Tuesday, June 11, 2013

Big Kid Summer Camp Lunch

We have enjoyed over three weeks of summer vacation so far and this week Ethan gets to go to a summer enrichment program at school. Five full days of fun classes he got to pick out himself. A couple of the courses he opted for: Outdoor Games and Lego Mania. Totally rad!

Yesterday he insisted on packing his own lunch (it was my birthday and he didn't want me "to work too hard" - ha!) and I didn't grab a picture before he left. This is today's lunch:

Laptop Lunches bento box lunch - multigrain tortilla chips, guacamole, cheddar cheese, organic strawberries, grapes & homemade granola bar

Packed in a Laptop Lunches Box:
- multi-grain tortilla chips
- an individual portion of packaged Wholly Guacamole
- cheddar cheese
- organic strawberries & grapes with a fun cocktail  fork to eat them with
- homemade granola bar (wrapped in wax paper and tucked in the side area)

Supplies used to pack this lunch:

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Jacey @ Monkey Munchables said... [Reply to comment]

Very cool. How old is your son that this lunch was for? My daughter is 5 and has a hard time opening the individual guacamole packs. Was wondering if you opened it before putting it in or not.

Great lunch though!

Melissa said... [Reply to comment]

Jacey, this lunch was for my oldest son, he's 11. My daughter who is 6 can open the guac packs too. Are you buying the Wholly Guacamole ones? I looked at a store brand kind (Publix) and those packets looked harder to open. The WG ones peel apart pretty easily and in a way you can use the package to dip the chips into. The Publix ones were like a giant ketchup or hot sauce packet - I think those would be a pain for a kid to manage.

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