Nut free lunchables

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With just a few simple tweaks you can turn your kid’s lunchbox into a masterpiece with these five Top 8 safe snacks for kids! Coat the bottom layer of the jar with seed butter. Layer with the seed and fruit medley. Top with celery sticks and close the lid. Fruit Kabobs: With just a few simple tweaks you can turn your kid’s lunchbox into a masterpiece with these five Top 8 safe snacks for kids! Cut up the fruit into thick chunks. Cut out star-shapes with a chewy bar of choice.

Using a kid-friendly skewer, place the fruit and chewy bar slices one by one on the stick. Using a blueberry to separate the chewy bars will help from them becoming soggy. Top with the star-shaped bar for the final touch. Cut a small slit in one of the corners. Allow to completely set and pack into your child’s lunch. Apple Stacks: With just a few simple tweaks you can turn your kid’s lunchbox into a masterpiece with these five Top 8 safe snacks for kids! Cut the apple into horizontal slices, making approximately 6 slices total.

Coat one with seed butter and top with the seed and fruit mix and mini chocolate chips. Top with another slice of apple with just a slather or seed butter. Stack with the other apple slices in that pattern. Hummus mason jars: With just a few simple tweaks you can turn your kid’s lunchbox into a masterpiece with these five Top 8 safe snacks for kids! Place a package of Enjoy Life Plentils into a mason jar. Place on top of the cover for the mason jar and then secure with the twist top.

What’s in your allergy-free lunch box? Sweepstakes ends on September 14, 2016 at 11:59pm CDT. This post has been sponsored by Enjoy Life Foods. All opinions and text are my own. Beans: the allergen-friendly way to play with your food.

Don’t stop here at this recipe, check out other goodies that are gluten, egg, and dairy free but full of taste and creativity. Being on a restrictive diet myself I love using enjoy life products. Thanks for the great new suggestions. I’m going to make these for myself. I think I want to do them for ME. Pretty soon, well in about 2 years, you’ll have a in-house taste tester for these kid friendly snacks.

Of course you won’t have the TIME to make the snacks but you’ll still have the staff. I cannot wait for that moment! There is a store locator on Enjoy Life Foods website. OR you can also buy them online on their site, woohoo! Sometimes you just need a little lunchbox inspiration to take your mid-afternoon meal to the next level.

I’m here to help you with some lunch love with these 10 Creatively Plant Based Lunchbox Ideas. Put a smile on your kid’s face while you think outside of the lunchbox with these 10 Creative Plant Based Lunchbox Ideas! Put a smile on your kid’s face while you think outside of the lunchbox with these 10 Creatively Plant Based Lunchbox Ideas! Loaded Black Bean Quinoa Salad: Put a smile on your kid’s face while you think outside of the lunchbox with these 10 Creatively Plant Based Lunchbox Ideas! Loaded with protein from quinoa, this lunch is packed with veggies and bursting with lime flavor.

It’s perfect to make the night before so the flavors really shine through the next day. Sandwich Wrap Kabobs: Put a smile on your kid’s face while you think outside of the lunchbox with these 10 Creatively Plant Based Lunchbox Ideas! There is nothing wrong with a good sandwich but everything great about a sandwich that has been de-constructed and put on a stick. I mean, it’s a rule right? Healthy Guacadile Dip: Put a smile on your kid’s face while you think outside of the lunchbox with these 10 Creatively Plant Based Lunchbox Ideas!

Depending on your little ones appetite, guacamole with fresh veggies can be a very satisfying meal. Salad Summer Rolls: Put a smile on your kid’s face while you think outside of the lunchbox with these 10 Creatively Plant Based Lunchbox Ideas! If you need an alternative to peanut butter for this dipping sauce, simply replace it with sunflower butter. Froggy Sandwiches: Put a smile on your kid’s face while you think outside of the lunchbox with these 10 Creatively Plant Based Lunchbox Ideas! Sometimes you just need a sandwich. Look, I’d have a sandwich for lunch everyday if I had a choice. But for those days you just want to add a little creativity to your gluten free bread, give these Froggy Sandwiches a try.

Loaded Veggie Lunchbox Pasta Salad: Put a smile on your kid’s face while you think outside of the lunchbox with these 10 Creatively Plant Based Lunchbox Ideas! So easy to throw together and packed with veggies and chickpeas, this is a great lunch option for your little one when they are need of something fresh and packed with protein. Catsadillas: Put a smile on your kid’s face while you think outside of the lunchbox with these 10 Creatively Plant Based Lunchbox Ideas! Why have a quesadilla when you could have a Catsadilla? Do I need to say anything more? J Hot Dogs: Put a smile on your kid’s face while you think outside of the lunchbox with these 10 Creatively Plant Based Lunchbox Ideas!