meal plan for lunch this whole week
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bow-tie pasta with shredded veggies (broccoli, red peppers, zucchini, celery, carrots), baby greens salad with dressing, watermelon, fig cookies
fish-shaped tuna sandwich with lettuce, baby carrots with dressing, plum, goldfish
sliced hard-boiled egg, mini waffles, bell pepper strips, sliced kiwi and blackberries, corn muffin
string cheese and crackers, broccoli and cauliflower with dressing, blueberries, and banana bread
ham, turkey, and cheese rolled up and skewered with pretzel sticks, mandarin oranges, shelled edemame, chocolate pudding
bean salad, melon wedges, tortilla chips with salsa, cheddar cheese
peanut butter and jelly on a mini bagel, cherry tomatoes with dressing, pineapple chunks, oatmeal cookies
leftover pizza, cucumber moons with hummus, purple grapes, popcorn
mini pita pockets with grilled chicken strips and veggies, vanilla yogurt with sliced strawberries, sugar snap peas, animal crackers
Flatout Wrap with sharp cheddar cheese, sweet apples in wedges (sprinkle with lemon juice), pecans, rolled up.
square bagel with blueberry cream cheese and raspberries
corn tortilla with refried beans and shredded cheddar
whole grain hot dog bun with almond butter and banana (have her peel at school)
English muffin with turkey, coby cheese and green apple slices
flour tortilla with vegetable cream cheese, broccoli slaw and sunflower seeds
mini baguette with leftover breaded chicken, honey mustard sauce, and lettuce
i wont take credit for this, a lady in another conversation posted these ideas.... i copied them because i was so impressed with how good they sound!!!!
Kristin - posted on 03/07/2010
I've got a few of the cookbooks by Annabel Karmel and they gave me lots of ideas. I got "First Meals," before my oldest started on solids. You can find her and some of her recipes on line if you look her up. Lots of ideas there, and some of her cookbooks even involve your child if old enough to want to start helping. I got my son the C is for Cooking cookbook too. Lots of Sesame Street characters and good food too. Sorry for no specific ideas, but it looks like the other moms have got you some options to get you started. Have fun trying things out.
My son loves grilled cheese or peanut butter and jelly sandwiches. Recently I bought Hormel Natural Choice Deli Turkey. It's made without preservatives and has no nitrates. He now likes turkey sandwiches with butter. I tried mustard and he didn't like that. I always give him milk and fruit (apples with peanut butter is his favorite). He also likes carrots. And I only buy whole wheat bread made without high fructose corn syrup. We always have yogurt for an afternoon snack.
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