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Our own Dina Freeman sent me a note the other day that went something like this:

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If You Want To Look For Bel Air 5s just realized I have no idea what to make him for lunch. He’s 4! He can’t open many things. He doesn’t regularly eat sandwiches just the meat and cheese. I can’t do PBJ because of no peanut rules. What do I do? Do you have any ideas? Remember, I am a horrible cook and their taste is bland.

Dina and I could have twin boys actually my Carter is in the same boat and is not a aOlernKienOP
traditional sandwich kid. So I been experimenting with aOlernKienOP
some ideas for his lunch box; here are his 7 favorites to date:

I love all the ideas, they will be helpful since we start school in september.

Other thigs I have thought about, as I would like these to be as complete as possible, be eaten cold if needed, and not be food (I have taught Lucas to eat what we eat, so I would not like him to retrograde on that). So I think about trying to make food that looks as much as possible as an ordinary lunch (minus the sauce). I in general a cooking mom, so my suggestion need more or less cooking.

1. Omelete! It good even if it not warm and you can put veggies, ham, potato, cheese etc in it to make a full meal out of it.

2. Meatballs (keftedakia). A favorite when I was a kid. My mom used to make little tiny ones, it was great. Parsley, oignon, origano, tomato and mint give them extra taste (mmm Baby chicken fingers: chicken breast cut into fingers, fried like snitchels with bread crust.

4. Souvlaki: that a greek one, it a meat brochette (usually porc, but can do with any meat cut in cubes).

My little guy loves hard boiled eggs. He eats two for lunch at least once a week. They easy to cook, easy to pack and easy to eat. We also do things like goat cheese with apple slices and honey sandwiches and sunflower butter sandwich with banana slices. Giving them a voice helps them feel empowered and excited about lunch. The app comes with a pre populated list of foods to choose from (four categories: fruits, vegetables, proteins and snacks) but you can very easily customize that list to include or remove according to your preferences. Lunch planning can be such a hassle. That why I designed this app.

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