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Tuesday, September 2, 2014

2 Quick and Easy Kids DIY Lunchables

Almost once a week lately, I have been packing a quick and easy lunch for Nikolai so I could have some extra minutes of sleep.
The other day while shopping at one of the grocery stores, I saw pre-made lunchables near the deli section and they were around $5.00. I told Nikolai that if he doesn't finish his lunch, I am going to charge him five bucks or more since his lunchables are cuter than the ones sold in stores.:)

Lunchables in Easylunchboxes

DIY lunchables in Easylunchboxes, bento school lunches

In this lunchables:
  • Top left: Fig bar.
  • Top right: Whole wheat Ritz crackers
  • Bottom section: Organic baby carrots, salami, seedless green grapes, blueberries, mild cheddar and mozzarella cheese slices.
Lunchables in Goodbyn Bynto

DIY lunchables, bear themed in Goodbyn Bynto

In this lunchables:
  • Top section: Seedless green grapes and blueberries in a large silicone cup with a cute pick. Organic baby carrots.
  • Center: Salami topped with bear shaped mild cheddar and mozzarella cheese.
  • Bottom section: Whole wheat Ritz crackers
Here are the supplies or similar that I used to create and pack these lunches.

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  1. Both look great and so healthy! Love the bear cut-outs!

  2. I love them both, cute and yummy!

  3. Isn't the price of Lunchables just ridiculous? Especially if you think about what it is--usually just some cheese, meat, and crackers! Anything they pack as "convenience" food, though, does give me ideas, lol. Great lunches! Let us know how the $5 fee turns out.

    1. Food for Dissertating, yes, the price is ridiculous and I have never bought any lunchables ever! Nikolai finished his lunch except some carrots which he is not too keen on lately and I did not charge him,lol. I am glad to know that you like the lunches.:)




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