Cooking for My Kids: Project Lunchbox

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Even though I have not been posting pictures and recipes every day, I have still been enjoying participating in Project Lunchbox, hosted by the lovely Marla of Family Fresh Cooking.

I have made Sandwiches cut into cute shapes with fruit,

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Ravioli and Peanut Butter Yogurt Fruit Dip,

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Chicken Taquitos,

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Garlic Bread Cubes with Pizza Sauce,

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Southwest Rice,

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And, Honey Mustard Chicken with Rice, to name a few.

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Mostly, I have just been using leftovers to create a fun, fresh, healthy lunch.  And, the boys have certainly appreciated adding some diversity into the plain ‘ole sandwich routine.

I linked up at the following:

Grateful Belly for What’s New Wednesday

Lil’ Luna for Lil’ Luna’s Link Party

Polkadots on Parade for Wow Me Wednesday

Lady Behind the Curtain for Cast Party Wednesday

Naptime Creations for Tasty Tuesday Party

Simple Living for Foodie Friday

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7 Responses to Cooking for My Kids: Project Lunchbox

  1. marla says:

    Yay!! Your lunch boxes look amazing. Keep up the great work :) Well worth all the effort.

    • Thank you for hosting such a fun, important project. While I always pack their lunches, it has been fun to really focus on what I am packing for them and be a little more creative with it. You are awesome, and I appreciate your dedication to Family Fresh Cooking. :)

  2. Diane Balch says:

    Always looking for some non sandwich lunch ideas. Please share this on my foodie friday linky today.
    Diane Balch recently posted..Foodie Friday Linky: Happy Earth Day "Compost Cookies"My Profile

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