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Kids Nut Free School Lunches: Week 31 of 40

Hope you’re having, had, or will have a fabulous spring break! We’re getting ready for Easter, and all of us are taking part in our church’s Easter drama. Do you have a special Easter tradition? I’m looking forward to using this Easter Scavenger Hunt for the girls this year.

The weeks are flying by and I only have nine more weeks of lunches before summer! In some ways that sounds exciting, but it also means another year of my sweet babies getting older. They’re growing up too fast!

Week 31 of 40 Lunches

Kids Nut Free School Lunch Ideas: Week 31 of 40 packed lunches

Monday: turkey slices, crackers, cheese stick, pear cup, mini bell peppers
[Items used: Rubbermaid LunchBlox Kid’s Tall Lunch Box Kit]

Tuesday: ham & cream cheese tortilla rollup, cucumber slices, 1/2 apple, kumquats
[Items used: Rubbermaid LunchBlox Kid’s Tall Lunch Box Kit]

Wednesday: chicken noodle soup, carrots & mini bell pepper, pear cup
[Items used:  Thermos Foogo Leak-Proof Stainless Steel Food JarAirtight 4-Piece 1.3 Cup Food Saver]

Thursday: ate school lunch

Friday: greek yogurt, carrots & peapods, mixed fruit cup, crackers (not pictured)

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 | Week 27 | Week 28 | Week 29 | Week 30 | Week 31

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