Fun Lunch Ideas for Kids

Fun Lunch Ideas for Kids

I don’t know what it is! My toddler is such a picky eater. Isabella is now 2 1/2 and it is sometimes so frustrating to feed her. She can spend hours eating a meal. She rather play than eat. She also can be extremely picky. Since toddlers are really good at snacking all day rather then sitting down to meals, I decided to try out this recipe to see if it would be an easier and more fun way to much some lunch. It worked! She devoured these Peanut Butter and Jelly Sushi Rolls in the blink of an eye. She loved them so much that I decided to make different variations to see if she will eat them just as easily.

 

Peanut Butter and Jelly Sushi Rolls

 

What you will need:

2 tablespoons of Peanut Butter

2 tablespoons of Jelly, Jam, or Preserves of your choice

2 slices of bread

 

What to do:

  1. REMOVE crusts from bread. With a rolling pin completely flatten bread. (I used my hand)
  2. SPREAD 1 tablespoon peanut butter and 1 tablespoon of fruit spread on each slice of bread.
  3. ROLL each slice into a tight spiral.
  4. CUT each spiral into 4 pieces.

Variations

This recipe was so well loved by my daughter, we decided to try it a few other ways. You can really do this with anything!

 

Cream Cheese and Jelly Sushi Rolls

What You will need:

2 tablespoons of Cream Cheese

2 tablespoons of Jelly, Jam, or Preserves of your choice

2 slices of bread

 

What to do:

  1. REMOVE crusts from bread. With a rolling pin completely flatten bread.
  2. SPREAD 1 tablespoon cream cheese and 1 tablespoon of fruit spread on each slice of bread.
  3. ROLL each slice into a tight spiral.
  4. CUT each spiral into 4 pieces.

Turkey Avocado Roll

What you will need:

1 small avocado

2-4 slices of Turkey sliced thin

2 slices of bread.

 

What to do:

  1. REMOVE crusts from bread. With a rolling pin completely flatten bread.
  2. SPREAD half of the avocado on to each slice of bread.
  3. PLACE the slices of Turkey on top of the avocado
  4. ROLL each slice into a tight spiral.
  5. CUT each spiral into 4 pieces

Let Us Know!

Did you try these recipes with your tot? Did they love them or hate them? Do you have any go-to recipes that your kids love? Let us know in the comments section below. Did you attempt these recipes snap a photo and Tag us on FacebookTwitter or Instagram use the hashtag- #bloomingbrilliant

 

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