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Week 9 of 40 Weeks Nut-Free Kids School Lunches

A little late since I post my lunches I made last week, but here is how ate lunch for Halloween week.

Week 9 of 40 Weeks of Nut Free Kids School Lunches pack lunch

Monday: chicken noodle soup, tomatoes, carrots, cucumbers, applesauce

Tuesday: spider pizza (whole wheat english muffin w pizza sauce, mozzarella cheese, olive slices for spiders), cucumbers, grapes

Wednesday: [Orange Day] flatbread turkey cream cheese rollup, goldfish, peaches, orange, mandarin carrots

Thursday: [Halloween] spider/bat/pumpkin pasta from World Market with butter, olive oil, parmesan cheese, salami slices, pear, carrots & peapods

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  1. Tammy Lang says

    Do you have a picky eater? Do you find much of the food comes back home? I have a child with severe food aversions (ie: austistic), and it has impacted my younger two children’s eating habits. I love your lunches, but worry I may be wasting money and having a lot of food coming home. And we are on a VERY tight grocery budget.

    • Kim says

      Tammy, I’m sorry to hear about your struggles. I would not classify either of my girls as picky, so can’t really advise you how to approach the issue. My best advice would be to perhaps take him/her/them to the grocery store to “pick” their favorite foods. Then build menus around those items. I find that if you allow your kids some choices (within the options you give them) they feel more invested in the process and will go along with the plan. Hope that helps!

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