This post is sponsored by Frozen grapes at Walmart.
This year is E’s first real year of school; my baby is headed to kindergarten! He often stayed for an optional lunch bunch last year during preschool but he’s super excited that this year everyone in his class will stay for lunch with him. He’s quite the social butterfly. 😉 I’ve been exploring a few new lunch ideas including easy themed school lunches. Given our love of Olaf, it’s no surprise that my first idea is a Disney FROZEN school lunch.
I stuck with some of his favorite foods and came up with a pretty fun school lunch. Bonus, I didn’t need to buy anything special to pull it off. I used a square plastic container to house all the food, a smaller round bowl, and 2 blue silicone cupcake liners to keep the food separately. I also used a snowflake cookie cutter and sharpies for the finishing touches.
FROZEN School Lunch Ingredients
- Baby Carrots – Olaf noses
- Pretzels- Sven antlers
- Peanut butter sandwich – Snowflake sandwich.
- Grapes – FROZEN grapes
- Cheese stick – Olaf cheese stick
To make FROZEN grapes, fill a small plastic container with grapes and freeze overnight. Of course with the cute packaging, they are already FROZEN themed! Cut the pretzels in half to create Sven antlers. The Olaf string cheese is really easy to make with a black and orange sharpie. I promise that I have no drawing skills and I easily pulled it off!
I even added a fun FROZEN themed note, basically, one of my printable FROZEN Valentines repurposed. This is totally optional but you can download them here if you want to include them too.
By the way, I picked up the Disney FROZEN grapes at Walmart earlier this week. While at the Disney Social Media Moms Celebration, we learned about Disney’s plan to encourage kids to eat more produce by adding fun characters to packaging. I LOVE this so much!