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Tuesday, May 17, 2016


Panda and Roll-Ups Lunches

The last day of school for us is on June 10th....I have mixed feelings, on one hand I can't wait for the last day of school and for our summer holidays to begin, on the other hand, I dread it 'cause it will be his last year in elementary school. The other day I asked Nikolai, "can I shrink you to be a small boy again since you are growing up way too fast", he looked at me as if I had lost my mind and just said "No"! LOL!

I came across some organic cheddar popcorn the other day and they are delicious. Our family are not fans of popcorn, but these are irresistible and I included some in these bento lunches for Nikolai.

Panda on sandwich thins lunch

In this bento lunch (packed in a Planetbox Rover):
  • Main compartment - Panda shaped provolone cheese above a sandwich thin. I used our CuteZCute cutter to create the Panda.
  • Upper left - Organic baby carrots and celery sticks.
  • Lower left - Strawberries and panda pick.
  • Center - Dye free choc covered sunflower seeds.
  • Upper right - Organic popcorn.
This second one has popcorn with some roll-ups and a yogurt covered star.
Roll-Ups for school lunch

In this bento lunch (packed in a Planetbox Rover):
  • Main compartment - Organic popcorn with Disney Cars McQueen cupcake ring.
  • Upper left - Organic baby carrots.
  • Lower left - Strawberries.
  • Center - Yogurt covered star.
  • Upper right - Bread roll-ups.
Here are the supplies that I used to create and pack these lunches.



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4 comments:

  1. Cute and looks yummy, my kids love roll ups!

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    1. Glad to know that your kids love roll-ups too! Thanks for your kind comment!

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  2. Love the roll ups! Me too, wished they can be little again at times.

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    1. Thanks Ming. I'm guessing that the hardest will be when we see them going off to college!

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