Wednesday, March 28, 2012

Easter Egg Lunch


I am always on the lookout for new ways to use things I have laying around the house. Those little plastic Easter eggs are no exception. They have had many uses for me besides just a place to store candy. I have used them as molds for my fruity pebble pops, as bath toys, as sand box toys, and now as lunch servers.

My mom has always said that when I was little and she needed to take a shower or get something done during the day, she would fill a muffin tin with different finger foods for me to eat while she got 10 minutes to her self. I loved the idea so much, that I routinely do the same for my daughter. She loves to eat her breakfast or lunch out of the little muffin tins. Thus, when I was thinking about another way to use my plastic Easter eggs, the two came together in my mind and here you have her Easter egg lunch. I filled each egg with some of her normal lunch time eats including baby carrots, cucumber, broccoli (from my garden!), little turkey sandwiches cut into flower shapes, cheese cut into the same flower shapes, raisins, crackers, puff cereal, grape tomatoes, and a little dessert rice krispie treat egg. All the eggs could close and when in an egg carton are perfectly portable for school. I think I might send her to Mother's Day Out on Friday with her egg carton lunch. As you can see, she loved today's lunch, but how could she not? I want to eat my lunch like this too!


Have fun creating your own version with snacks you or your little one love and then head out for a spring and Easter themed picnic, even if it is in your own backyard!


7 comments on "Easter Egg Lunch"

sondra said...

What an adorable idea & even more adorable little girl you have!

K and S Inspirations on February 24, 2013 at 8:20 PM said...

I love this idea!


Cindy on February 28, 2013 at 6:19 PM said...

I love it we are using this idea for our preschool Easter party.

Andi on March 3, 2013 at 3:37 PM said...

Absolutely adorable...what a great idea! I've shared this with my niece because I just know my great-niece would love this!

Melissa Davis on March 20, 2013 at 7:37 PM said...


Jaimee @ Craft, Interrupted on March 25, 2013 at 9:33 AM said...

So fun! Great job momma! I'm sharing this in an Easter Ideas roundup on my blog - including one pic and a link back to this post : )

Rene Beaubien on March 25, 2013 at 2:11 PM said...

I'm totally trying this! Thanks for the inspiration!

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