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…t variety — it’ll keep your child full longer and they need those good fats for their developing brains!) crackers (homemade or see Kate’s recipes, or the best variety you can find at the store with few ingredients – I really like Crunchmaster’s gluten free multigrain crackers) Add some easy to grab fruit like grapes, blueberries, or create your own fruit salad and you have a well-rounded lunch! Soup & Salad Creamy Chicken &amp…

I don’t know about you, but I usually let the kitchen organization slide during the holidays.  I buy whatever groceries seem ‘normal’ and I don’t plan ahead much.  I make whatever sounds good for meals and snacks?   Cheese and GF crackers has become the staple, unless we’re eating carrots.  Not bad, I know, but not as good as I like to do. The real reason this is so important isn’t health…

…217;cheese Broccoli Chicken or ham Pear slices Meal #7: Pasta Salad Pasta salad Blackberries Meal #8: Graham Crackers and Nut Butter Graham crackers (or try these GF crackers) Nut butter (or sunflower seed butter) Yogurt Apple slices Celery sticks Meal #9: Hummus, Pitas and Veggies Hummus Pitas Broccoli, cherry tomatoes, carrots, celery, bell peppers, etc. Meal #10: Apple Sandwiches Apples, cored and cut side ways Nut b…

…re artifically low- fat or contain fake sugars! Do I buy my kids Larabars and even the occasionally ‘bunny crackers?’  Yes.  But these are a treat, not something we have daily.  Their snacks are built around homemade jerky, nuts, and dried fruit…and on rare occasions, supplemented with crackers or something “fun.” The Bottom Line Is the organic label enough to protect us?  Possibly, if we’re talking about the…

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