More bentos from the dark corners of my hard drive. These babies have been hiding since October. Sneaky bentos.
First up, a couple of EasyLunchboxes bentos:
Despite having no recollection of making this lunch, I know it was Ethan's. I'd recognize that boy's limited pallate a mile away. ;)
- granny smith apple slices
- strawberry cereal bar
- peppered turkey
- fish crackers
And this EasyLunchboxes was certainly for Paige:
Her lunch contained:
- more granny smith apple slices
- a croissant sandwich. If I had to guess it was turkey and cheese.
Next up, a couple of Goodbyn lunches....
From left to right, his lunch contained:
- a cereal bar and a granola bar
- apple slices
- pretzels in a jumbo-sized silicone cup and cheddar cheese
Paige's bento lunch, also packed in a Bynto box:
Her lunch, from top to bottom:
- homemade mini muffins (I can't remember what they were, but they smelled lovely) and pretzels
- cheddar cheese, cut with a mini pumpkin-shaped cookie cutter
- peppered turkey rolls, secured on harvest party picks
- apple slices
To keep the apple slices fresh and delightful, I dipped each cut side in a bit of lemon juice before packing in the bentos.
Sometimes kiddos may not like how sour that makes the fruit taste. A tasty and healthy yogurt dip can combat the sourness in a pinch.
This tip and other earth-shattering ideas and recipes can be found at the Glad Mom Made page and at the Glad Facebook Page, under the Mom Made tab.
Glad has connected with a handful of mom bloggers and is highlighting one each month this year. I am the Mom Made blogger for January! I look forward to sharing more ideas and tips with you in the coming weeks. :)
Supplies used in the making of these lunches: