Pickle has a puzzle peanut butter sandwich for Autism Awareness Day, made with a Lunch Punch from the Match & Munch set. It's packed in his lego brick sandwich box, with a Hersey's Kisses chocolate, that I popped into the smaller lego brick container after the photo.
The puzzle piece is the recognized symbol for autism, and the blue Hershey's Kiss represents the "Light It Up Blue" campaign for autism awareness.
Pickle painted that background for me, to use for my blog pictures, he said. I think he may have been inspired by the pattern on the scrapbook paper his sister's muffin tin meal is sitting on, below:
This "muffin tin meal" is actually served in a baby food freezer tray. It contains:
- cantaloupe puzzle pieces
- peanut butter sandwich puzzle pieces
- yogurt with blue sugar sprinkles
- baby carrots
- mandarin orange segments
- blueberry yogurt covered pretzels & a Hershey's Kiss
Check out my friend Jenn of Bento For Kidlet's fantastic post about her amazing kidlet, and his Autism Awareness Day lunch too :)
Some stuff used for these lunches: