Monday, March 5, 2012

Lunch Made Easy: Tuesday Tiers

I thought I would give Little Miss a change up for her lunch tomorrow and use her ladybug tiered bento box. It's been a long while since she's had a school lunch in it. :)

In the deeper, bottom compartment Little Miss has a romaine salad with carrots and cheese.
There is a small container with a small amount of zesty italian dressing inside.
Two oven roasted deli turkey slices are tucked into the corners (they kind of look like roses).
There is also a hard boiled egg done in a heart shaped egg mold - I sliced it in half.
Top tier are two picks of red seedless grapes and a Mott's natural applesauce to go drink.



Meals for Tuesday: (Sorry I forgot to do this on yesterday's post!)
Breakfast - Fresh fruit and yogurt (may blend it into a smoothie)
Snack -  Banana Chocolate Chip Muffin (GF)
Lunch - Pictured and detailed above
Dinner - Leftover Apricot Chicken with brown rice and steamed veggies

9 comments:

  1. Looks delicious!! I need to remember to try out my egg molds....I've had them for awhile and they always slip my mind!

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  2. I love that ladybug box where did you get it? Super tasty lunch!

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    1. I actually bought it about a year ago from Old Navy for $5 :)

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  3. Super cute bento box! What kind of lunch box do you use? When you use the easylunchbox do you send it in the bag it comes in? What about if you use a bento like this? Love the lunch!

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    1. Thank you!
      She has two lunch bags she primarily uses - both fit our ELB's or a container like this one. One being our ELB cooler bag, the other is an upright bag I bought from Target - Embark brand.

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  4. Where do you buy the lady bug container and the egg molds
    Thanks

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    1. Hi! I purchased the lady bug container from Old Navy a year ago. I believe they no longer sell them, as I read posts from others that they were clearanced out this past fall.
      The egg molds can be found on Amazon (I have a link to them on the right hand side of my page in an Amazon widget).
      You can also buy them on allthingsforsale.com but the JapanBargain store on Amazon sells them with free shipping :)

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  5. Yummy and love the lunch box as well :)

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  6. Yummy, nice and healthy lunch. Love the heart eggs, gotta break mine out soon!

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