He seemed satisfied and relieved to know that he wasn’t going to have to eat it and headed back into the living room to look at library books while I got his lunch ready.
I personally thought it end up looking delicious. The tuna salad had a little sweet pickle and mayonnaise in it. The pepper mixed with the salad was yummy. I love a little crunch in my tuna salad. The orange cheese shamrocks cut up into small pieces and mixed with the pepper and tuna were wonderful.
What was the second of the two St. Patrick’s Day recipes for lunch?
JDaniel got a cold pizza made of butternut squash spaghetti sauce, mozzarella cheese, pepperoni and fresh spinach. JDaniel loves fresh spinach. He eats it by the handful.
He also got a serving of a lime and mandarin orange jello salad with marshmallows. We made it together. I love that it has all the colors of the Irish flag in it. He just loves its taste. He will ask for it for dessert until the jello bowl is empty. I knew he would be thrilled to get it in his lunch.
Applesauce with green sugar sprinkles was also added to the lunch. Foods just seem to become special when you add sprinkles to them. JDaniel just loves to find them in his lunch.
Well, when he saw the lunch he was so happy! He loved every bit of it. Not only was it filled with favorite foods. I didn’t have any peppers in it.