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Henry's Lunchbox - Week 14

Henry packed 5 days of school lunches this week. His lunches had highs and lows. On Monday, he ate a cookie and a pistachio. On Friday, he devoured everything in his lunchbox. Now, he is off from school for two weeks of winter break. 

In case you missed the first post in this school lunch series, you can learn more about our family's lunchbox guidelines here.

DAY 1

DAY 1 - WHAT DID HENRY PACK FOR LUNCH?
Snowman Christmas Cookie
Pear sprinkled with cinnamon
Pepper Jack CheeseBlueberries
Pistachios
Water

DAY 1 - WHAT'S LEFT IN HENRY'S LUNCHBOX?

All the Pear
All but one bite of Cheese
All the Blueberries
All but one Pistachio 
 
DAY 2
 
DAY 2 - WHAT DID HENRY PACK FOR LUNCH?
Carrot Sticks
Blueberries
Almonds
Chickpea and Delicata Squash Curry
Water

DAY 2 - WHAT'S LEFT IN HENRY'S LUNCHBOX
 
All the Carrots
Half the Blueberries
Half the Almonds
Two-thirds of the Curry

DAY 3

DAY 3 - WHAT DID HENRY PACK FOR LUNCH?
Brioche Roll
Colby Cheese 
Pear slices sprinkled with pumpkin pie spice
Pepperoni
Carrot Sticks
White Bean Hummus 
Water

DAY 3 - WHAT'S LEFT IN HENRY'S LUNCHBOX

Most of the Pear
Half the Pepperoni
Three of four Carrot Sticks

DAY 4

DAY 4 - WHAT DID HENRY PACK FOR LUNCH?
Pretzel Roll
Dried Berry Medley
Fig Bites
Carrot Sticks
White Bean Hummus
Water 

DAY 4 - WHAT'S LEFT IN HENRY'S LUNCHBOX
 
A few Dried Berries
One Carrot Stick

DAY 5

DAY 5 - WHAT DID HENRY PACK FOR LUNCH?
PB&J Bar
Bacon
Freeze-Dried Mango Slices
Banana Chips
Dried Cherries
Water

DAY 5 - WHAT'S LEFT IN HENRY'S LUNCHBOX

Nothing


Wishing you all a happy Christmas! See you in the new year.

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