I don't know if it's the stopping of our progress in school that so disturbs or the trying each day to figure out exactly what we'll eat. We often opt for mac 'n cheese or lunch meat sandwhiches or tomato soup in the winter. Often though, we find ourselves in a lunch rut -- tired of peanut butter and jelly, or left-overs from dinners past, and so on.
Barely two weeks into our school year, we were already into the rut when Meg reminded me of a fun lunch/snack that we put together last year--Apple Roll Ups.
To make these you'll need:
Two or three apples cut into wedges.
We used Gala.
A few slices of cheese cut in half.
Any variety will work, this is Colby Jack
This is turkey, but again, any kind will work.
(Chipotle ham is especially yummy if you can find it!)
Next, place an apple wedge at the bottom of the cheese.
Eat and enjoy.
(It also adds to the fun when
you serve lunch on "insect" plates.)
"Oh, taste and see that the Lord is good."