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Extra flossing and brushing are what’s going on in our house for some extra dental education. Thank goodness Miss A’s teacher reminded me it’s Dental Week this week at her school and all month long is Dental Health Awareness. They’re talking tooth care in the classroom which means I get to break out the molar picks and drill deep for my creative side! Miss A just came back from a dental visit about a week ago with a clean bill of health and a new toothbrush. She is starting to enjoy her visits so I like to keep it all fun for her while she doesn’t have any stress attached to the visits.
I don’t own any tooth cookie cutters so I had to think of what I could make. I went the easy (and lazy route) for pancakes and used Bisquick pancake mix, which is vegan. I didn’t say healthy, but it was quick. I also added 1 teaspoon of cinnamon and 1 teaspoon of vanilla. I used EnerG egg replacer and unsweetened almond milk in the mix in place of eggs and cow’s milk & poured it into a pancake bottle like the one below. In the top compartments of her Easy LunchBoxes containers are organic plums, blueberries and a strawberry on a “tooth” pick. Get it? I hand drew a toothpaste bottle, a molar and a small toothbrush. I accented the tooth with 2 vegan (dairy free) chocolate chips and a fruit leather mouth. Next to her lunchbox is an Easy Lunchboxes Mini Dipper container with organic maple syrup in it.
Snacktime today will be loads of fruit. From the top left in her LunchBots Quad are sliced local strawberries, d’anjou pear pieces, pinapple chunks and sliced local Minneolas which are technically tangelos but look like a small orange.
Another flirtatious lunch for my husband today with I heart you pancakes. The big stack underneath are all heart shaped pancakes and 2 small organic plums propping up the I and the U. I also included a bunch of grape tomatoes and blueberries in his Easy LunchBoxes container today. Not shown is his Mini Dippers container with maple syrup.
My other preschooler has the same lunch as above with dental themed pancakes, plums, blueberries and a strawberry on top in her Easy Lunchboxes. Happy Lunch Packing!
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Above is my husband’s lunch of vegan scrambled eggs, hashbrowned potatoes at the top left and pineapple chunks packed in his Easy LunchBoxes container.
It’s chilly here even for Florida (in the 40s) so breakfast is what’s for lunch! One of the things I was missing as a vegan was eggs. Not the gross, slimy raw part, but just the texture. So now I’ve found it. It’s vegan scrambled eggs! Here’s how I make them:
I use 1 package of extra firm tofu drained and crumbled. I cut the small pieces for this one, and it didn’t absorb the flavors as well as crumbling. I add a bit of water so it doesn’t stick while warming. You could also add a bit of oil or margarine. I saute the tofu over medium heat with 1 small onion, chopped and a half of a bell pepper (any color) diced. Cook for 5 minutes until onions are cooked. Then I add:
1 tsp garlic powder
1 tsp onion powder
1 tbsp soy sauce
2 tbsp nutritional yeast
1/2 tsp turmeric which give it it’s egg-like color
black olives, halved grape tomatoes, 2 italian sausages diced into 1/2 inch pieces, I used the Field Grain Meat Company’s sausages.
Mix ingredients well and cook for an additional 5-10 minutes over medium heat. Serve plain or inside warmed tortillas with dairy free sour cream and salsa.
Miss G’s (4 years old) is above. She has the same tofu scramble with lots of black olives. At the top left she has pineapple pieces and 2 small pancakes sliced in half. Not shown is her Mini Dippers container of maple syrup for the pancakes packed in her Easy LunchBoxes container.
Miss G’s snack for today is packed in her LunchBots Duo stainless container. One the left side is a leaf shaped sweet potato muffin with 2 Crimson Gold apples. On the right is a peeled clementine orange and sliced kiwi.
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