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Panda Love

This is a set of brand spankin' new cutters called CuteZCute. This versatile cutter can be used as a sandwich cutter, cookie cutter/stamp, rice mold and more! Each set comes with the head and panda, kitty, frog and piggy faces. It also comes with that handy dandy pick to push out the food from the little detailed holes. Miss C absolutely LOVED this!



Panda Grape Jelly Sandwich with hard boiled egg whites, 
cheese cubes, blueberries and raspberries

Banana bread, tomatoes, turkey rolls and cheese cubes, grapes and peanuts in a Panda container.

We also love our new Trio Lunchbot!  It is stainless steel, a great alternative to plastic boxes. It may look small and compact, but it holds a lot more food than you think it will!


For these lunches, I used:
 
 

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Daddy's turn!

"Don't cha wish your girlfriend(wife) packed lunch like me?"
Mommy's and Daddy's Lunch:   Grilled pork chops over green beans grilled red potatoes and grapes

I don't really care if my husband gets teased about his lunches. I don't think he does either. He rarely eats lunches, so when he was participating in the Crossfit Open last March, he needed to maintain a healthier eating routine, I was a little more giddier than he was to pack his lunches too. I didn't take many pictures of them, since he didn't care much for presentation, but with EasyLunchBoxes, it was easy to arrange the food in different compartments.

Last weekend, he participated in a mud/foam run in Chicago with the some of the athletes at our Crossfit box. It was a 2.5 hour bus ride each way, so he needed to pack lunch and a post-race dinner.  Of course I jumped on that opportunity to pack his lunches too. :)
Mud Run Munchies Juices for carbs, water, protein shake, bananas ELB#1: eggs, …