Simple Halloween Themed Lunch

by on October 1st, 2013
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I am really starting to feel the spirit of the Halloween season kicking in. So I dug deep in my lunch supply cabinet and pulled out my Halloween cookie cutters and food picks! I needed to keep it simple though because I didn’t have time to store away scraps etc. You see I waited to pack lunches until this morning and of course I woke up late! That is certainly a recipe for disaster but I wasn’t ready to admit lunch defeat!

Now I admit I was a little foggy minded as my little guy kept me up most of the night. I was still pretty happy however with this simple Halloween themed lunch that I pulled together quickly. I simply pressed my jack-o-lantern cookie cutter into one slice of bread applying pressure underneath the cutter and bread with my hand to make a good impression. I then made my sandwich and cut in half. This happens to be no nitrate added chicken breast BUT fill the sandwich with whatever you like! Your choice! I then added broccoli tucking in a spider food pick for fun. For 2 seconds I had visions of the Great Pumpkin… all you Peanuts fans know what I’m talking about!

To complete this lunch I added sliced plums and broken pieces of Mild Green Mojo Chips by Late July. I couldn’t resist adding a jack-o-lantern pick to the plums! This whole lunch took just a few minutes and was super simple! This lunch is packed in an Easylunchboxes container!

Sincerely,
Deb

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