The Genius Lunch

By Sandra B – Toronto, ON
The Genius Lunch
  • Prep Time: 5
  • Total Time: 10

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About this Recipe

Mom’s a genius because this amazing lunch - packed with great taste, nutrition and energy for your Gen2 genii to learn and play all afternoon - takes only ten minutes to prepare.


1 Schneiders Chicken Smoked Sausage, Sundried Tomato & Basil flavour
1 Orange sweet potato – sized according to your child’s appetite
2 tsp Ketchup
1 tsp well chopped parsley or kale
1 prepackaged portion of cheese
2 high vitamin C tomatoes (small) or other miniature tomatoes
10 mini carrots (more or less, depending on the size)
1 pickling cucumber
1 small fresh dill sprig (optional)
1 bunch of Niagara style or Concord grapes – either seedless or not
1 banana
8 oz 2% milk, cold


Main Dish
Wash and trim the tips of the sweet potato.

Place in microwave at high, for 3 minutes.

Remove and place on a cutting board. Slice one long cut down the middle, lengthwise, making an envelope. Then cut several times across the main cut to create a larger opening.

Push the potato open, mash up the orange flesh with a fork, add the ketchup and mash again.

Wash and place the smoked sausage, loosely wrapped in a paper towel, into the microwave, at high for 1 minute. Remove the hot sausage from microwave, place on a cutting board, and cut into six – eight pieces.

Add the sausage into the flesh of the potato, sprinkle with the greens and stir up so that the sausage is quite well mixed with the ketchup and potato.

Place the finished potato on a serving plate.

Fresh Vegetables

Slice up the washed and dried cucumber. Add a few leaves of fresh dill if you have any and place on the serving plate.

Add the cheese, tomatoes and the carrots to the serving plate.


Wash and dry the blue grapes. Place on the plate for dessert along with the banana.



Pour the cold milk into a glass and serve with the lunch.

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