Leprechaun and lucky lunchboxes

Next week is Spring Break for both of my girls so I will be taking a break as well.  I’ll be back to the blog the following week.  Happy St. Patrick’s Day!Bentoriffic Leprechaun bento

I used my Pampered Chef brand round pocket sandwich maker to make the almond butter sandwich for the leprechaun’s face.  I shredded a carrot for the orange beard on this little guy and topped him off with a cupcake topper hat.  On mini shamrock party picks, I threaded grape tomatoes for some color and Miss G’s favorite vegetable.  I used pre-made candy eyes for the little man and a half of a raisin for his nose.  In the top compartments of her Easy Lunchboxes are heart shaped strawberries and clover shaped watermelon pieces.

Bentoriffic's clover snack bento

Miss G’s St. Patrick’s day themed snack bento box is filled with cucumbers with heart cutouts.  I filled the negatives with kiwi hearts in the middle for more green food fun.  In the top right side of her LunchBots Trio is a homemade cornbread clover shaped muffin, and in the bottom are blueberries and mandarin orange sections.

St. Patrick's Day bento clover  lunch

Little Miss A is doing Dr. Seuss this week along with the St. Patrick’s day.  The closest thing to Green Eggs and Ham in this plant based lunchbox is her fake green egg made from a halved red creamer potato.  I scooped out the middle with a melon baller and filled it in with green guacamole.  She has some mini shamrock sandwiches in the top right on Rudi’s Whole Wheat bread, organic blueberries in the bottom right and a peeled mandarin orange in the bottom left of her LunchBots Quad.

Happy weekend, all!

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