- Twenty-four 1 oz. bags of Sea Salt Garden Veggie Chips
- Made with garden-grown potatoes and vegetables
- 30% less fat than the leading brand of potato chips*
- 0mg cholesterol and 0g trans fat per serving
- Certified OU Kosher Pareve and gluten-free
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- Pirate’s Booty Snack Puffs, Aged White Cheddar are made from puffed rice and corn, blended with real aged white cheddar cheese and baked perfectly to pirate standards
- No artificial colors, flavors, or ingredients and now Certified NON-GMO
- Gluten-free and 0g trans fat per serving
- A great tasting, healthy snack option for the whole family
- Get the whole snacking goodness without the guilt
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- WHOLESOME FOOD: Tasty snack bars that come in a variety of flavors; Food Made From Food
- REAL FRUIT: Variety pack contains Apple Pie (2 bars), Blueberry Muffin (2 bars), Cashew Cookie (2 bars), Cherry Pie (2 bars), Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough (2 bars), Coconut Cream Pie (2 bars), Peanut Butter (2 bars), Peanut Butter Chocolate Chip (2 bars)
- SIMPLE INGREDIENTS: Gluten-free, non-GMO, vegan, soy-free, dairy-free
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- Lend a Hand – Easy one-handed drinking with no lids to remove or lose
- Eyes Up – Keep your eyes on the task at hand with the convenient pop-up straw on this AUTOSPOUT Straw lid
- Cleaner Drinking – Protective spout cover keeps out gross dirt and germs
- Seal It In – Leak-proof lid (when closed) for on-the-go convenience
- Every Last Drop – Angled straw in order to get every last sip
- THERMOS vacuum insulation technology for maximum temperature retention, hot or cold
- Durable stainless steel interior and exterior
- Wide mouth is easy to fill, serve from and clean
- Keeps cold for 7 hours and hot for 5 hours; stay cool exterior
- 10-ounce capacity; hand washing is recommended
We use these for when the kids want to take hot lunches to school. Here are some ideas for lunches.
As we try to expand lunch and work with our kids for them to pack lunches we have gone through a number of strategies. My husband talks about our process in this post. And I share some ideas for what can go in a lunch in this post.
Today, I want to share a different way of helping our kids with lunch packing. I created a Google Doc that has lunch packing for our oldest three kids. I imagine this will change, but I sat down with them and asked them to come up with ideas for each category based upon what they eat and the ideas we had previously come up with. Then at the beginning of the week, I am asking them to look at the dinner menu to see what leftovers they can take and also what needs to be made for lunches that we can make ahead of time. Planning for the whole week helps them with the task of making lunches easily and not staring at the refrigerator for 20 minutes trying to decide what they want to pack. It also helps with planning the shopping list, so we can make sure there are fruits and vegetables that each of the kids would like to eat.
I also plan on laminating this and having them use a Dry Erase Marker each week to write out their ideas. But I think we are going to be adjusting it for at least the first month of school. Maybe when I take the laminator out for Sukkot, it will be more finalized.
Do you have any strategies that help with making lunches? Do you have any good ideas that I should add?
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