More lunchbox ideas!

As I mentioned on a previous post, Sophia gets two of these containers a day for a total of four items a day.  I feel that gives her enough variety without overwhelming her with the options (and me with the prepping). Here are some of the boxes I have sent: Scrambled eggs with ham, onion, …

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Nacho dinner & lunchbox #29

The quickest of quick dinners, when we can't muster the effort to do anything that involves prep and effort and dirty pans: nachos. Nachos aren't typically regarded as health food, but, with some care, are really not that bad. To health em up a bit, we love the multigrain chips from Food Should Taste Good …

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Tiny helper & lunchbox #28

A great way to both (1) get my kid interested in what he's eating (and more willing to eat what's in front of him) and (2) lessen the after-school-but-pre-dinner meltdown is to find a way to get him involved in dinner prep. The other day, that meant avocado chopper and bowl-assembler. For dinner, we had …

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