Bored with Sandwiches? Tired of pb&j? Looking for alternatives? (Be sure to click the “gear” at the bottom of the video frame as it plays to watch in gorgeous HD!) Click HERE for Keeley’s delicious RECIPES. Keeley McGuire is a mama who
So many lunches, So many COLORS! Since coming out with my new set of BRIGHTS containers, lunches have become even more eye-appealing and colorful! Now really, I hardly thought that this could even be possible, but inspired by Cristi’s post
Yes Virginia, there really is a Bento Fairy Her name is Keeley McGuire. And yesterday, she spread her fairy dust over 25 elementary school kids in Kalamazoo, MI. She brought with her delicious bento lunches for all: turkey and cream
“Only healthy food in this lunch, MOM!” – Lily, age 5 Having created a simple yet ultra functional lunchbox, I’m amazed and delighted to see what you pack and create every day. The best part of my “job” is sharing all
“Here’s the real news: Lunch-packing isn’t about food groups and how much of which items the kids eat. Lunch-packing is about providing OPPORTUNITY.” -Brianne DeRosa I’ve decided lately that I have a small talent for curating information, ideas, and people, and
This is not a “feel good” post. It may even be a “feel sad” post. If you’re a reader of this blog, and maybe a fan of my EasyLunchboxes, you know that (surprise!) I’m a little obsessed with healthy lunches.
Two posts from a couple of my favorite bloggers this week gave me (and many others) a lot of food for thought. Bettina Elias Siegel who pens the always thought provoking The Lunch Tray fueled my school food frustrations via this
Learn how to make your own! My kids love the “idea” of the Lunchable. They love the idea of peeling off the chemical laden plastic seal off of an equally chemical rich plastic container that’s been sitting on the refrigerated