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Thread: Frugal but Healthy Schoolbag Lunches- Please share!

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    This week's lunches:

    snap peas (bought big bag for under $6 at Costco- Will do DS and I all week for our lunches)
    Strawberries
    apple
    drinkable yogurt (reduced- works out to .23 each)
    cheese crackers
    oreo cookies
    OJ in reuseable container
    Chicken/cheese quesidias with a side of sour cream

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    Quote Originally Posted by Granger View Post
    Had eggs that were expiring. Boiled them all for lunches! With four in the family that will eat them, they will go quick and not to be wasted!
    I usually take a boiled egg for my afternoon snack. Great when you find soon to expire eggs for a kick butt price. I boil them all on Sunday for the week.
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    DS's lunch this week:

    Homemade nacho dip with dipping chips
    pineapple
    clementines
    apple
    yogurt drink
    chocolate milk
    veggie sticks

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    Slim pickings!
    Today DS has:

    Ham, cheese, lettuce on a bagel
    apple
    veggie chips
    yogurt drink
    apple juice box
    chocolate chip cookies

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    Today it's choc milk, salami chips, vegetable thins and a granola bar. One kid took Kohlrabi.
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    Fresh ciabatta bun with sliced leftover Costco roast chicken and Dijon mustard, 2 homemade choc chip cookies and an apple.

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    Today DS had:

    Ham sandwich
    clementine
    Apple juice
    rice crackers
    meat stick lol

    Today DS had:

    Ham sandwich
    clementine
    Apple juice
    rice crackers
    meat stick lol

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    Our oldest son will start kindergarten in a nut free school in September. He will be attending a full day, every other day. I have been fIguribg out different foods that he would like in his lunch. I now know that he does not like cheese strings. We like to bake a lot with nuts, so I'll have to bake different treats specifically for sending to school. His kindergarten teacher has a cookie program for afternoon snack, so that means that I will have a designated amount of cookies to bake and bring to school for the entire class to have one month. It also means that I won't have to pack anafternoon snack.

    Our oldest son will start kindergarten in a nut free school in September. He will be attending a full day, every other day. I have been fIguribg out different foods that he would like in his lunch. I now know that he does not like cheese strings. We like to bake a lot with nuts, so I'll have to bake different treats specifically for sending to school. His kindergarten teacher has a cookie program for afternoon snack, so that means that I will have a designated amount of cookies to bake and bring to school for the entire class to have one month. It also means that I won't have to pack anafternoon snack.
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