In this lunch you will also see the White Witch, Aslan the Lion, and The magical wardrobe which transports the kids to Narnia. So have some fun with your kids this month and read them a book. If they are old enough, read them the Chronicles of Narnia. You both will have a great time doing it and they will love spending the time with their dad.
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Ingredients2 slices whole wheat bread
Your favorite sandwich filling, I used tuna salad
Handful of broccoli and snap peas
1 slice cheddar cheese
Nori (dried seaweed)
1 handful yogurt covered raisins
Dried Mango, orange and green
Handful dried blueberries
1 Babybel cheese round
Directions1. Cut one slice of bread into a simple wardrobe shape. Then cut the other slice to fit behind it. Use black food coloring and a toothpick to paint the details. Fill with your child's favorite sandwich filling.
2. Place sandwich in main container. Surround with broccoli and snap peas. Cut slice of cheese to fit and place in container. Shape the letters "Narnia" out of Narnia. Arrange them on top of the cheese.
3. Cut mane out of dried peach circle as shown in picture. Cut dried mango in the shape of a lion or cat head. Use food coloring to draw facial features.
4. Drop yogurt covered raisins in a side dish. Place mane on top and then head on top of the mane.
5. Slice Babybel cheese into a slim head shape. Cut slivers of green mango and press them into top of head to form ice crown. Cut facial features out of nori and arrange on face.
6. Fill second side dish with dark colored fruit. I used blackberries and dried blueberries. Place White Witch head on top and surround it with coconut for her hair.
7. Watch your child enjoy their Narnia lunch!