While traveling across the country (which we do a LOT) we have decided to not eat out. This is because 1) my child has food allergies, 2) it’s expensive, and 3) we NEVER feel good after eating a meal at a restaurant and then hitting the road again.
We decided to do Bento style lunches and snack while traveling. These make it easy to pass to the kids while in the car or to be able to stop quickly and grab a bite to eat at a picnic spot! This site here has some awesome ideas!
I’ve shared my love of farmer’s markets before. I made another trip this weekend and found some dragonfruit and some pear cactus at the Sarasota Farmer’s Market. The pear cactus turned out to be beautiful and in my opinion a pain to eat with all those tiny seeds. The kids did try and like the dragonfruit though.
At the top right it’s mixed with pineapple chunks. It’s a bit like a pear but definitely has its own distinct taste. At the bottom right are sliced strawberries and blueberries and at bottom left are pears and grapes and almond butter heart pockets made of Rudi’s Whole Grain bread. The lunch is packed in LunchBots new Quad stainless container.
Miss G has a hear pocket sandwich and 2 small containers of dried fruit and nuts packed in her sistema container.
And she has a LunchBots Uno with black seedless grapes…
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