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Nut-Free Kids School Lunches Week 38 of 40

School is officially out, but I’m a bit behind on finishing out my 40 weeks of lunches. I’m calling this one week 38, but I think it might be week 38 and 39.

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Kids School Lunches Nut-Free Week 38 of 40 StuffedSuitcase.com

Monday: multigrain chips & guacamole, cucumber, 1/2 pear
[Items used: Ziploc Container, Divided Rectangle]

Tuesday: turkey slices, babybel cheese, pretzels, carrots, watermelon
[Items used: Ziploc Container, Divided RectanglePantry Elements Silicone Baking Cups]

Wednesday: multigrain chips, 1/2 pear, mini bell pepper, yogurt
[Items used: Ziploc Container, Divided RectanglePantry Elements Silicone Baking Cups]

Thursday: turkey & cream cheese tortilla roll-up, tomato, grapes
[Items used: Ziploc Container, Divided Rectangle]

Friday: 1/2 sunbutter & jelly sandwich, mandarin orange segments, tomato
[Items used: Rubbermaid LunchBlox Kid’s Tall Lunch Box Kit]

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 (Spring Break) | Week 31 | Week 32 | Week 33 | Week 34 | Week 35 | Week 36 | Week 37 | Week 38

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Blu

Sunday 24th of August 2014

Thanks for all the beautiful photos - I am trying to get mentally in gear for next week... Our school has a very strict policy against all nuts, and even soy butters and also granola bars or treats that aren't labelled 'nut-free'. I think the policy is a bit hard for the parents of new JKs, but everybody gets used to it fairly quickly. Suspect Items are sent home with a reminder note. The policy hasn't given our nut allergy parents ANY false sense of security at all, that I can see. I would also add that the school has pretty good rules around hand washing after eating. I think your school is worried about parent backlash, and are taking the easy route... However, I really just wanted to thank you for the ideas for my grocery list!

Kim

Monday 18th of August 2014

I've followed/implemented your lunch ideas last year with moderate success due to the cream cheese. I did that, and my boys hated it. In desperation this summer, I used ricotta cheese in place of cream cheese. Success. I had equal success with hummus.

Kimberly

Tuesday 19th of August 2014

Great to hear Kim! My girls love the garden cream cheese but I'm glad you found luck with ricotta and hummus. Thanks for sharing!