Barbeque tofu wraps and an open heart
Posted January 14, 2013on:
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Fun colors make almost anything look delicious. I use a lot of silicone baking cups to entice my kids to eat. This tortilla wrap is leftovers from last night’s dinner. I used Rudi’s Organic brand whole grain wraps. Inside are romaine leaves, fresh roma tomatoes, barbeque black beans with onions and tofu. I used a recipe from Robin Roberston‘s Vegan On The Cheap cookbook. Above the wraps is a little silicone square of Go Raw brand coconut cookies.
This dinner is one I double the recipe for to save time, and the leftovers taste better the next day. I included a clementine orange in the top left compartment and in the top right of her Easy Lunchboxes container are honeydew melon pieces.
For her snack today, Miss G has a Happy Tiffin stainless bento box with cashews at the bottom, a butterfly cup with dried cherries and underneath the cup are dried apricots.
For my almost 3 year old’s lunch, I made an open faced heart sandwich on Rudi’s Organic whole wheat bread with Justin’s almond butter spread and strawberry heart halves on top. Above that in the silicone cup is a peeled clementine with a leaf pick. In the top left of her Easy Lunchboxes container are Go Raw brand Super Cookies made with all organic coconut, sprouted sesame seeds and dates for her gluten free, nut free snack. And in the top right heart silicone cup are cantaloupe hearts. Both girls have ice waters with their lunches.
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