Today is International Dot Day. I love it because the point of it is to inspire all to “make their mark” in their lives. My girls are celebrating at school today and dressed in head to toe dots. Their Montessori school definitely encourages them to explore new things and be the best individual they can become. I tried to follow the dot theme a bit with round items in their lunches despite limited time this morning.
Last night I baked some of Hilary’s Eat Well brand Veggie Bites. They are gluten free and made from grains and veggies with a base of millet and quinoa. They bake up nice and crunchy but chewy in the middle. Miss G, now 6, loves to dip hers in BBQ sauce so I included two small sauce containers with some inside. She also has kiwi, peaches, plots and a Hail Merry coconut macaroon inside her Planetbox Rover.
Miss A, my 4 year old, has almost the same lunch with gluten-free veggie bites, ketchup for dipping in the small containers, a strawberry heart, clementines peeled for her, pluots, peaches and a macaroon for a treat packed in her Planetbox Rover for school lunch.
Happy Monday, All!
Things I used to make these lunches