CuteZCute Pig and a spaceship lunch
Posted December 4, 2012on:
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I don’t know about everyone else, but I’m definitely in the middle of the holiday scramble of trying to pull it all together. This time of year although festive can cause a bit of stress too. Hoping that everyone is finding some joy in all the details.
My four year old has a raspberry colored Goodbyn Bynto today packed with a CuteZCute pig. I love this sandwich cutter kit for its ease of use and a TON of options. There will be a few in packages for friends and family this year from me! I used Rudi’s Whole Grain bread, Justin’s brand maple almond butter & jam. I also added some shiny sprinkles behind the eyes & snout for color. Dried apricots and a Crimson Gold organic apple surround the sandwich. In the middle compartment are mini carrots, pineapple pieces and cantaloupe chunks. And in the top are raspberries and a silicone pig cup of whole cashews on top.
Close up of the CuteZCute pig.
For her snack today, Miss G has a LunchBots Duo packed with tomatoes, crackers and a seckel pear in the left compartment. On the right is an apple cinnamon Christmas tree muffin, an Apple Pie Larabar and dried cranberries.
Little sis has a spaceship lunch in her LunchBots Quad. From the top left are dried apricots, a Crimson Gold organic apple and a Stretch Island fruit leather crescent moon, rocket shaped cantaloupe pieces, raspberries and mini carrots and small space ship sandwiches on Rudi’s whole grain bread.
Things I used to make this lunch: