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My Lunch Box

My Lunch Box

I find making Mini’s lunches really challenging. For one thing, he doesn’t eat much beyond a few different combinations of bread and cheese. For another, the few things he likes beyond those variations of cheese and bread combinations are considered contraband at school: peanut butter, any kind of dried fruit product, Cheetos. So basically, I’m left with Chicken, cheese and bread, and goldfish crackers. Which is why this My Lunch Box: 50 Recipes for Kids to Take to School! recipe box set sounds appealing to me — it contains a bunch of ideas for lunches for your kid so that they don’t get sick of what you make them. I haven’t tried it, but with 50 different recipes I’m hoping there’s something Mini will eat.

Comments (2)

  1. Sep 23, 2010

    Dried fruit products are contraband?? Really? Whoa.

    I’m looking at raisins in a whole new, sexy-forbidden-fruit sort of way. Never thought that would happen.

  2. weezy
    Sep 24, 2010

    If you’re looking at raisins in a new light, just wait until you get to fruit leather.

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