funky lunch: taking ‘play with your food’ to a new level


If your kids are anything like I was when I was little, you’ve tried everything to get them to eat their lunch. The only thing I’d put in my mouth was a pb&j (grape jelly and no crusts) and chicken nuggets. I was the pickiest of picky eaters, and probably (no, definitely) a huge pain in the butt for my parents. Maybe if they had made lunch as amusing as the folks at Funky Lunch (Via GoodyBlog) I would have been open to trying new things. Some of these sandwiches are almost too cute to eat! –Erica P.

More cute food: Tillamook sandwiches, bento box art.

From our partners

So cute unfortunately, my picky 2 yr old would adopt them and insist on taking them to bed…


It’s worse at my house. My two-year-old would think they were adorable, but then he’d realize they were made out of stuff he didn’t like, and he’d refuse to eat it.

Parenting a toddler is tough enough without having to carve sandwiches in the shape of Mater.