Tuesday, May 31, 2011

Bento Snacks for Starving Children

Oh yes, F&B are apparently starving to death and needed to eat yet again before we headed off to evening martial arts classes. Poor starving children have such a rough life, you know!



For snacks, which may as well have been a lunch, the kiddos had mini pitas stuffed with ham and cheese, vanilla yogurt with dried cherries and a few chocolate chips, carrots, cucumber, and cantaloupe.

Maybe this can stave off hunger for an hour or so?

10 comments:

  1. My girls are the same way...you'd think I never fed them.

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  2. My girls go through stages where they eat nothing and then others when I seem to not feed them enough. I love it when they eat.

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  3. My daughter could eat us out of house and home, yet she's such a skinny-minny! lol, she will actually tell her grandparents that she hasn't eaten allllllll day when she goes to their house (they know better tho) to try and score some goodies at grandma's house! sneaker...
    http://keeleymcguire.blogspot.com

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  4. My kids are constantly hungry. My son will be chewing and will tell me he is hungry! After a breakfast of eggs, beans, spinach and three bowls of cereal, he will tell me of his hunger...to his credit, he is growing quite well!

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  5. Okay, now I'm hungry for lunch or a snack and it's barely even 10 a.m.!

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  6. I love the cantaloupe hearts! Great idea since kids are so vision oriented when it comes to food

    Btw, visiting from SITS

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  7. Stopping by from SITS! Have an excellent featured day!

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  8. really cool ideas for Tupperware and portion- those are silicone cupcake things, right?

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  9. Oh my gosh, you are a terrific Mom! :) What a wonderful snack, prepared with love. I don't know how you come up with these ideas, but I've bookmarked your site and will visit again for more! My kids aren't picky either (as you mentioned in your SITS interview), but to give them something that looked like this? They'd love it. Thanks for the great ideas!

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  10. What a CUTE blog you have! Visiting from SITS (late for your feature day). I love your ideas. Would love to know what your most popular post has been and feel free to share it in our
    Star Recipes Collection. Even though it's not "technically" a recipe... close enough and such a wonderful idea for families!

    The Lucky Wife (via The Chef)

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