I’ve created little monsters of Blue Box Macaroni zealots.
Wherever we go out to eat and macaroni & cheese is on the menu, my girls ask if it’s Kraft. If it’s not Kraft, they will look for something else on the menu. When I spend my time making homemade mac & cheese, they complain that it’s not Kraft.
I told you: little monsters.
The nice people at Kraft have developed an iPad and desktop app to create virtual macaroni art so that all of those “wasted” noodles can be donated to Feeding America rather than end up glued to construction paper. With every virtual noodle made into art, Kraft is donating 10 real, edible noodles to Feeding America.
With my artistic prowess, I created that picture above with the desktop app (cause mama don’t have an iPad wompwomp) without wasting a single noodle. Plus, I totally just made Kraft give 120 noodles to Feeding America.
Now that I type that, it doesn’t sound like enough noodles. I should go make more digital noodle art. Or maybe tell my girls make some noodle art to balance out all of that Blue Box Macaroni they want to eat.
The Dinner Not Art campaign is receiving digital macaroni art submissions until the end of 2012, but the Blue Box of goodness is always available at grocery stores for your children to beg to have for dinner.