How to Make a Puppy Dog Food Art Lunch For Your Kids!

Tuesday, January 3, 2023

How to Make a Puppy Dog Food Art Lunch For Your Kids!

People sometimes ask where I get the inspiration for the lunches that I make for my kids. I always tell them it comes from what my kids are interested in. It could be T.V. shows, books, or the puppy we just got for Christmas! Yep, this puppy has pretty much taken over our lives. Her name is Cali and she is a Cavapoo. That means she is a Cavalier King Charles Spaniel and a Poodle mix. She is named after California, which is where we lived before we moved out here to Oklahoma. You can check out her @LunchboxPup Instagram account here.

How to Make a Puppy Dog Food Art Lunch For Your Kids!

Our family already loves her, although she can drive us a bit crazy doing all the puppy things. But then she does all the cute things as well. Since it was my youngest son's birthday, I made him a Cali the Cavapoo lunch to celebrate. Hopefully, this can help give you ideas if you have a similar dog, or just have an all-around dog lover in your house!

How to Make a Puppy Dog Food Art Lunch For Your Kids!

Ingredients: Whole wheat bread, white cheese, black olives, red and yellow sweet peppers, dried fruit, dog-themed cookies or candies.

Directions:

1. Cut the brown part of the face from whole wheat bread. It is a basic circle shape. Then cut the ears from whole wheat bread as well. Place them under the face.

How to Make a Puppy Dog Food Art Lunch For Your Kids!

2. Cut the white part of the face from white cheese. You will need three parts. One that is the top of the head down to the nose area, one for the nose and cheek area, and then one small piece for the mouth. You will also need one extra for the chest. Arrange as shown in the picture. 

3. Next, cut the eyes, nose, and mouth from black olives. Use red sweet pepper for the collar. Place pieces where shown in the picture.

How to Make a Puppy Dog Food Art Lunch For Your Kids!

4. Cut more red sweet peppers into bone shapes and place on top of yellow sweet peppers in the side compartment. 

How to Make a Puppy Dog Food Art Lunch For Your Kids!

5. Place your child's favorite dried fruit in the second side compartment. Place dog-themed candy or cookies on top. I made my own using a silicone mold and candy melts. 

Pin this Puppy Dog Lunch on Pinterest!

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