I like to use children's books for inspiration for the lunches I make for my son. Here are a few holiday lunches I have made this year:
The Animal's Santa by Jan Brett
In the Laptop Lunchbox: Little Snow bread, Babybel Snowy Owl Santa, cauliflower snow, tuna & avocado salad Christmas tree with celery greenery, red apple slices, yogurt, and veggies.
In the ELB lunchbox: cheese drawing of Charlie Brown holding an ornament for his tree on top of ham, cashew & raisin ornaments, pb&j Christmas tree sandwich, okra chips, tomato ornament, kiwi, and salad.
Who's That Knocking On Christmas Eve? by Jan Brett
In the Laptop Lunchbox: salami & cheese troll, salami & cheese ice bear, cheese Northern Lights, salad with snowflakes, and fruit.
Our Christmas elf brought Boogs the Pez Santa and then Boogs asked me to make a Santa lunch.
The green & red lunch in the ELB lunchbox includes: broccoli, strawberries, sweet pickles, tomatoes, yogurt, Zbar, and garlic bologna. (Boogs did not take the Pez to school.)
This year's festive holiday veggie platter.Becoming A Bentoholic has made.
Be sure to check out all of the wonderful sites I link to on my side bar. To see more themed lunches click the "lunches" label at the end of this post or go to My Story Themed Lunches board on Pinterest.