Category: Kids’ Lunches
Lots of people travel with food for various reasons, such as picky kids, keeping to a specific diet, and expense. It’s always going to be cheaper to bring your own oatmeal to make with hot water in the hotel room, than it is to pay $25 for a breakfast buffet. It’s a lot healthier too! Sometimes, having your own food in between special travel meals is also just convenient, quick and easy – and of course almost always a wiser option than grabbing a muffin somewhere!
I know, I know…the adage, “It’s not real food if it has an ingredient list or a nutrition label.” But sometimes there are processed foods we want to take advantage of that aren’t actually too bad.
Here are a 5 discoveries I’ve made in the last few months that I thought you’d be happy to see.
Here are 5 MORE great ideas for easy, healthy camp lunches this summer! These are based on the feedback and additional questions I got from last week’s 5 Fun and Healthy Camp Lunch Ideas post.
The big follow up question: What about protein?
It’s that time of year. Camp.
Here are some fun ways I try to mix up the daily grind of packing camp lunch:
Have a healthy Pesach 2016. If you’re looking for healthy seder entertainment for children, look no further! These fruit and vegetable children’s projects are also great activities for during the entire holiday – a lot better than sitting around eating dry, processed, sugar-filled cakes and cookies. Have a healthy Passover with these activities and ideas.
Watching those Chia Head commercials growing up, did you ever imagine it would become the next Super Food? Per your request, here is the basic recipe (and some fun options) for the chia pudding I tricked my kids into eating.
Can you open cans and bags and pour ingredients in? Congratulations! You can make my short cut cholent! Prepare to be liberated from chopping, peeling, crying from onions…!