Lego lunch and Thanksgiving week
Posted November 19, 2012on:
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Is everyone getting in gear for the holidays? I’m still planning our Thanksgiving meal. It will be just the 4 of us this year so the pressure’s off. I am starting to get a bit jittery about the holidays. So much to do! It’s all good, family fun though.
Miss A doesn’t have school this week so I’m just packing for Miss G, 4, and her preschool lunch. I made some almond butter mini pocket sandwiches with Rudi’s brand Honey Sweet Whole Wheat bread. It helps to flatten the bread a bit before making these pockets so the filling is less likely to pop through the bread. To the right of her mini sandwiches are watermelon hearts surrounded by steamed edamame and dried apricot tulips. In the bottom tier from the left are black seedless grapes, a piece of cauliflower, 2 Hail Merry macaroons in between the cups, and a silicone flower cup of grape tomatoes on the right.
Miss G’s snack is 2 Crimson Gold organic apples, sliced plums, mango hearts and a dried apricot shape on a ring pop holder.
I will be posting my Thankful Giveaway on Wednesday of this week. Stay tuned and come back to enter to win some fun goodies! It will be a good one!
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