This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of Wet Ones®. The opinions and text are all mine.
It’s that time of year again!  Time to think up fun and delicious lunch box ideas for our little students.  Nutella Kabobs are one of my kids absolute favorite things to see in their lunchbox.
Grab a three sectioned lunch container and get ready to make something yummy!

 Cut up the apples so that they are a good dipping stick size. and fill one section of your lunch container with apples.
Fill the other side with your favorite caramel dipping sauce.  Caramel dipping sauce doesn’t need to be heated or refrigerated so its a perfect sweet treat for lunch boxes.
Next you’ll want to chop up the fruit you want to go on the Nutella Kabobs.  I chose strawberries because my kids love dipping their strawberries in Nutella at home.  Bananas or grapes would also work great.
Make a couple Nutella sandwiches.  Then cut the crust off and cut the sandwiches into little squares.
Finally the fun part, building the kabobs.  I used cocktail straws because I don’t like the idea of sending my little ones to school with toothpicks or actual kabob sticks.  I have images in my head of a phone call from the principle saying “Aidan poked so and so’s eye out”  I know its unlikely, but its my mommy issue.  The cocktail straws are the perfect length anyways.
Just layer a couple pieces of fruit, then a Nutella sandwich square, and repeat.
Now you have yourself a fun and yummy lunch that will bring a smile to your child’s face.  However you know what keeps a smile on my face?  Getting through school germ free.  So I always turn to America’s #1 hand wipe.
With the kids eating this lunch with their little germ filled hands, I like to pack a Wet Ones Singles in their lunch box.  They are the perfect solution when packing school lunches.  Small and easy to pack, cleans hands, plus is highly effective killing 99.9% of germs.
Best of all their Aloe formula doesn’t dry or irritate my kids sensitive skin.  This is really important in the winter time, when my kids skin is extra dry.  

This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of Wet Ones®. The opinions and text are all mine.

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