Fun toddler Valentines day lunch with Replay. - Porsha Carr Blog

Fun toddler Valentines day lunch with Replay.



Hi friends!
Valentine's day is upon us. You excited? What do you do for the holiday? Any special traditions or perhaps fun dates? Well, I personally love roaming down all the aisles of Target stuffing my basket with the best of the best chocolate treats. You wanna know what else I love? Gifting my girls fun Valentines Day baskets (check out last years DIY baskets here). But I thought this year I'd switch things up, try a little something different. So I created a fun little holiday lunch with our favorite kid's tableware Replay.







Replay is a children's tableware brand that makes fun super colored tableware (read about them here). So I thought it would be fun to make the girls Valentine's day lunch using Replay Valentines Day colors. The lunch was really easy and the girls loved it. Here's what you'll need.



-sandwich ingredients of your choice (along with a heart-shaped sandwich cutter).
-strawberries.
-yougart.
-sprinkles
-candy hearts.
-red fruit juice.
-goldfish 





The entire lunch cost under $10.00. What a steal what a deal right? First I made peanut butter sandwiches the girls favorite and I used the heart shape cutter. Then I added yogurt to their plate with a tiny bit of sprinkles. Next, I added the strawberries as a delicious side. 





Once that was done I added red fruit juice to their cups and some candy hearts for a fun little cupid touch. There you have it and simple and fun Valentine's day lunch for toddlers with the help of Replay. Happy Valentine's day friends!





Thank you, Replay!
You can check out all things Replay HERE.

(I received this product for review, but all opinions are my own. This is a sponsored post from Re-Play. Replay Offical Parent Blogger.) 




18 comments

  1. That is such a cute idea! I love how sweet this theme is.

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  2. I quite love the products.They look so cute & colorful.

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    1. They're made from recycled milk jugs. They're super cool :)

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  3. This is beyond cute omg! Thanks for the adorable post :) such a great idea x - Keely Elise

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  4. The food containers look really cute.

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  5. I love how even the theme of the containers match St-V !

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  6. I bet your girls really enjoyed this! I will have to do something similar for St. Patrick's Day!

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  7. Toni | Boulder LocavoreMarch 13, 2019 at 10:47 AM

    These are really cute ideas! Love them!

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  8. What a super cute idea! I love that you cut the sandwich like a heart!

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  9. Tiffany La Forge-GrauMarch 13, 2019 at 8:19 PM

    That is a cute way to spend the day! I bet the little ones love this!

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  10. Ooh that really is fun! When my little one is older I will be doing this with him!

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  11. These are so cute! And I love your heart-shaped sandwich. Adorable!

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