Due to a perfect storm of maladies, work related stress and lack of time, I have fallen behind on my lunch posts. But, as usual, lunch has still been happening.
I’m not gonna lie, I ate a whole lot of egg salad last week. I think I had it for three lunches in a row. But the kiddos need more variety than I, so I had to make sure they didn’t O.D. on egg salad.
At some point last week, I made quesadillas. I have no idea what, other than cheese, I put in them. Sometimes last week seems like last year.
For Friday’s lunch, I made a delicious batch of overnight oats with yogurt, vanilla soy milk, bananas, blueberries and a little swirl of Nutella. This lunch also had the last of the Easter eggs. I had to admit defeat and throw away some hard-boiled eggs. They don’t last forever.
For reasons unknown to me, all the public schools in this area have late start Monday. The day starts at 9:25 instead of 8:25. It’s a total pain in all ways, but one: I actually have time to make lunch on Monday mornings. Although, morning made lunches tend to be low on the ambition scale. Sometimes you just can’t fight it: the beauty and ease of a peanut butter and jelly sandwich. Although, lest you call me out as a total slacker, that there white thing in the treat tray is a real, honest to goodness homemade marshmallow. Sunday was my sweet Iain’s 9th birthday and all he wanted was a single (NOT decorated) gigantic marshmallow, which we then used to make the best s’mores ever.
Iain also requested fish tacos for his birthday, because he’s awesome. For lunch, the fish tacos were transformed into these cute little fish quesadillas made with corn tortillas.