Wednesday, October 17, 2012

Halloween Peanut Butter and Jelly Pockets

Halloween is coming soon! Can you believe it? It always seems to sneak up on me once the school year starts. You can get some awesome Halloween lunch inspiration today by following our Blog Hop! Just click the button at the end of my post to hop over to the next lunch :)

I used some refrigerated pie dough to make these little PB&J pockets. Just cut out shapes, fill with whatever you want, pinch the sides and bake at 350 for 8-10 minutes! Easy :D 


Kidlet has 2 PB&J Pockets, carrots and cucumber in the main compartment. On the side there is Vanilla-Orange Chobani Champions yogurt with a natural fruit leather spooky cat shape, strawberries, blackberries, and an apple bat.

Check out the awesome lunch Sarah made at Bentoriffic!

29 comments:

  1. good idea to fill with PB&J. I'll try that! Lunch looks yummy :)

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  2. Your lunch is awesome!! I love your PB&J Pockets!

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  3. Love it all! So creative as always!

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  4. Awesome lunch n great idea to use the pie dough. :)

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  5. Never would have thought to use pie dough to make little pockets like that! I like the gravestone one, very nice. Keep up the spooky work!

    Happy Packing!

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  6. I love how the tombstone looks so gray and black - is that from the jelly inside? it looks cool!

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  7. The ghost is awesome!!!

    And the cat is really cute!

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  8. I love the pocket sandwiches and the cute red cat ~ cute lunch!

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  9. ooo I love your bento! The ghost is cute!! And of course you are brilliant with the pockets! I have made them.. but always with chocolate.. never thought to make a healthy version! hehe

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  10. Love the idea of pbj pockets, super cute lunch!:)

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  11. Love the whole scene & the cute fence too. Always so creative!

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  12. Um, that sammie is not only cute but freaking genius! *Daydreaming it's with SunButter hehe*

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  13. Love the pockets - I'm going to steal that. The ghost is the perfect shape for it!

    Every time I visit your site I'm struck with how much I love the design. So cool AND cute

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  14. What a great idea for the little sandwiches!

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  15. I have to try making one of those sandwiches. Curious about how it tastes now...

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  16. I have no kidlets and I can barely brownbag my own lunch but I'm intrigued. What do you do with the rest of apple when you cut out shapes or make checkerboards? Do you eat it in your lunch? Do you save the apple for the next day?

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    1. Small scraps I will eat or we will have in fruit salad at dinner :) If it's a big piece I will save it for the next day!

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  17. Love your sammie pockets! Great idea and thanks for sharing the tutorial!

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  18. The PB&J sounds yummy and look great!!

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  19. That's one spooky lookin' lunch! We're happy to be included.

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  20. What a great lunch! Your mini sandwiches sound de-lish! Love the ghost in the graveyard! :)

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  21. I am going to have to try and make your PB&J pocket sandwiches.

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  22. wow Jelly pocket looks yummy and YES cute!

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