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Lunchbox # 121 – Moshi Monsters Frubes & Blue Egg

Posted on: 2nd Oct 2012

Moshi Monsters Frubes and blue coloured egg

Lunchbox # 121 (for 7 year old girl)

  • quartered mini naan bread
  • blue hard boiled egg (soaked for couple of minutes in food colouring)
  • mini elephant bottle with pinch of salt
  • cherry tomatoes
  • steamed sugar snap peas
  • seedless red & green grapes
  • couple of black olives on panda food pick
  • mini red jelly
  • Moshi Monsters Frubes fromage frais
  • Lotus biscuit
  • bottle of water (not pictured)

Everything placed in pink LEGO lunchbox inside Smash lunchbag with separate bottle compartment.

More lunchbox ideas can be found here: Lunchbox Food.

And here you can read about Packing Children Lunches.

Some of the lunchbox accessories can be found in my Amazon aStore.


This is my entry for my own event: “Wholesome Lunchbox”. If you want to participate, please submit your entry through Flickr group before 15th of each month.

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  1. I always love your lunch box, and this is as usual really good, here lotus biscuit we eat with slices of bread in the morning and also eat with our coffee :-)

  2. Oh, thank you Finla!
    We love them as well :) Once when I was in France on some workshops they tough us how to make Tiramisu with those biscuits as a base. They had also Lotus spread for bread!!

  3. I LOVE those mini red jelly things they are amazing. If you haven’t ever heard of COCON then head down to your local Asian food store and check it out :) YUM!

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