This post is sponsored by BabbleBoxx on behalf of Arnold, Brownberry, Oroweat Organic Bread
We are always on the lookout for fun and nutritious lunch ideas, however it can sometimes be difficult with picky eaters who are reluctant to try new foods. We occasionally fall into a rut with having the same things over and over again, because I can be hesitant to introduce something new only to have it be wasted! I was absolutely delighted to learn about Brownberry Organic White made with Whole Wheat Bread, because I knew the twins in particular would be super excited to try it.
Harper was especially thrilled to see that our package included bread featuring Disney’s Mickey Mouse and Minnie Mouse! Not only was the packaging adorable, but the super smooth and soft bread quickly became a favorite. And while the kids might not care as much about the ingredients, I was happy to see organic whole grains listed as the first ingredient as well as Vitamins A, D, & E.
In addition, Brownberry Organic Breads are freshly baked using renewable wind energy and are USDA Organic and Non-GMO Project Verified. Brownberry Organic also donates a portion of their revenue from this bread to support environmental causes as a member of 1% for the Planet! I love supporting sustainable brands that focus on future generations as well as the present.
The package we received was perfect for getting the twins excited to make a fun and nutritious lunch: in addition to the yummy bread, we found Disney’s Mickey Mouse and Minnie Mouse cookie cutters, a chef’s hat & apron, reusable sandwich/snack baggies, and some fun Mickey Mornings activity cards!
Our open-face sandwiches were quite simple to make:
- Cut out Mickey Mouse shapes (or any other fun shape)
- Spread peanut butter (or other favorite spread)
- Slice up some fresh fruit and decorate!
We barely had the twins’ sandwiches made before their older siblings caught on and were wanting to make their own versions as well! It has been the perfect way to encourage a well balanced lunch.
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