Veggie Wrap bentos and kiwi berries
Posted October 10, 2012on:
Last week one of my friends posted a photo of kiwi berries. I had never seen or heard of them so it was a must find for me! We love kiwi, and I was hoping the flavor was similar. I was lucky enough to find them at a stand at the local farmer’s market. They only had a few, but I’ll be back for more after trying them!
Here’s what they look like inside. They are the size of grapes and sweet like kiwi without the fuzzy exterior. Just pop them in like grapes and eat. They have a very short season so if you’re lucky enough to find them, buy them and enjoy!
Both girls had the same wraps today for lunch. From the top left are raspberries and 3 kiwi berries on top. Inbetween the 2 cups are mini carrots and at the top right is a cup of lemon orzo. In the bottom container are red seedless grapes and the veggie wrap pinwheels. They are Rudi’s brand whole grain spelt tortillas. I used a homemade sunflower seed spread and added julienned carrots and steamed edamame.
Below are Miss G’s snacks for school. The top are watermelon flowers and the bottom is a cup of sprouted pumpkin seeds and dried cranberries mixed and grape tomatoes.
From the top left are red seedless grapes with sliced strawberries on top. In the top right compartment are kiwi berries, 2 pieces of corn shaped mini cornbread muffins and 3 grape tomatoes. At the bottom right are watermelon and d’anjou pear flowers, and in the bottom left are the same edamame and carrot wraps at the bottom right packed in her LunchBots Quad.
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