I’m so excited to start packing some lunches. Seriously!
It’s been such a long wait for my kids to be school-aged so that I can pack some cute meals for them to take with them. hahaha. OK, really, they actually grow up too fast, but I’ve been collecting adorable lunch making supplies for about 10 years, so it seems like a really long wait! I know that’s a little nutty. But, I’m for real! And it’s finally time!
I lived in Japan for a year or so teaching English back in the single days. And I totally fell in love with the whole bento box and all the cute animals and character stuff. Man, those Japanese can pack a lunch!! It’s an art! AWESOME!! So, I stocked up. And when I returned home I started teaching ESL and some of my students were Japanese. And they gave me some more. And my sweet friend Amy lives abroad and just sent me some more! I have rice molds, and egg molds, and sandwich presses, and cute boxes, and matching chopsticks, and tiny veggie cutters, and little sauce containers.
It’s time to get packing!!!
I’m so thankful that my kids aren’t really picky and will try just about any food. I’m going to have some fun packing for them! They do have their favorite foods, of course. And one of them is yogurt. I swear these kids could eat their weight in yogurt. And fruit. Fruit and yogurt! Which is why I’m so excited to try out the new Yoplait Fruitful line. It’s a new product and it pretty different than their traditional line. Each 6 ounce serving has a full 1/3 cup of fruit!! They have six amazing flavors. (Cherries & Red Berries, Peach, Pineapple, Strawberry, Blueberry and Mango, Pineapple & Orange) They have no artificial flavors or sweeteners. My kids are going to love these. Simply real fruit and real yogurt! I know they will make an appearance in most of my packed lunches.
It’s different than any yogurt you’ve ever had!
Currently this tasty treat is only available in select states, so be sure to check the product finder to locate the store nearest to you that carries this fabulous new fruity yogurt.
This post is sponsored by Yoplait but my love of fruit and good yogurt is 100% my own.