This lunch really doesn't require a recipe. It is a peanut butter and jelly sandwich cut out with a cookie cutter to look like a jack-o-lantern face. I wanted to show an idea of a food that could be made without any extra ingredients or special shopping trips. This is something simple you could do any day of October that will bring the fun spirit of Halloween to your lunch. I made these sandwiches for my boys the day we got down our Halloween decorations from the attic and set them up. It took no extra time from regular lunch preparation but it did a lot to add to the festivities of the day. Your family may not be into PB&J's so substitute turkey on rye instead. Just make it fun and easy to take something you are already eating and give it a new look.
Start-to-Finish: 5 minutes
Recipe By: Julia Davis Chandler - inventor of the peanut butter and jelly sandwich