Tuesday, July 19, 2011

Watermelon PB&J Lunch



We made this cute watermelon lunch using 2 pieces of bread, peanut butter, strawberry jelly, raisins, and green grapes.

We cut the corners off of the bread to make it look like a slice of watermelon. We spread peanut butter on the inside and the jelly on the outside. Put some raisins on the top to look like seeds. Cut the green grapes in half and stack them up on the top edge.

This is SO easy and a fun summer lunch!

Check out our Watermelon PB&J Lunch idea in Family Fun Magazine!


40 comments:

  1. Adorable and edibleas always! What a cute idea!!!
    Jess your new follower :)

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  2. Yep, this will show up in one of our Fun Food Friday lunches. So cute! I'm pinning it as a reminder. :o)

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  3. looks delicious :)

    Hi, I am your new follower, hopping over from I love Blogging hop

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  4. I have seen lots of treats that look like something else, and I love that this is healthy too. :)

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  5. Oh my gosh, this is SOOOO cute! Who wouldn't want to eat this?!?

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  6. Its 100 degrees here & this will be perfect to make for the kids today!
    New follower & looking forward to reading more!
    Trish
    www.farmfreshdecor.blogspot.com

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  7. Stopping by from the I <3 Blogging blog hop :)

    Such a fun idea!

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  8. I LOVE this!!!!

    Thanks for linking up!

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  9. Love this idea! What a cute lunch!! Just found your blog and I'm excited to check out more of your fabulous posts and to follow you!! :)

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  10. How cute! I love ideas like this. Thanks for sharing such a fun but easy idea.

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  11. OK, this is ADORABLE!!! I think I'll make this for lunch tomorrow for the kids! What a creative way to do PB&J. :)

    Happily following you from the Welcome Wednesday Blog Hop. I would love it if you would follow back. Stop on by and say hi!

    Mandi
    boredombustingmommy.blogspot.com

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  12. Seriously love this blog! I'm following you in Google Reader! Did you see my zucchini boats? Not as cute as your stuff but fun nonetheless.

    http://www.realfoodallergyfree.com/2011/07/how-to-get-your-kids-to-eat-zucchini-cheeseburger-zucchini-boats/

    -Nancy www.RealFoodAllergyFree.com

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  13. That is so cute! You are a very creative chef! Bet the kids were thrilled with this "watermelon" treat. Thanks for sharing with us at Strut Your Stuff.

    Hugs,
    Mary

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  14. I cannot wait until my daughter is old enough to like things like this. Adorable!!

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  15. AAAAAHHH so stinking cute!! How Can I not think of these things on my own?? LOL!

    Happy to be your newest follower ~ Adrianne
    happyhourprojects.blogspot.com

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  16. I love this! I am always looking for cute ways to feed the kids the same ole things!

    Jessica K
    http://mom4realky.blogspot.com

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  17. I got all pumped to make this thinking I already had all the right stuff. Then I remembered:

    I have grape jelly, not strawberry.

    My grapes are purple, not green.

    And I'd have to use chocolate chips instead of raisins.

    lol Looks like I'll have to add a couple of things to the shopping list. Cute idea!

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  18. You are quickly becoming on of my favorite blogs! Smiling!
    Love,
    Cookie and Claire!

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  19. You are really creative! So cute!

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  20. How cute is that!! Thank you for linking to my party!

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  21. I´m your new follower! :) If you like, join us at *Picstory* today with this funny melon! :)

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  22. Thanks for linking in to PicStory! :) Would you also like to link back somehow?! :) Have a funny weekend with your 3 chefs! LG Tina

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  23. Well, that is super duper cute! And how simple to make, too. I love it!
    I'd love for you to link this to my summer-long link party!"Life's a Picnic!" party!

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  24. Hi Jill,
    What a great healthy creation for everyone, I would love to have one of those little creations.
    Thank you so much for sharing this great recipe with Full Plate Thursday and please come back soon!
    Miz Helen

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  25. such a cute cute idea!

    Thanks so much for linking up!! I featured your post in my wrap up! http://tidymom.net/2011/im-lovin-it-wrap-up-great-ideas-6/ Have a great weekend!

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  26. This is just so fun! I'm featuring it Wednesday. Thanks for sharing it!

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  27. Thank you so much for stopping by Cast Party Wednesday last week. I really appreciate you sharing your recipes with us. I hope you will join us again for another awesome party filled with yummy recipes.
    Thanks Again!

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  28. HI,

    Watermelon lunch is very nice for health..

    Caverta

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  29. You are seriously a genius. I just sent your blog to all of my friends!!!!

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  30. It was a pretty satisfying lunch! healthy and lovely!

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  31. Hi! Love this...how about a Watermelon Poem too...From my children's picture book Poems on Fruits & Odes to Veggies-

    Watermelon
    Every time I take a bite
    To cure my hearty appetite
    Watermelon juicy sweet
    Drips down my chin and to my feet
    Drip, dribble, spit and spath
    I love a watermelon bath

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  32. From now on this is the way I want my P&B sandwhich! I love it! thank you for sharing

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  33. This is TOO CUTE! I have to pin it for future reference. Thank you for sharing!!
    -Kylie
    absolutelyarkansas.blogspot.com

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