The umbrella is a SunButter, honey and banana sandwich on wheat sandwich thins (I cut the umbrella shape with kitchen scissors).
The mini umbrellas are organic fruit leather cut with a mini umbrella cookie cutter.
The "wet grass" are frozen green peas.
And of course you can't forget to add some blueberry raindrops :)
This umbrella lunch was so easy to make and Eliana loved it! We both loved the SunButter and banana combination! This was by far our favorite SunButter combo! Eliana wanted to add honey to her sandwich since she loves honey and she did finish most of her sandwich this time (which is awesome since before she wasn't eating basically anything that looked like peanut butter or had the nutbutter consistency! Since she allergic to PB we have been exploring other PF and NF options for sandwiches). Of course while we were making it she snacked on frozen peas so I'm sure that is why she didn't finish the entire sandwich-- but I love the fact that she loves vegetables and wants to snack on them so it's all good! We will definitely be making more SunButter and banana sandwiches! I'm thankful that Keeley gave us that idea :) I used to do the same combo with PB and loved it-- don't know why I didn't think to do it with SunButter! :)
Thankfully this week the weather looks gorgeous! Hot and sunny-- so we probably won't be making more umbrella lunches anytime soon! :)
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