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Kids Nut Free Kids School Lunches: Week 26 of 40

Some fun things are coming up this week…Pi Day is Friday. Who’s going to try and slip some pie into their kids’ lunch? Then Monday is St. Patrick’s Day! I’m already plotting what I’ll be doing for lunches that day. Here’s a look at what I packed last week for the kids’ school lunches.

Kids Nut Free School Lunch ideas: Week 26 of 40 lunchbox

Monday: turkey & cream cheese bagel thin sandwich, cheese stick, peapods & carrots, fruit leather
[Items used: Ziploc Container, Divided Rectangle]

Tuesday: chicken noodle soup, apple sliced, mini bell peppers
[Items used: Thermos Foogo Leak-Proof Stainless Steel Food Jar, Airtight 4-Piece 1.3 Cup Food Saver, Set of 2Rubbermaid Premier Easy Find Lids]

Wednesday: salami slices (w star shape cutter), swiss cheese bites, ritz crackers, mini cucumber, kiwi
[Items used: Ziploc Container, Divided RectanglePantry Elements Silicone Baking Cups]

Thursday: wowbutter & jelly mini bagel sandwich, edamame, mixed fruit 100% juice cup, simply gogurt tube
[Items used: Airtight 4-Piece 1.3 Cup Food Saver, Set of 2]

Friday: hard-boiled egg, babybel cheese (butterfly shape cut), pretzels, peapods & carrots, 1/2 apple
[Items used: Ziploc Container, Divided RectanglePantry Elements Silicone Baking Cups]

40 Weeks of Kid’s School Lunches: Week 1 (Why we’re Nut Free!) | Week 2 | Week 3 | Week 4 | Week 5 | Week 6 | Week 7 | Week 8 | Week 9 | Week 10 | Week 11 | Week 12 | Week 13 | Week 14 | Week 15 | Week 16 | Week 17 | Week 18 | Week 19 | Week 20 | Week 21 | Week 22 | Week 23 | Week 24 | Week 25 | Week 26

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  1. Great lunch ideas Kim! :) I’ll be sure to steal some – my son eats at school but its the same ish everyday so I need to change it up for him. Thanks for the resources! Happy Hump Day! -Iva

    • I try not to Hayley — especially for school lunches. However, she has had food marked that way before. But just because she eats it once without incident doesn’t mean it’s safe. Because the warning on those products is for the oops incident where a piece or residue was left on the equipment.

      • Thanks! I will be sure to double check any ingredients I see on your blog. What kind of bagels do you use?

        My little guy is allergic to peanut, tree nut and sesame. We don’t eat anything “made in a facility” etc. because he’s had anaphylaxis from cross contamination alone :(

        • Poor little guy. I use the Thomas mini whole wheat bagels and the Thomas bagel thins. They are not marked with any nut notices. However, I’m not sure about sesame. One time I mistakenly posted a picture of my oldest’s lunch which included a granola bar. Funny thing is the quaker granola bars in canada are nut free, but in the us they’re labeled with the facility notice. I try to really be careful since I label the lunches nut free, but please let me know if you ever spot something or have a question. Label reading is pretty much habit for us, but there’s a chance I’ll mess up like with the granola bar that one time!

  2. love these ideas! I always need fresh ideas for lunch! I feel like I get into a slump of packing the kids the same things. Checking this out from wow me wednesday!

    • Thanks for hopping over Cathy! Hope you have some new go-to things to add to your lunchbox repertoire. :)

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