The Lunch Punch Knocks Out Switch-Up Sandwiches
Parents know all too well the familiar struggle of getting kids to sit and eat a healthy lunch. That struggle is intensified when one adds picky eaters to the mix. It’s hard enough at home, but when their little one starts packing a lunch for school mom and dad are not there to monitor, and are left to wonder if their child is just dumping that sandwich.
One innovative mom took matters into her own hands and invented The Lunch Punch to encourage her three, energetic young boys to sit down and eat a healthy meal. She had tried to make sandwiches more fun by cutting them with cookie cutters, but found that there was too much wasted bread. Kitchen shears and butter knives did not give her the sensational shapes she wanted. Not being able to find anything like she envisioned in stores, she set out to find a manufacturer, and that is how The Lunch Punch was born.
The Lunch Punch is BPA-free, dishwasher safe and available in five different collections. The Sweet set features 4 sandwich cutters that will transform an ordinary sandwich into a cupcake, gumball machine, 2 ice cream cones or a birthday cake complete with candles. This set is not only good for every day but would be wonderful to create fun children’s snacks at a birthday party as well.
The Sandwishes set features four whimsical sandwich shape cutters to create a fairy princess, frog prince, flower garden and the queen of hearts. What fun this set would be at a royal tea party!
The VRRRM Collection lets kids drive their lunch right to their mouth with a set of four transportation shapes featuring a truck with cargo, train with caboose, airplane in a cloud, and a cool car.
The Critter Cutters set comes with four friendly animal shapes featuring a mother and baby elephant, dog in a dog house, beautiful butterfly, and twin dolphins.
For kids that like a little puzzle with their lunch, the Match & Munch set is sure to put a smile on their face. This set features four puzzle cutters: a two-piece puzzle, four-piece “corners” puzzle, four-piece “sides” puzzle, and two-piece “inner and side” puzzle. Combining several of these shapes allows for the creation of an infinitely large party puzzle. There are even downloadable instructions for creating the puzzle on The Lunch Punch Web site.
The Lunch Punch makes food fun for kids. To see the whole spread, visit www.thelunchpunch.com