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I’ve been trying to Halloween up the lunches a bit this week. My little one had WOWbutter soy spread and strawberry jam on Rudi’s Organic whole wheat bread. She has a raw fig treat and raisins in the main compartment with her lunch. In the top parts of her Easy Lunchboxes containers are plum sections and strawberry hearts.
Big sis had sandwiches on Rudi’s Organic Whole Wheat too. Hers had Strawberry dairy free cream cheese by Daiya with strawberry jam, a fig treat and a coconut macaroon with raisins. In the top of her Easy Lunchboxes are plums, raspberries and organic pickling cucumbers with sea salt.
Both girls had homemade cornbread muffins, peeled clementines and red d’Anjou pear pieces for their school snacks.
My girls are guac monsters. If it’s not in the house, we have snacking complaints. Anyone who knows my family knows that we swear by Wholly Guacamole. I love them for a few reasons. The first is my sheer laziness. Who wants to try to find ripe avocados, smash them, prevent them fromContinue Reading »
It’s time for creepy lunches. Â Even though my girls are 3 and 5, they do like the funny surprises they find in their lunch. Â And so begins the Halloween haunting season! I find these mini gnocchi (potato pasta) in the pasta aisle at my Super Target. Â My kids adore them, and they’re the perfect biteContinue Reading »
Miss G. is sick. Â Despite the fact that we have very strong immune systems, we can’t prevent everything. Â She spent the whole weekend sick, and yesterday was diagnosed with strep throat. Â She’ll be home for most of the week recovering. I decided to cheer her up with a fun lunch to motivate her to eatContinue Reading »
Like everyone, I have mornings that don’t go so well, lunch gets slopped together, and then on top of it I’m scrambling to get photos of the lunches before my kids are late for school. Â As parents, we have a lot of pressure to do great things all the time, and the to do listContinue Reading »