We like to mix up our lunchboxes a lot, but the PlanetBox is commonly requested by my daughter. She likes the box itself, the bag it came with, and the easy access to multiple food areas. I like it because it gives me a template to work with for lunch, which somehow enables me to think less about the layout. I just fill it up and we’re out the door! Here are some of our PlanetBox creations from the last couple of weeks.
This CuteZCute frog sandwich is made on homemade bread and has a flower bow made with cut-outs from another sandwich. I also packed a Chobani Champions yogurt tube, strawberries, blueberries, cucumber, grape tomatoes, and shelled pistachios.
This PlanetBox features the California Tommy from the recipe that I contributed to the EasyLunchboxes cookbook last year. It is basically a veggie dog, veggie bacon, and cheese, wrapped up in a crescent roll and baked. I added snow peas to the main compartment, along with picks full of grape tomatoes and mozerrella cheese. I also included a Chobani Champions yogurt tube, strawberries, papaya, and shelled pistachios.
I went with animal shaped cheeses slices and crackers for this lunch. I also packed a Chobani Champions yogurt tube, apples, carrots, celery, a little dipper full of light ranch dressing, and shelled pistachios.
Could it get any easier than this? Leftover pizza in a PlanetBox! I added a Chobani Champions yogurt tube, carrots, cucumber, red bell pepper, blueberries, papaya, and shelled pistachios. Because she loves patterns, the cucumber and bell peppers were her favorite part of this lunch!
Here’s a Cute-Z-Cute frog PB&J with sugar snap peas. I also included a Chobani Champions yogurt tube, strawberries, mini heirloom tomatoes with mozzerella, and pistachios. Girlie was most impressed with the big green tomato that had a kind of watermelon pattern to it. I love when her lunches are colorful and fun and entice her to eat more.
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