It is that time of the year when the school uniform pants get too short and my kids start to complain about their lunches.
I can't blame them; my GF Teen has taken her lunch to school everyday since third grade and our school offers virtually nothing that my two gluten free kids can eat.
It is always about this time of the year when I get really tired of making three lunches every morning and they get tired of the food.
Here is what we have been packing in school lunches this year. I would love some new ideas/suggestions from all of you!
Some Ideas for Gluten Free Lunches.MAIN ENTREE:
Warm food always taste good at lunch. Pack an extra paper towel in
the lunch so they can lay it down in the microwave then put their food
on top of it. Just leave the paper towel in the microwave when done
and pack some wipes to cleanse hands before eating. Some warm food
Frito lays has
an extensive list of gluten free chips that they have "validated
through analytical testing that the following products contain
less than 20 ppm of gluten." They seem to add more and more chips
to the list every few months.
Halfpops Are just that –
partially popped kernels with great flavor. Gluten, trans fat,
corn and preservative free! Love these!
WOW Wheat and Gluten Free Cookies and Brownies
These are the best of the best; Large, soft and delicious. Much like
you would find at the local bakery. The price reflects the quality of
the ingredients - organic ingredients, high quality butter, and cane