Wednesday, October 5, 2011

the big one

Baby girl has been complaining lately that she's still hungry after lunch and that I need to make her a bigger lunch.  So I really tried to make this lunchbox substantial and filling.


Pasta salad with a balsamic vinaigrette dressing and peas, corn & broccoli, soda crackers filled with pupkin seed butter & strawberry jam, a few organic cookies, Sun Rype fruit bites, a juice box, celery matchsticks, strawberries sprinkled with ground flax, 2 pieces of gardein chick'n strips and ketchup for dipping, and a "bat" sandwich (multigrain bread with vegan cheese). It's her new favourite.  Apparently she ate the "bat" for breakfast and then cried because she wanted another one. Also no pictured is a packet of maple oatmeal. 


Baby girl ate the entire lunch except a few lone spirals of pasta and the celery sticks, which she never eats anyways.  And then she refused to eat dinner because she wasn't hungry.




9 comments:

Jeni Treehugger said...

You are an AWESOME mum, what a fab lunch box.
:-)

Carissa said...

That's a HUGE lunch! That should fill her up :) How old is she?

Amey said...

oh! I just found your blog and I love it. Maybe your daughter is like the spainards and italians who eat their biggest meal at lunch time! :)

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Janet said...

Carissa, my daughter is only 3 - sometimes I think she has a bigger appetite than me!

Jeni & Amey, thanks! I'm glad you like the lunchboxes, I'll keep posting more of them.

Diana, thanks for the offer, I'll send you an email.

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