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Thursday, October 27, 2016

Zombie Halloween Bento

This year, my Halloween themed lunches seemed to be the easiest of all, thanks to my collection of cookie cutters. I did not even carve or attempted to carve or take time to cut food into cute shapes, just too lazy busy well, something anyway, lol!

I don't know WHAT to think of the Zombie threat. Hubby likes to watch some of the zombie shows (Just for the acting? That's what he claims anyway!) and I'm not real sure that the Zombie thing is only a Halloween time problem, but they are spooky, and that makes this a great time, right?

Below is a Zombie bento lunch that I made for Nikolai. The cookie cutter that I used was also purchased from our local Michaels store.

Zombie Halloween Bento. Kids school lunch.

In this lunch are a couple of zombie sandwiches, perhaps more cute than scary! Alongside are some baby carrots and some red seedless grapes with a couple of eyeball cupcake rings and hiding on the far right is a string cheese which I used a marker for the features (on the wrapper). It was fun to make and it all fits nicely in his Bentology Living lunch box.

Have a fun Halloween!

Tuesday, October 25, 2016

Ghost Halloween Lunch and Ghost Pizza with Recipe

I made a stop at Trader Joe's during the weekend and got carried away with all the yummy fall foods, purchased a couple of carts full of them and shared some with friends. They have those cute ghost and bat shaped potato crisps and they are so cute and very yummy! Their pumpkin cookies are delicious, as is their pumpkin pancake mix, from which hubby made pumpkin pancakes yesterday. I especially like the pumpkin tea, pumpkin cream cheese, pumpkin coffee, and pretty much everything pumpkin. It all has that 'Fall has arrived' flavor which taste so good.

I've created several ghost themed lunches over the years that are easy and fun. Cutting the string cheese to look like ghosts is my favorite part. I'll be sharing with you the method I used for the string cheese as well as my favorite mini pizza recipe.

The photo below shows an example of one ghost themed lunch that is quite easy.

Ghost Halloween bento lunch in Planetbox

You can make some cute ghosts similar to these quite easily.

You will need:
  • String cheese
  • Paring knife
  • Toothpick, food safe marker or sunflower seeds
  1. Cut the string cheese into half.
  2. Using a knife, make a slit in the middle and almost 3/4 way down.
  3. Make a few more additional slits till you get 8 legs or less.
  4. I used a toothpick for this particular face accents. Just poke the toothpick on the cheese to create the eyes and mouth. I've used food safe marker before and I've seen sunflower seeds being used. Just some ideas.
In this bento lunch (packed in a Planetbox): I used a ghost shaped cookie cutter for the sandwich and raisins for the facial details. Honey was used as glue for the raisins. Sides were dye free choc sunflower seeds, Annie's organic crackers topped with a couple of ghost string cheese, seedless green grapes with a ghost cupcake pick, organic baby carrots, organic granola bar and seedless red grapes.

Any pizza lovers out there? My hubby and Nikolai love pizza and they can eat it served hot or cold! I've made this fun Halloween themed pizza for lunch a while back. I plan to make it again soon but I'm afraid I'll not have enough time to post the new lunch and recipe. Here is the older lunch with recipe. You can recreate something similar with different cheese cut outs for sure.

Ghost Pizza with Recipe. Kids Halloween school lunch

  1. One tube refrigerated Pillsbury biscuit dough
  2. 1 bottle of organic pasta sauce
  3. 2 slices part skim mozzarella cheese (for the ghosts)
  4. Sliced olives
  1. Pre-heat oven to 400°.
  2. Roll or pat biscuits into 2-1/2 in. circles. Place on greased baking sheet or non-stick sheet. I love our baking sheet which has wide handles!
  3. Add pasta sauce on top of biscuits.  
  4. Bake for 8-10 minutes or until edges are lightly browned.
  5. Using a small ghost-shape cookie cutter, cut a ghost out of each cheese slice. 
  6. Immediately place a ghost over each pizza; add pieces of olives for faces. 
  7. Pack in his Laptop Lunches after the pizzas cool down.
    In this bento lunch:
    • A couple of ghostly pizzas made with Pillsbury biscuit dough, tomato and basil organic pasta sauce topped after removing from oven with mozzarella cheese cut to ghost shape and black olive accents.
    • Top Left - Organic peas with a ghost pick.
    • Top Right - Peach slices topped with mozzarella cheese mini ghosts.
    • Far Right - Fork wrapped in cloth napkin. 
    It's easy and tasty, bake a batch and save some for the next day's lunch.

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    Thursday, October 20, 2016

    Day Of The Dead Halloween Bento

    I purchased several cookie cutters from our local Michaels craft store last year and had a great deal because when I got them it was after Halloween. I think I paid less than $1 each since they were clearance items. Can't beat that right? As always with this time of year, we have so many activities planned  and my calendar is almost full till around Christmas. All is FUN and I actually can't wait. It's the inner child in me, lol!

    You may have noticed that I've not used food safe marker in a long time, years maybe. That's because Nikolai simply won't eat any cheese or bread that I colored with the food safe markers. Every single time he would come home with untouched food which I had, I thought artistically, colored. I'm not sure as to why. I have asked him but he just kept quiet. I learned, however, not to color his food anymore. I thought this lunch would look nicer if I've colored the faces but I'm sure that he'd not eat the top part if I'd done that.

    Day Of The Dead Halloween Lunch in Planetbox

    In this bento lunch (packed in a Planetbox): A couple of day of the dead stamped sandwiches, seedless grapes with a skeleton hand, chocolate covered sunflower seeds, Rice Krispie bar with a spider cupcake ring, sugar snap peas and organic baby carrots.

    Our favorite stainless steel lunchbox:


    Tuesday, October 18, 2016

    Jack - O - Lantern Halloween Bento

    The countdown to Halloween begins! I have to refrain from looking at Halloween decorations! Whenever I enter a store to purchase groceries or any other items, my legs will automatically take me to the Halloween section, LOL. Last year, I went overboard and now I find I have a huge excess of Jack-O-Lanterns, witch hats, caldrons, and spooky plastic body parts, bats, and spiders. Not a few extra, rather way too many!

    For my first Halloween lunch of this year I'll share my favorite Jack-O-Lantern!  I'll try to make at least a few other very simple ones soon. You can find my previous Halloween lunches HERE, over 50 of them. Here is my first one of this year and it's my favorite, the Jack-O-Lantern. Nikolai spotted some cute Babybel cheese with Halloween wrappers at the grocery store. I promise, this time it's not only me.

    Jack - O - Lantern Halloween Bento Lunch in Easylunchboxes

    In this bento lunch:
    • A Jack-O-Lantern sandwich made using cutter for the eyes and mouth.
    • The same cutter was used to cut the cheese over the seedless red grapes in the pumpkin shaped silicone cup.
    • Sugar snap peas.
    • Babybel cheese.
    • Apple slices.
    • Crackers with a 'BOO' pick.
     This lunch was packed in an Easylunchboxes container.

    Wednesday, October 12, 2016

    2 Baseball Lunch Ideas

    It's already October which means it's soon time for the baseball World Series games and then at least a couple of fun Halloween themed lunches! Life is slightly hectic this year since Nikolai started a new grade at a new school with many more after school activities. I'm sure many of you can relate to this. I'm certainly not complaining as there will be only so many of these precious school years. After that, he'll get his drivers license and will be driving himself off to college. Every day is special and we should treasure them all.

    I've always wanted to make baseball themed lunches since Nikolai enjoys baseball very much, and hubby was, I guess, his first coach back when he started playing with those plastic bat and ball sets. Remembering when they went shopping for gloves together can't help but bring a smile. Those days are very much treasured memories and remain fresh as just yesterday.

    Baseball field sport bento lunch in a Planetbox.

    Bento lunch 1: In the photo above is a baseball themed bento lunch featuring a sandwich with the in-field and bases free hand cut from Colby and Provolone cheese (hubby had me include a pitcher's mound?) and a bat from the crust at the end of the loaf connecting with the baseball pick for a home run. Also included are organic baby carrots with sugar snap peas, a granola bar, a yogurt covered star and some strawberries with another baseball pick.

    Baseball and glove sport bento lunch

    Bento lunch 2: The lunch shown above includes a ball and glove sandwich made with our Lunch Punch Sporty set, a granola bar and Annie's organic snacks, a yogurt covered star, some mango chunks, and red seedless grapes with a baseball pick.

    These lunches were packed in our durable Planetbox rover. Any baseball fans here?

    Our favorite stainless steel, durable lunchbox:


    Monday, October 10, 2016

    Lunch and Snack Made Easy with Welch's Graham Slam! PB&J

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     All opinions are mine alone. #GrahamSlam #WelchsPBJ #CollectiveBias

    "Can you make a lunch for me to take?" Is that a heart warming start for the day, or what?

    I truly treasure the time I spend doing something special for family members even when things have to be done quickly or with short notice. Then is when I choose something that is both easy and quick. Then is when I am happy to have Welch's Graham Slam! Grape PB&J in my freezer!

    Lunch & After School Snack Made Easy with Welch's Graham Slam! Grape PB&J Grape

    We are all long time fans of the classic Peanut Butter and Jelly sandwich, but never has that great taste combination been so convenient. These are that great taste combination between crispy graham crackers making a filing snack for any time of day. I always get a smile and a "Thanks, Mom." when I include a Welch's Graham Slam! PB&J bar in Nikolai's school lunch. After school snacks are also a perfect time for these which can be enjoyed frozen or thawed. Below I will show examples of how I include them in both school lunches and after school snacks.

    Step By Step Tutorial for kebabs with Welch's Grand Slam! Grape PB&J

    In this bento lunch:
    1. Begin with some string cheese (chunks of cheese also works) and some slices of nitrate free lunch meat. Since I'm going to make kebabs, I used a couple of skewers. You can also use any other food picks or toothpicks if you prefer.
    2. Cut the cheese into bite size pieces and slice the meat to approximately the same width.
    3. Roll up the meat and alternate with the cheese to assemble the kebab.
    4. The assembled kebabs. Feel free to substitute or add your favorite food combinations.
    5. Time to add the fruits, vegetables, and the Welch's Graham Slam! Grape PB&J bar.
    6. Ready for the lid, the lunch bag, and the ride to school.
    In addition to having these in the freezer, I'll also share some quick and easy lunch packing tips.

    1) I try to Pre-pack lunches the night before. The next morning, I'll just have to cut fruits or cheese and assemble them into the bento box.
    2) Use leftovers from dinner. Sometimes I pack them directly into the bento box and sometimes into a microwavable bowl so I could heat it up the next morning, allow the food to cool down and transfer into the lunch box.
    3) Use freezer stash items like frozen homemade muffins, meatballs,dumplings and more.

    You might also like to remember this; if you include your Welch's Graham Slam! PB&J bar straight from the freezer, as I like to do, other items in your lunch box, such as the fruits and vegetables, will remain cool until lunch time. It's like having an extra ice pack that tastes oh so yummy! The Welch's Graham Slam! Grape PB&J will also be thawed by lunch time and you will find the crackers surprisingly crispy.

    Welch's Graham Slam! PB&J In Lunchbox

    Welch's Graham Slam! Grape PB&J is a very versatile and very convenient addition that makes a lunch really grape, I mean great! Just unwrap and enjoy!

    I like that they are great snacks for after school as well, which are filling and satisfying and with no high fructose corn syrup. Before I leave to pick up my son from school, I take the Welch's Graham Slam! from the freezer to thaw. They are ready to eat when we arrive home. Some, like my hubby when he returns from some cycling, like to enjoy them frozen. Either way, the taste is fantastic.

    The photo below shows a typical after school snack.

    Welch's Graham Slam! Grape PB&J After School Snack

    The photo below shows the usual sequence!

    Easy Snack with Welch's Graham Slam! Grape PB&J

    In this after school snack:
    1. A mug of berry smoothie, some slices of organic apple and a Welch's Graham Slam! Grape PB&J bar.
    2. The wrapper removed reveals the snack within!
    3. Nikolai reaching for the bar.
    4. You won't see that bar again! 
    In addition to enjoying them at home or for after school snacks, they are perfect for when our schedule is busy and we are on the go to after school activities. Going beyond that, they are wonderful for road trips and family vacations as well. Visiting a theme  park? Be sure to pack some with you. When you leave your hotel for your activities they’ll defrost while your family is having fun. Later your kids will have a delicious mid-morning snack or lunch ready for them!

    Welch's Graham Slam! Grape PB&J at Walmart

    But what if you ate them while you were on the road, or stopped at a scenic overlook? No problem, just find the nearest Walmart!
    You can find them there in the frozen section, right next to other PB&J items.

    I am happy to share this great offer: A coupon for $1.00 off (1)  Box of Welch's Graham Slam! It expires 12/31/16 or while supplies last. You have 2 weeks from the day you print to redeem it. Click HERE for the link to the coupon.

    We all find, Welch's Graham Slam! Grape PB&J  handy when we are hungry, not to mention delicious. I think when you try them you too will agree!
    My speed techniques are:   

    1) I try to Pre-pack lunches the night before. The next morning, I'll just have to cut fruits or cheese and assemble them into the bento box.
    2) Use leftovers from dinner. Sometimes I pack them directly into the bento box and sometimes into a microwavable bowl so I could heat it up the next morning, allow the food to cool down and transfer into the bento box.
    3) Use freezer stash like frozen vegetables, meatballs, onigiri, dumplings and more. - See more at:

    Tuesday, October 4, 2016

    5 Pinwheels Lunch Ideas

    I did mention recently how much I love my reusable snack bags. Snack Taxi was the first brand which I acquired and use. They generously sent me a set several months ago to try out, and we love them. The reusable bags are made of 100 percent cotton outer with nylon lining, hook and loop closure and made in the USA. You can find many more designs and prints at their site here.

    Stasher is another brand of reusable snack bags which I've reviewed earlier and you can find it here. They recently sent me their snack size stasher which we absolutely love. It's smaller than the original stasher and is perfect for snacks.

    5 Pinwheels School Lunches

    Pinwheels are among the foods that Nikolai loves. Often I use bread which I slightly flatten with a rolling pin before adding the fillings. I also use tortilla if we have them on hand, which is slightly easier as the tortilla does not require rolling. I'm also sharing one of my failed pinwheels lunches, which you will find if you scroll down towards the end. That morning I was way in a hurry and didn't bother to roll the bread so that was how it turned our - failed! Fortunately, it was still a yummy lunch, Nikolai didn't mind, and came home with an empty lunchbox which made my day.

    Ham & cheese pinwheels, organic snacks in SnackTaxi reusable bag.

    Bento lunch 1: Ham and cheese pinwheels, cucumber slices and seedless grapes in a round silicone cup with a cute pick. This lunch is packed in a Happy Tiffin lunchbox. On the side is our SnackTaxi reusable bag which contains Annie's organic crackers.

    Cream cheese and jam tortilla pinwheels.

    Bento lunch 2: Cream cheese and jam tortilla pinwheels with an organic granola bar in the main section. Sides were Babybel cheese, fruit snacks, seedless red grapes and cucumber slices with a cute pick. This lunch is packed in a Bentgo leak-proof lunchbox.

    Pinwheels with organic snack in stasher reusable bag.

    Bento lunch 3: Pinwheels with cute animal face picks, organic baby carrots, watermelon slices cut into cupcake shapes in my favorite square silicone cups. On the side is a string cheese cut into half. This lunch is packed in our leak-proof stainless steel splash Ecolunchbox. As for snack, he had Annie's organic crackers in our new stasher reusable snack bag. We love this bag!

    Ham and cheese tortilla pinwheels. Sides were organic baby carrots, grapes in square silicone cups, cereal bar cut into half and cheddar snacks.

    Bento lunch 4: Ham and cheese tortilla pinwheels. Sides were organic baby carrots, grapes in square silicone cups, cereal bar cut into half and cheddar snacks. This lunch is packed in a Planetbox shuttle.

    SunButter and Jam Pinwheels.

    Bento lunch 5: This is the lunch which I mentioned above. SunButter and jam pinwheels which failed. Annie's organic snack and Babybel cheese with an eye food pick in square silicone cups. Sides were cucumber sticks, baby carrots, pineapple and watermelon chunks. This lunch is packed in an Easylunchboxes.


    Thursday, September 29, 2016

    4 Transportation Themed Lunches

    Looking at these transportation themed lunches is putting me into travel and vacation mode! I wish we could have a long vacation and more travels coming soon but unfortunately our next long one will be around Christmas time, not that it will be really long, only around two weeks if I'm not mistaken. These lunches were created with our Lunch Punch transportation set which comes with four cutters. They are easy to use and the final results are always cute, you can add some accents like what I did or go without and your lunches will still turn out cute!

    4 Transportation Themed Lunches

    Nikolai enjoyed these lunches last school year before our summer vacation! It sure brings back memories.

    Truck with cargo school lunch in a Planetbox

    Bento lunch 1: Truck with cargo. I used the lunch punch cutter for the sandwich and added cheddar cheese wheels and a cap pick for the driver. Sides are pineapple and watermelon chunks with a truck food pick, choc cover sunflower seeds, cucumber slices, organic baby carrots, a cereal bar and crackers. This lunch is packed in a Planetbox rover.

    Aeroplane in cloud lunch in a Yumbox

    Bento lunch 2: Aeroplane in cloud with Provolone cheese accents. The plane was, of course, cut with the same cutter, while the little clouds were freehand cut.
    Sides are organic granola bar, pineapple chunks, yogurt covered fruits, organic baby carrots with a cloud baran. This lunch is packed in a leak-proof Yumbox panino.

    Train with coal car bento lunch in a Planetbox

    Bento lunch 3: For this 'Train with coal car' sandwich I used a small circle cutter and some Provolone cheese for the wheels and puffs of smoke from the locomotive and some mild cheddar which I freehand cut for the other accents. Above the coal car is a morning sun of Babybel cheese and below the wheels are celery tracks. This bento also includes orange slices and a granola bar. It is lunch is packed in a Planetbox launch.

    Car lunch in a stainless steel Planetbox

    Bento lunch 4: Car. Main compartment contains a car shaped sandwich with cheddar cheese accents and a cute face pick. Sides were grapes with a stop light pick, yogurt covered fruits, sugar snap peas with dip in the small dipper, organic granola bar and crackers. This lunch is packed in a Planetbox rover.

    I've packed many more lunches created with the lunch punches and I am hoping to post them soon if possible.

    Monday, September 26, 2016

    Fall Acorns and Leaf Bento

    My favorite time of the year is here, fall, yippee! I can't wait for all the fun activities to start. I've already started enjoying the wonderful fall foods such as pumpkin tea, latte, pie, cake, etc. Everything is moderation, right? The weather here is still very hot and will maybe feel like fall in a couple of months time, hopefully. Hurricane season doesn't end until after the turkey gets cooked, and it will be after that when it gets cool enough to be considered fall weather. Still, it is officially fall according to the scientists and the calendar.

    Here is a fall themed lunch which I made for Nikolai last week for his school lunch, on the first day of fall. I've owned the acorn cookie cutter for a while now and every year I overlooked it, so I decided to make a couple of acorns which are so easy.

    Fall Acorns and Leaf Bento

    In this bento lunch (packed in an Easylunchboxes): A couple of acorns sandwiches with the bread crust from the end of the loaf shaped by the same cutter to make the cupule part, a Babybel cheese with maple leaf cutout, organic granola bar with a scarecrow cupcake pick. Sides were sugar snap peas, green and red grapes in a pumpkin silicon cup with a fall cupcake pick.

    Wednesday, September 21, 2016

    5 Homemade Lunchables and DIY Pizza Lunchables

    In this post I will continue to share some lunches which Nikolai had enjoyed last school year and didn't get posted then. There are so many brands and varieties of lunchables these days in stores, their popularity can hardly be questioned. I may have mentioned that we have NEVER bought or tried the store brands ones. It is not that I have anything against those sold in stores, but I just can't justify the price for the small amount of food that you'll get. Packing our own is easy, much less expensive, and we can include the foods that we prefer, and choices are always great. I love packing these lunchable style lunches as it's nice to have a little bit of everything. You can find more lunchables ideas in my previous posts here.

    5 Homemade Lunchables and DIY Pizza Lunchables

    The DIY Pizzables shown here is the first time I packed this for Nikolai and he loved the concept.

    DIY Pizza Lunchables

    Bento lunch 1: DIY Pizza lunchables. Main compartment contains whole wheat sandwich thins (you can also use pita if you prefer), nitrate free pepperoni, organic marinara sauce in a leak-proof mini dipper, a spoon and a baran. Top left are shredded mozzarella cheese and top right are organic granola bar cut into half and seedless grapes.

    DIY homemade lunchables with nitrate free salami

    Bento lunch 2: DIY Homemade Lunchables. Main compartment contains whole wheat crackers, round shaped cheddar cheese which I used my small round shaped cookie cutter for the cut out, organic popcorn and nitrate free salami in a square silicone cup. Sides were organic celery sticks, dip in small container and organic apple slices.

    Ham, cheese, crackers lunchables

    Bento lunch 3: Main compartment contains slices of cheddar cheese, nitrate free ham roll ups with a music note food pick and whole wheat crackers. Sides were cucumber slices and watermelon chunks with a smaller music note pick.

    Mickey Mouse themed lunchables

    Bento lunch 4: DIY Homemade lunchables, Mickey Mouse themed. I used my Mickey Mouse fondant cutter for the provolone and cheddar cheese slices on top of some crackers, nitrate free salami, Pirate's booty and seedless grapes. I also included a yogurt cup which is not pictured.This was the day when we were low on groceries.

    Luncables with cheese, ham, cheese bread, carrots, apple, grapes

    Bento lunch 5: DIY homemade lunchables with nitrate fee honey ham roll ups, cheese stick slices, cheese bread from the store which was so yummy and organic baby carrots in the main compartment. Seedless green grapes and organic apple slices on the top.

    All of these easy lunches were packed in our Easylunchboxes container. Easy peasy right?


    Wednesday, September 14, 2016

    Pikachu Pokemon Go Bento

    Nikolai is so into Pokémon GO and has been going everywhere gathering up these Poké balls to -attempt- to catch the virtual Pokémon in the real world. Hubby takes him around to the Pokéstops which are interesting because they could be in places you never knew existed, and the Gyms where he battles to defend for his team (Team Mystic!). Nikolai asked me to create several Pokemon themed lunches. How many Pokémon are in the Pokédex? (Answer: 151). I must admit that I don't know them all, only that my personal favorite is Pikachu (Nikolai's is Charizard and Charmander) and I've found it is fairly easy to create. The lunch below is the first which I created a few weeks ago. Now, I need inspiration for some other characters.:)

    Pikachu Pokemon Go Bento

    In this bento lunch (packed in a Planetbox rover): A sandwich with a Pikachu of mild cheddar cheese using a large circle cutter. The nori mouth was freehand cut as were the tops of the ears, and the nose was made with a heart shaped puncher. Nori and Provolone cut with round cookie cutters made the eyes, and another round cutter was used to make the blushing cheeks. Above Pikachu are cucumber slices and to the left of them are Annie's organic snacks. To the left of Pikachu are some grapes and chunks of pineapple. In the middle of it is a Poké Ball of Babybel cheese, small round provolone and nori.

    Here are the supplies that I used to create and pack this lunch.


    Tuesday, September 13, 2016

    4 French Toast Breakfast For Lunch Ideas

    I am biased here, I would say that my hubby makes the best french toast! I never much liked French toast before I met him but now, after tasting the ones that he made, I kinda like it as does Nikolai, who loves them and often requests them for his school lunch. The French toast bentos below were made by my hubby except for the French toast sticks which I got from my freezer stash. We like to stock up on some frozen breakfast items for times when we need quick and easy, grab and go.

    4 French Toast Breakfast For Lunch Ideas

    The first breakfast for lunch, shown in the photo below, and packed in our leak-proof Yumbox , is so easy. While hubby was cooking more French toast, I added some features to the ones that I helped packed in the Yumbox. I used a small circle cutter for the cheddar ears and provolone nose, raisin eyes and nori accent for the nose. Does it look like a bear? His sides were organic maple syrup, organic apple sauce and orange slices.

    French toast breakfast for lunch, bear themed.

    The second breakfast for lunch was from my freezer stash, with the French toast heated in the toaster oven. The sides were organic granola bar cut into half, grapes, organic maple syrup, strawberry yogurt with a strawberry cut into star shape and some organic crackers. This lunch was packed in a leak-proof Bentgo lunchbox.

    French toast sticks breakfast for lunch

    This third breakfast for lunch French toast was also made by my hubby and I added a smiley face to it, raisin eyes and nori mouth with a cap pick, easy peasy! Sides were organic apple sauce, seedless grapes, organic maple syrup in the small container, Trader Joe's yogurt stars and a spoon wrapped in cloth napkin. This lunch was packed in a Bentology lunchbox.

    Smiley face French toast breakfast for lunch

    The fourth French toast breakfast for lunch was also packed in our leak-proof Yumbox. I added a baran sheet for cuteness. Alongside are Chobani Greek yogurt, organic maple syrup and seedless grapes with a pick.

    French toast breakfast for lunch with a cute baran sheet

    Here are the supplies that I used to create and pack these lunches.