Monday, July 29, 2013

Rock the Lunchbox

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I am very excited to be teaming up with Honest Kids, Annie's Homegrown, Organic Valley & Stonyfield YoKids in their Rock the Lunchbox Back to School program.  Believe it or not, the start of school is only a few weeks away for most of us.  One of the more challenging aspects of school time for many parents is providing their children with healthy lunches that their kids actually want to eat.  The Rock the Lunchbox program's goal is to provide inspiration for parents to do just that.  
Today, I have made a fun and delicious lunch that is a complete and balanced meal. I started with an EasyLunchBox container and added an Organic Sun Butter & raw honey sandwich.  I dressed the sandwich up using an organic gingersnap cookie, icing eyes, a slice of organic apple for the mouth & provolone cheese for the hair.  I added a hair bow bento pick and a dab of linden berry jam for the cheeks.  The larger of the 2 remaining sections is filled with a variety of organic raw veggies (snap peas, orange & red bell peppers, baby cucumber & yellow squash).  The smallest section is filled with Black Mission figs & halved organic green grapes.  This lunch includes a cup of YoKids Blueberry Yogurt, Annie's Organic Bunny Fruit Snacks for dessert, and a pouch of Honest Kids Organic Fruit Punch to drink.  
I also made a snack bento that could either be sent for snack-time at school or saved for an after school treat.  It includes 1/2 a small banana, Annie's Organic Bunny Grahams and a carton of Organic Valley 1% Milk.  
Be sure to check out www.rockthelunchbox.com for lots of other lunch ideas and inspiration. You can even submit your own idea for a chance to win a prize pack full of products and coupons from Honest Kids, Annie's Homegrown, Organic Valley & Stonyfield YoKids.

Interested in the bento supplies I used today?

2 comments:

  1. Rockthelunchbox.com also has some great coupons!

    Curious: did you just use a regular marker to write on the banana? The ink doesn't leak through?

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    1. Sarah, I use regular non-toxic Sharpie markers to write on bananas and oranges. The ink does not bleed through to the fruit.

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