Free Printable Food Valentine Cards
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Sometimes, I feel like I should own stock in a grocery store. I mean, I’m there enough anyway, and it’s definitely where most of my money goes. Having 4 hungry kids will do that. They want snacks, snacks, and more snacks. And when my three oldest come off the bus after a day at school, they head straight for the refrigerator. These Food Valentine Cards are a perfect way to combine the day of love and food!
Thus, I do my best to provide quick to grab snacks that are filling while also being better for you options.
While on our recent grocery run to Meijer we made sure to pick up a couple packs of both the Turkey & American Cheese LunchMakers® + Drink as well as the Pepperoni Pizza LunchMakers® + Drink.
Truth be told, I should have grabbed more than a couple packs of each to save myself another trip to the store. It’s a favorite snack for the kids, and I like how the LunchMakers products are a good source of protein and calcium.
In fact, my fiancee, who’s a contractor, takes the LunchMakers to work with him to get through a long day. If it’s good enough for him and the days he puts in, then I would say it’s a great snack choice for the kids.
For a bit of fun, too, I also made a sweet sheet of Free Printable Food Valentine Cards. Simply print on white cardstock.
These Food Valentine Cards can also act as lunchbox notes and are the perfect little thing to surprise the kids with when they grab their LunchMakers. Or the fiancee, whatever the case may be.
They’re the Food Valentine Cards that are just as heartwarming as the dish served. Tell that special someone on just how special you think they are by sharing a card that says You’re the Pepperoni on my Pizza or We Go Together like Ham & Cheese. Speaking of, there’s a Ham & American Cheese LunchMakers® + Drink that’s also really good. Turkey & Cheese is a match in heaven, too, though.