Let’s get right to it!
We don’t usually get sliced deli meat, but for some reason I picked up a pack over the weekend and made these ham and cucumber rolls. Kiddo1 loved them, like freaked out over them, so we had to make them again for a school lunch. I used a carrot peeler to get the thin slices of cucumber. A pretty easy and fun lunch! Rounding it out is some broccoli, carrots, and applesauce.
More ham, because again we lacked leftovers, but I guess that just means we’re getting our fill at dinnertime! This time our ham came from a local farmer – we usually get a chunk of Beeler’s uncured ham. This ham is cured, but it’s really, really local and there’s nothing artificial in the curing ingredients. We can’t complain I guess. Also accompanying this lunch is more broccoli, carrots, and cucumber, plus a little orange.
Leftover taco day, of course! This week we had chicken tacos, which Kiddo1 said aren’t his favorite (his favorite are beef tacos) but he still likes them because…. tacos. He had another orange and a special treat – vegan, gluten free chocolate-covered pretzels from Missionary Chocolates.
Kiddo1 hasn’t had a lettuce wrap in his lunch for awhile, and I had some leftover pork that needed a little something extra, so lettuce wrap it was! Of course in the wrap we have cucumber, because that’s all I’m allowed to put in there. More carrots and a rare winter visit from our friend, cantelope. A couple small slices of Missionary Chocolates truffles finish out this yummy lunch.
Leftover chicken! Another favorite. With carrots and broccoli, another small orange, and more Missionary Chocolate truffle slices. It was a good week of lunches!
No wrap up next week – we’re off visiting family and playing hookie from school. We’ll be eating yummy lunches with them I’m sure, just not posting about them. Have a great week!