If you’re looking for some adorable and fairly simple inspiration for bringing a little more fun to your kids’ sandwiches, you don’t need to look any further than Little Nummies. This collective of images showcases some truly outside-the-lunchbox thinking about lunch presentation in ways that can easily be done nutritiously and with your kids’ favorite flavors. A few of our favorites?
Easy to make with any filling (we’d suggest lean, low-sodium turkey with the lettuce and tomato), this adorable little kite sandwich offers an opportunity for a few extra fruits of veggies to tail along.
Skip the jelly and serve your child’s terrifying sunbutter or natural peanut butter shark on a watery bed of chilling blueberries. For the childrem who appreciate a bit of grim with their lunch, a few raspberries or strawberries can lend an ominous bloom to the peaceful water.
Cut veggies make a colorful tale for this sandwich, which could be turkey in both form and substance. For little diners who prefer to dip their veggies, make a sunbutter or natural peanut butter sandwich for them to scrape their carrots and celery through.
What’s cuter than a monkey? A sandwich shaped liked a monkey. And your kids will be thrilled with the little treat of marshmallows and chocolate chips that form the eyes on a whole-grain sandwich with natural nut butter and bananas.