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Back to School Lunch Ideas with Cheese
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My thought is why not “play” into that instinct to make mealtime fun? Recently, when I spotted packages of pre-cut slices of cheese shapes, it gave me an idea that will work with any brand or variety of cheese – sliced, blocks, whatever.
Imagine the kids’ reactions if we send them to school with a selection of sliced cheese, maybe American or Cheddar or a flavored Jack cheese, along with either shredded, chunked or sliced fruits and veggies, and pickles, olives, some sliced hard-cooked eggs, crackers and/or their favorite bread. They can let their creative juices flow by assembling their own open-faced sandwiches – I mean, fun faces.
You know that sandwiches they make themselves with fun ingredients and fun faces are going to disappear. And the kids have a blast making and eating them, too. So once you've tested the waters with that, try making eye-catching edible boats you build by threading a toothpick with an apple slice, fresh mozzarella cheese ball, a grape tomato and peapod sails.
Of course, even something as simple as using a cookie cutter to make fun shapes out of cheese slices for snacking can be a blast. So say "Cheese," and let the kids play along to become members of the “I ate my own lunch” club, because…"OOH IT'S SO GOOD!!®"
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