5 Cool and creative lunch arts

Moms you have a hard time getting your kids to eat those vegetables? You have someone that cringes at the sandwiches you make for them everyday? Try some of these excellent and yet creative, healthy choices to put that extra spice in your youngster’s nutritional meal.

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1 Kitty Kat and The Sunny Side Up Eggs

Anne Widya puts extra effort when making breakfast for her four children. This mom has all kinds of unique creations when she prepares her meals. Check it out. Here you have a cute Kitty Cat holding an umbrella. The way her meals are deliciously outlined and made it would add a cheerful start to any child’s day. Widya even has her own blog with followers. She shares how to create these original recipes to get your stubborn youngster to eat those essential food groups. What a unique yet impressive way to get your child to eat. Who said cooking and preparing meals had to be a chore? Add some fun into the preparation and check out Widya’s blog.

Kitty Kat and The Sunny Side Up Eggs

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2 Fictional character napkin artwork

Professional artist Nina Levy has a wealth of creative juices budding inside of her. She has been creating fictional artwork napkins for her children the past seven years. Over this course of time, the artist created over 2000 pieces of original artwork for her children’s lunches. Every kid in the lunchroom must be envious of these two guys. How cool is it to have a mom who can make such creations for her kids. Talk about adding that special extra touch. You go Nina!!

Fictional Character Napkin Artwork

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3 San Francisco Writer Creates His Own Lunch Boxes

Can’t get your child to eat those greens? You might want check out some of the creations San Francisco writer Beau Coffron uses to create for his first-grade daughter. Move over Edible Creations there is a new kid in town. Hence the Edible Lunch boxes. Labeled as the Lunchbox dad with his own website Coffron uses famous characters such as Super Mario and those from the movie Frozen to create these neat lunchboxes.

San Francisco Writer Creates His Own Lunch Boxes

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4 Creative pancake art

Breakfast is the most important meal of the day experts say. Nathan Shields a professional artist and math teacher knows all too well how important this is. Hence is his originalpancake portraits he uses to create for his two children. The artist has created everything from sharks and bunnies to butterflies. Recently Shields made a portrait of all four members of the Beatles band on his pancakes that has since gone viral. He has more than 120 pictures of his pancake art posted on his personal blog. Check it out and see if you can create some of these neat ideas and have your kids start their day on an impressive creative note.

Creative pancake art

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5 Former accountant makes amazing lunches for her son

After her six-year-old had turned his nose up at his regular lunch of sandwiches and carrot sticks, Grace Hall decided it was time to add something unusual to the youngster’s daily nutritional meal. Using a few cutters and molds, this former accountant has made her sons lunch a daily adventure with aliens, elephants and superheroes. Now not only does the young man look forward to opening his lunch to see the neat creations that were made he is also getting the essential nutrients. Hall has had so much success with this approach that she has created her own blog complete with photographs of her creative food creations. 75,000 mothers currently follow the blog.

Former accountant makes amazing lunches for her son

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