Tuna sandwiches are a classic lunch choice, and turning them into a favorite animal is the perfect way to sneak more vegetables and healthy foods into your kids’ diets.
This penguin-style lunch concoction is easier than it looks, and oh-so-tasty. The penguin’s body gets it’s color not from dyes, but from the simple use of different types of bread (here, it’s white and wheat). You can use nori for the facial features if you want, or opt for a food-safe marker to keep things simple. Serve this with the suggested fruit and vegetable sides, some baked vegetable chips, and end the meal with home-made fruit leather or some dark chocolate. It’s fun, healthy, and tasty – a trifecta of awesome!
See the full recipe at Working Mom Cook Fusion!