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Sample Lunch and Snack Ideas-
Because we are renting space from a temple we have to respect their dietary restrictions. They do have a policy of no meat and no nuts, so please take a look below at some delicious options for what you can pack your kids for lunch!

Sandwiches – Instead of peanut butter and jelly, try sunbutter* and jelly. Sunbutter is made with sunflower seeds, and it is safe for kids with peanut or tree nut allergies. Use cookie cutters to make fun shapes, such as stars, flowers, or fish.

Pasta – Add tomato or Alfredo sauce to bowtie, penne, angel hair, or your child’s favorite pasta. Toss in some grilled zucchini or broccoli. Heat and pack in a thermal container. Many of these containers can keep food at a safe 140°F for up to four hours.

Pack whole-grain crackers*, cheese squares, sliced plum tomatoes, and pickle chips. Your child can assemble her own mini-sandwiches at lunch.

Pack a whole-grain tortilla filled with corn-and-bean salsa, green peppers, onions, and shredded cheddar cheese.

Make egg salad using light mayonnaise, celery, garlic powder, and salt/pepper to taste. Add a thin layer to a bagel. Serve with a side of low-fat yogurt; pack fresh blueberries and blackberries for a fun yogurt topping.

Pita dippers – Cut a whole-wheat pita into 8 slices. Add a container of pre-packaged hummus and black-bean dip for fun dipping. Serve with red bell pepper slices and fresh baby carrots.

Cereal – Pack peanut-free cereal in a seal-tight container. Add a separate container of cinnamon, pumpkin seeds, and raisins for your child to sprinkle on the cereal at school. Have your child add low-fat or fat-free milk.

Kabobs – Sandwich on a stick! Put lightly toasted bread cubes*, cheddar cheese cubes, and apple slices onto a skewer. Serve with low-fat honey-mustard dressing for dipping. For a more Italian flavor, use mozzarella balls, grape tomatoes, olives, and basil, served with Italian dressing for dipping. The possibilities are endless!

Trail mix – Help your child select his favorite ingredients to make a yummy trail mix. Add pretzels, raisins, baked cheese-flavored crackers, peanut-free granola, popcorn, and any other ingredient that your child loves and is safe to eat.

Fresh fruits and vegetables and low-fat or fat-free milk are great choices to add to any lunch. Put an apple, banana, blueberries, carrots, celery sticks, or other fresh fruits or vegetables into your child’s lunch, and have your child buy a carton of low-fat or fat-free milk at school for a complete meal.

Other Options…

-Egg Salad Sandwich
-Cheese / Mushroom / Veggie Pizza
-Mac n Cheese
-Yogurt and Granola
-Cheese and Apple Sandwiches cut into fun shapes
-Veggie Bologna Sandwich
-Tuna Sandwich
-Pasta with Marinera Sauce or Alfredo
-Soy Nuggets
-Pesto Pasta
-Asian Noodles
-Hard Boiled Eggs
-Bagel and Cream Cheese
-Cream Cheese and Jelly Sandwich
-Pita with Cream Cheese and Olives
-Mini Waffles or Pancakes
-Lunchable Nachos
-Extra Cheesy Pizza Lunchables
-Hummus and Pita
-Banana Pudding / Rice Pudding / Chocolate Pudding

Side Dishes:
-Tomatoes and Cucumber
-Fruit Cups
-Dried Fruit
-Banana Pudding / Rice Pudding / Chocolate Pudding

-Canned Pears
-Canned Pineapple
-Dried Fruit
-Banana Pudding / Rice Pudding / Chocolate Pudding