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With the holidays behind us, it’s once again time for packing school lunches. Valentine’s Day is fast approaching, and I have a sweet idea for a Valentine’s Day lunch for kids.
This simple, wholesome lunch is sure to be a hit with your kids.
A Valentine’s Day lunch is deserving of a special treat, so I included a Snack Pack, made with real nonfat milk and fortified with as much calcium as an 8-ounce glass of milk*.
What’s inside this Valentine’s Day lunch box?
Heart Shaped PB&J. I have yet to meet a kid who doesn’t love a peanut butter and jelly sandwich. Use a heart shaped cookie cutter for the bread, and a smaller heart to make the peek-a-boo opening on one side to reveal a bit of the jelly.
Add some fruit. This lunch contains cubed honey dew melon and cantaloupe. Also, some strawberries were cut into halves. I used a knife to remove the stems and cut a v-shape into the top, to resemble hearts. Use whatever fruit you have on hand. A miniature heart shaped cookie cutter could even be used to cut your melon into hearts.
For an added touch, place a heart candy on top of the Snack Pack Pudding. I had to laugh when I came across this candy with #Love on it. Everything seems to have a hashtag these days!
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