How I made this lunch:
- Celery with cream cheese with mini chocolate chips for the eyes and the mouth, with a foam bat on top.
- Blue and Yellow taco chips are broken to look like little ghosts, with a foam ghost on top.
- Red grapes in a row to look like a caterpillar or worm. Raspberries have cream cheese in them. On top, I placed a foam pumpkin and a Happy Halloween sign that I made and laminated.
- Two hard-boiled eggs and I cut a little bit of the bottom so that they could stand. My daughter doesn’t like the yolk, so I stuffed it with luncheon meat. I then drew eyes and a mouth with edible marker. The cheese I cut into ghost shapes, then I added two spiders, a plastic mouse, a lamented cat, a lunch note and a Halloween napkin.
I bought all the plastic and foam items at the buck store and I looked online for the Halloween notes.
Did your kids like this Halloween Lunchbox?
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