This school lunch, like the others I have posted, is simple to make, sure to bring a smile to your child's face, and also nutritious.
For this lunch I used a penguin sandwich cutter from Munchkin to create two penguin shaped sandwiches. When I make a sandwich that I'm going to be using spreads on, and/or a cutter I lightly toast the bread as the first step. Having it a little warm makes it easier to put on the spreads, and having it a lightly toasted makes it easier to work with the cutter. Once that's done I just assemble the sandwich as I normally would, putting SunButter on both pieces of bread, and some chocolate hazelnut spread in the middle. After that's all done I use the cutter and viola two adorable penguin sandwiches.
You can't just pack a sandwich though, you've gotta add some tasty and nutritious sides as well. I added some cut up peaches, with a cute zebra food pick stuck in the middle. I also packed a Zen Chocolate Almond Pudding cup, and a Slim Snack with Annie's Organic Cheddar Bunnies inside, my daughter's favorite addition to her lunch!