You may know Jenny Mollen for being an actress, a best-selling author, Jason Biggs' better half OR for hilariously documenting her parenthood journey on Instagram.
And if you only know of her personal Instagram account, you're in for a treat. She also started an account called @dictatorlunches, where she documents the adorably elaborate lunches she makes for her *particular* 5-year-old son Sid.
"He's the dictator I'm trying to appease," Jenny jokes. "I'm constantly trying to make him happy. He likes to give me either a thumbs up or a thumbs down."
How can he not give these masterpieces a thumbs up?!
Now, since we were on the topic of school lunches, Jenny couldn't help but share with us two better-for-you lunch snacks she's currently obsessing over.
First up are Lesser Evil Paleo Puffs. The gluten-free and grain-free puffs are made with cassava root, Jenny tells us. And she seriously can't get enough of them!
"You can't eat just one of them," the actress says.
Next? Addictive Wellness Chocolates. "I eat this at night instead of drinking wine," the mom of two says of the sugar-free snack. "I'm not a big drinker, so this is my wine at night."
And she feels good about giving them to her sons, too.
"I feel like a win for Sid should also be a win for me," Jenny says. "If he wants a piece of chocolate, I want to know I'm getting something out of it."
We think that's totally fair!
And when it comes to self-care (all parents need to set aside time for that, are we right?), Jenny is all about Drunk Elephant Skincare.
The mom of two admits that she suffered from "disastrous" acne after having her second child, Lazlo, so she reconsidered her skincare routine. And that's when she discovered Drunk Elephant, a non-toxic skincare system that contains moisturizers, serums, masks, cleansers, sun protection and more.
"[It] has changed my life," Jenny says. "[Creator Tiffany Masterson] says there are six things that should never be on your skin, like drying agents, alcohols or essential oils."
"She's basically saying that's clogging your face," she continues. "I trusted her, I took this journey, and now it's all I use."