Healthy Peanut Free Snacks

Anyone else tired of hearing the peanut free announcements and reminders for school lunches?

Thankfully so many snacks are now made peanut free.

It’s November now and after 12 or so weeks of packing lunches, I was getting tired of packing the same old snacks and I went on a search for some new lunch options for the kids. My kids hate bread and don’t care for crackers. I found some great ideas.

Snacks with the main ingredients being lentils, kale, peas, beans, quinoa and more. The kids have enjoyed the new options. I feel much better about sending roasted peas than I do chips. I can’t say as they were getting much lentils, peas or kale in their diets so any way shape or form they come in that my kids will eat is a positive!

My kids also enjoy pepperettes, eggs, kielbasa, cheese chunks, fresh cut veggies, fruit, yogurt, veggie muffins, cooked chicken, deli slices and chunks of ham.

Comment below if you have found a great lunch snack idea!



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