Recipe courtesy of Sunny Anderson
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10 min
10 min
1 serving (plus additional maple almond butter)



Special equipment: squeeze bottles, optional

In a medium bowl, stir together the almond butter with the maple syrup until incorporated. If you have squeeze bottles, put some of the maple almond butter into one for easy delivery, as well as the jelly. (Refrigerate the leftover maple almond butter to use as a spread.)

To assemble the dip for a lunchbox, use a 1-cup, flat resealable container. Squeeze or spread about a 1/4-cup line of strawberry jelly along the left side of the container. Lay the almonds next to the jelly in a line. Next to the almonds, squeeze or spread about a 1/4-cup line of the maple almond butter. Add a line of raisins, leaving a lane on the right of the container for the pretzels. Drizzle the top of the dip with maple syrup.

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