Well, officially, I am, but my sous-chefs are quite happy about the project, especially when Ben discovered Gogurt has Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, Marvel Superheroes and Disney's Phineas & Ferb yogurts. I can't quite object to anything with Perry the Platypus on it.
What does this mean? I'll be getting to create some awesome lunches that incorporate Gogurt into your kids' lunchboxes. And Ben got his TMNT yogurt and some neat cases that keep them chilled. So all is quite well in our house.
Our first creation was actually a lunch for Ben's Cub Scout Day Camp. This was before I discovered that there are Marvel Avengers Gogurts. I feel the need to remake this lunch with a Captain America Gogurt since it would match so much better.
Ben has a ham and cheese sandwich on honey wheat, cut with Spiderman and Captain America press cutters, so it's just slightly smaller than a single, whole sandwich, but much cuter. He also has a kiwi and grapes, with a Green Lantern accent. I was later informed by a sarcastic son that it's a different kind of comic. Some children.
He chose some honey wheat pretzels for his treat and a Berry Blue Blast Gogurt, which I froze to keep it chilled for lunchtime.
Lunch is packed in our Easy Lunchboxes and included extra icepacks since camp was outside.