed in the PlanetBox.
February 27, 2014
Andrew’s Thursday lunch was full of dogs and cats! I love these new cute picks! His turkey roll-ups, Chex, strawberries, carrots and cashews were all packed in the lock&lock box. I included a tiny flower cup to hold the cashews.
Caroline’s Thursday lunch was my favorite of the week! I made the flower cheese bites using these cutters and the letter O from my alphabet set. There’s probably a better way to make the tiny circles in the middle, but it worked and they were cute. :) The flowers sat on top of a few crackers. The rest of the compartments held cinnamon Chex, carrots, blueberry yogurt and grapes with a flower pick. She loved this lunch and ate it all. Success!
Stay warm out there folks!
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