Pretzel Eggs


I feel like we are finally back into the swing of things since the holidays. For us, it always takes just as long to get back into the groove than the holiday lasted! Harper and Adler's daddy was home with us between Christmas and New Years, and as much as we love him home with us, things definitely get all out of sorts with eating and schedules. I like when things get shaken up, but I love when things get back into order.

Today, I'm going to show you two very similar lunches! Unlike Banana Bagels, which showed two of the exact same "friend" lunches, these are a little different. These lunches are what my children, Harper and Adler ate the other day. If you look closely, you'll see some tweaks. Of course, two children don't always prefer the same foods! Harper LOVES blackberries, but Adler will not eat them. Adler loves red grapes, but Harper isn't a fan. And if you didn't already know, our little two year old had a playground accident about 9 months ago and he lost his two front teeth. So a lot of his foods still need to be cut up, especially vegetables. I'm going to start showing more foods that we feed our little Adler! Not only will you get some ideas for what a toddler may like to eat, you'll also get to see how I make two lunches just a little different to accommodate each child.

These lunches are prepared in an EasyLunchboxes container. They each have Rold Gold Tiny Twists Pretzels and POLLY-O 2% String Cheese. The larger Wilton Square Silicone Baking Cups have orange mini peppers and fruit (blackberries for Harper, red grapes for Adler). The smaller silicone cups are M.V. Trading Mini Silicone Food Cups. To mold Harper's egg in the shape of a bear, I used the Kotobuki Plastic Egg Mold.