I couldn't say what she had when and how much she ate but I think I remember what was in them. This one contained kiwi, spaghetti sauce meatballs and some rice decorated with little ham kitties.
I packed this one in her new blue sucre bento box. I love it! It contained a chicken and cheese mayo sandwich decorated with a cucumber tree and little cheese star. Also, some grapes on snowman picks (which I find kinda skeletal looking eek) and Christmas-shaped pretzels.
A fun Curious George sammie. Inside the sandwich I think was turkey or chicken and George was made with bologna turkey/chicken and nori features. To make him, I simply printed a pic of Curious George, traced it onto parchment paper and then cut around the sandwich meat with a toothpick. Very easy. The nori is the tricky part I think. I gave up and just used stamped out features in the end. She also had some little cheddar duckies and a Clementine.
I don't remember what this sandwich was. Most likely turkey or chicken. I made a little glove out of bologna and American cheese. I used a decorator's tip for the dots. Took about 2 minutes to make. On the side, she had some festive pretzels again and a little pineapple fruit gel. Pretty sure she ate it all up.
This lunch Willow made herself, with a little help from Mommy, for one of the holiday-themed Muffin Tin Mondays. She hada peanut butter snowman sandwich decorated with sprinkles, fruit leather and a cucumber hat. Also in the little mini muffin cups are some holly-shaped cucumbers, Christmas dots and some Christmas pretzel snowflakes.
Another Christmas muffin tin. I was in a rush making this one. She had a snowflake sandwich, pretzel Christmas trees (just realizing how much pretzels she's been eating lately!), cheerio 'halos', yogurt raisin 'snow', broccoli 'trees' and some mandarin snowman mouths (haha I know it's a stretch).
A little blurry and hard to see but this was a ham teddy bear sandwich with strawberries and cheese triangle.
And finally, this last one was bologna and cheese roll-ups, with veggies: carrots and cucumber plus ranch and for fruit: grapes and apple slices. It was packed in the new Lunch Bots Trio box which they kindly sent to me for review. I haven't owned a lunch bots box before and was excited for this one to arrive. I've seen so many adorable bento lunches packed in them online. When this one came out recently, I was impressed to see more sections in the box than the others. Although I like the two also, for variation and think I will get both.
I love the shiny stainless steel , great if you don't want to use plastic for your lunches and it's sturdy also. The permanent dividers are awesome - no losing bits and pieces down the garbage disposal (or is that just me?) Love that it is dishwasher safe - that's a big plus in my book. And it packs a good size lunch. Sandwiches would have to be cookie-cutted out or made small but that's fine with me since it's what I always do. The only downside for me was that the bottom divider was a little crooked and since it's permanent I can't fix it. I don't know if you can tell in the picture. Not a big problem but if I had to pick one I would rather that be straight. Most likely just how this particular box was made though. The lid fits snugly, although it isn't water-tight and, unlike the other lunch bots boxes, it is stainless steel which is very cool looking.