JDaniel and I recently had friends over for lunch. It was great to get together with friends. Since school got out, JDaniel has missed seeing some of this favorite people. I thought they would enjoy having a Fourth of July themed lunch.
While I put together muffin tin meal for the kids, JDaniel set the table with placemats and napkins. He wanted the table to look just right for his friend.
Even though the Fourth of July was still a few weeks away, I went with a Fourth of July theme. The tins were filled with turkey hot dogs wrapped in bread stick dough (I thought they looked liked the stripes in the flag.), frozen yogurt smoothie stars, sliced tomatoes, catsup for dipping, blue corn chips, and blueberries.
JDaniel ate all of this lunch. His friend inhaled the berries and chips. I guess they weren’t really into the other foods. While they are not a picky eater, they really seemed to know what they like.
While they are great friends, I guess they like to eat different things. I will have to check with his mom and see what his favorite foods are so I can serv them next time.
If you like this lunch idea, here are several more you are going to love:
I wanted to mention that the theme is Friendship on the MemeTales Readathon 2012 this week too. If you are interested in downloading onto an electronic device free books on friendship for the week, please visit MeMeTales for more information.
Disclaimer: I will be receiving this week’s collection of MemeTales books to download for JDaniel for free in exchange for mentioning them in this post.
This post is linked to Muffin Tin Monday!