I got up early and made The Kid banana pancakes for breakfast this morning. He enjoyed them so much that he wanted them for lunch as well, so I made two of them into a sandwich with Sunbutter and my mom's homemade chokecherry jelly. I cut the sandwich into quarters, then tucked them into an Easy Lunchbox with some carrot slices (still trying to convince my child they're not a garnish), grapes and a couple of little oatmeal raisin cookies. I'm reworking my oatmeal cookie recipe and should have a new one posted soon!
I've just discovered the Allergy Friendly Lunchbox Love event over at Allergy-Free Vintage Cookery, so of course I'll be submitting this lunch to the round up, which is overflowing with ideas for allergy friendly foods that pack well!
Update: The Kid came home and announced "I only ate one carrot." I calmly told him that was fine as long as he tried them, but on the inside I was shouting "VICTORY!" and doing a happy dance, since I've been trying to get him to eat the things for years. Also, Kelly Lester mentioned her Pinterest page in the comments, and what an amazing collection of lunch ideas! Be sure to check it out.