Kids Making Lunch

Lily makes a kid-approved lunch.

I wish I could say that it was a regular occurrence, but one in a while, the kids do make their own lunches. They are more than capable of doing this, especially since we pretty much always have a stocked fridge and pantry. Actually, we probably have a far too stocked fridge and pantry. Here, Lily builds a lunch around one of her favorite snacks: honey whole wheat pretzels dipped in peanut butter and Nutella swirled together.

a kid made lunch of pretzels and Nutella peanut butter dip, a Chomp beef stick, pumpkin cookie, carrots and fresh figs
a kid made lunch of pretzels and Nutella peanut butter dip, a Chomp beef stick, pumpkin cookie, carrots and fresh figs

Two Ways with Peanut Butter and Nutella

lunch on 6 Oct 2016: peanut butter, Nutella and banana sandwich with carrots, sweet peppers, persimmon and pineapple slices
lunch on 6 Oct 2016: peanut butter, Nutella and banana sandwich with carrots, sweet peppers, persimmon and pineapple slices
lunch on 6 Oct 2016: peanut butter, Nutella and banana sandwich with carrots, sweet peppers, persimmon and pineapple slices

We’re finishing off the week with some peanut butter and Nutella. For Thursday’s lunch, I made a peanut butter, Nutella and banana sandwich on a nice, fluffy roll.

lunch on 7 Oct 2016: peanut butter and Nutella roll-ups, apples, carrot, GoGo Squeez, and shrimp chips
lunch on 7 Oct 2016: peanut butter and Nutella roll-ups, apples, carrot, GoGo Squeez, and shrimp chips

Today’s lunch has some little peanut butter and Nutella roll ups with lots of apples (sliced and GoGo Squeeze strawberry applesauce), a baby carrot and a small serving of delicious shrimp chips. And with that, another week of school lunches is crushed. Happy Weekend!