fun food friday: a lovely lunch part 2

I know we had a lovely lunch last Friday, but it’s not Valentine’s yet so we had to have another! I like this one better too. Plus I needed another lunch to use my adorable silicone heart muffin liners. I just love them. This was another really simple lunch that was put together in just minutes. The kids ate every bite. Here’s how I made it:

Sandwich – peanut butter and jam on toast cut into large heart. I hade a peekaboo heart in the centre using a small heart cutter.

Silicone heart muffin liner filled with strawberry yogurt with Valentine’s sprinkles. Red apple cut into heart and a couple marshmallow hearts for dessert.

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13 thoughts on “fun food friday: a lovely lunch part 2

  1. Karli

    Absolutely love it! I know I commented on your header before, but I’m just in love with it. I have a slideshow…but I’m wanting to make one screen that looks like yours…a bunch of little pictures. It’s so happy and cheerful! Have a wonderful weekend! XO

  2. Diana

    I just came across your blog and I love your Fun Food Friday! I can’t wait to do these for my son once he’s older and can actually appreciated them :) Thanks for sharing and I’m also your newest follower!

  3. Chic Mommy

    I just have to say that your blog is amazing. As a preschool teacher and mommy of a toddler I love your ideas both for the classroom and at home with my little girl. YOu rock.

  4. Jessica

    New to your blog and I LOVE it! Where do you get your little {tiny} cookie cutters? I made the Palm tree lunch today and my kids loved it! Thanks for all the great ideas!


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