Elves and trees
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My 4 year old has elves watching her for lunch. These look more like Keebler elves than Christmas elves to me, but she doesn’t know. They are sitting on a crust of their Rudi’s Whole Grain bread. At the top left are small carrot Christmas tree sandwiches filled with Justin’s almond butter and in the top right compartment are watermelon trees cut with a tree shaped pastry plunger that I found in a set at Target and packed in her Easy Lunchboxes container.
Miss G’s snack today was a container of Sabra hummus with dried sour cherries in the bottom, Newman’s Own pretzel sticks and cashews in the bottom. In the top tier are dried apricots stuffed with carrot trees and surrounded by raisins. On the right side are cantaloupe trees.
Little Miss 2 year old is back to school today with a LunchBots Quad. From the top left are watermelon Christmas trees, raisins, cashews and carrot trees, cantaloupe holiday trees and 2 mini Santa sandwiches on Rudi’s Whole Grain bread.
Things I used to make this lunch: