We have had a fantastic Christmas and enjoyed our long holidays very much. They have been great fun with lots of food, the company of our wonderful family and visiting with great friends. Now, however, it's back to basics time and I'll start by posting some fun and easy lunches which Nikolai enjoyed months ago. All of these lunches were packed in our Easylunchboxes. For this week, I'll begin by packing something similar to these, which are simple, quick and easy.
Bento lunch 1: DIY Lunchables. Main compartment of ham roll-ups in a square silicone cup, crackers, seedless green grapes, string cheese slices and organic granola bar. Top left are some organic baby carrots and top right are slices of organic apple.
Bento lunch 2: This was a cute lunch which I packed for Nikolai's field trip. I used my new bear cutter/stamper for the sandwiches. He also had an organic granola bar along with baby carrots, some dip in the small container and seedless red and green grapes with a cute bear pick.
Bento lunch 3: Leftover ham and Annie's organic mac & cheese. He had this lunch warm and I packed it in my Warm&Tote lunch-bag which kept this lunch warm till his lunch time. His sides were some fruits and veggies (not pictured) as I packed them in a snack box with an ice pack.
Bento lunch 4: Freezer pizza bites which I baked in the morning while we were having breakfast. His sides were organic granola bar, a Babybel cheese, organic baby carrots, seedless red and green grapes.
Bento lunch 5: Stamped sandwich. This was an easy one, I stamped the top of the bread with my Mickey stamper, ranch in the Mickey container, organic apple slices and cucumber slices and their Mickey picks completed this lunch.
Bento lunch 6: Annie's organic mac & cheese in a silicone cup are along with whole grain all natural chicken nuggets in the main section with some music note picks. Baby carrots and grapes are in the smaller sections.
Here are the supplies that I used to create and pack these lunches.