Okay my friends, let’s celebrate Earth Day! Share your waste free lunch by posting links to your blogs in the comment section. If you don’t have blog, you can just list the contents of your lunch. If you’d like to submit a picture, please do so and I will update this entry with your picture. Pictures can be sent to: firstname.lastname@example.org
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Until Sunday, you can enter the code EASTER10 to save an additional 10% on both purchases. And, no, this post is not sponsored by Mamapedia, Re-Pac or Cafe Press.
Now, the fun begin! Here is my lunch for today. Today’s lunch celebrates both Earth Day by being waste-free and Easter!
The Contents – Green apples, snap peas, cucumber and bunny carrots. Two baby chicks sitting upon a nest of noodles.
The Details – The noodles are simply tossed with a bit of oyster sauce for flavor. The baby chicks are made of a hardboiled egg and leftover Halloween sprinkles for the eyes and a triangle of carrot for the beak. To make the triangles, I just used kitchen scissors to snip out a bit of a carrot slice. Once you snip four or more triangles out, you’re left with a “flower” to decorate the noodle nest.
The Verdict – My oldest son asked if they were penguins…
And for dessert:
Chocolate “dirt” pudding with green sprinkles (that you can’t see) topped with marshmallow bunnies!