|I think this fruit is so pretty - looks like jewels!|
We like fruit.
Jeff takes 2 servings of fruit in his lunch box everyday.
The grandchildren like fruit at every meal too. No cooking is involved in serving fruit but all that peeling and chopping does take time and gets your hands messy.
I like to buy fruit in bulk, usually at Sams, and because of the mess, I like to prepare it in bulk too.
Monday morning, I cut up one fresh pineapple, peeled about 10 clementines and sectioned about 10 ruby red grapefruit.
Then some of it got put into serving size containers for Jeff's lunch box.
The rest is in 3 containers in the fridge, making for quick and easy fruit servings for me and the grandchildren.
|Gavin is cooking "meat" in the microwave and Elizabeth is filling the pitcher at the ice dispenser.|
Isn't this a cute play kitchen?
My son in law got it from a coworker whose children had outgrown it.
And they got it from as a hand-me-down from another family.
It is Step2 brand and in really good shape to be several years old.
Thrifty tip - pass things on that you no longer need and then happily accept when other things are passed on to you.
One of my very favorite things about getting something second-hand - no packaging and no giant box to deal with!