2. Cut leaf and spikey bush shapes out of the fruit roll-up. Break the pretzel rod in half and stick leaves on the top of each to make trees. Place the bushes and trees around the dino sandwiches.
3. Cut a celery stalk into little bites and fill the bottom of the container to act as foliage.
4. Fill the mini round container with strawberry yogurt and swirl some red food coloring on top to look like lava. Put the sealed container in the freezer so it will stay cold in the lunch cooler.
6. Put a napkin in a resealable bag and lay it over the dinosaur scene to keep the tortilla fresh and soft. This will also protect the napkin and wrap from the condensation as the juice thaws.
7. Lay the frozen juice pouch on top of the napkin and put the lid on the container. The juice will keep the meat and cheese cold and keep things from shifting around.
8. Put a spoon in the entree container.
9. Place everything in a lunch cooler and it will all be thawed just in time for lunch.
My little guys were so excited to chomp down their prehistoric lunch. One said it was the best lunch ever and kept telling me how it was so cool.
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