Lunchbox #13

  1. Egg salad
  2. Smoothie pop
  3. Muffin
  4. Crackers
  5. Substitute: Edamame instead of green peas

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Note: This information is from 100 Days of Real Food. She is awesome and I highly recommend her site. I have copied it here for my own purposes, to help organize my own children’s lunches.

Lunchbox #12

  1. Apples, sliced
  2. Muffin
  3. Smoothie pop
  4. Cheese Stick
  5. Some kind of meat, sliced ham, chicken, etc

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Note: This information is from 100 Days of Real Food. She is awesome and I highly recommend her site. I have copied it here for my own purposes, to help organize my own children’s lunches.

Lunchbox #11

  1. Basil tomato soup
  2. Honeydew and Berries
  3. Muffin

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Note: This information is from 100 Days of Real Food. She is awesome and I highly recommend her site. I have copied it here for my own purposes, to help organize my own children’s lunches.

Lunchbox #10

  1. Carrot Sticks
  2. Smoothie pop
  3. Muffin
  4. Popcorn with Pepitas
  5. Grapes, sliced with little mandarin oranges

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Note: This information is from 100 Days of Real Food. She is awesome and I highly recommend her site. I have copied it here for my own purposes, to help organize my own children’s lunches.

Lunchbox #9

  1. Apple Sandwich with peanut butter
  2. Honeydew melon
  3. Trail Mix or peanuts
  4. Tortilla with melted cheese (no tomato sauce)

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Note: This information is from 100 Days of Real Food. She is awesome and I highly recommend her site. I have copied it here for my own purposes, to help organize my own children’s lunches.

Lunchbox #8

  1. Sub: Sliced Oranges instead of grapefruit
  2. Pineapple chunks
  3. Banana bread with cream cheese
  4. Yogurt with a few frozen berries

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Note: This information is from 100 Days of Real Food. She is awesome and I highly recommend her site. I have copied it here for my own purposes, to help organize my own children’s lunches.

Lunchbox #7

  1. Half waffle folded over with peanut butter and honey
  2. Rolled up slice of ham with slice of cheese
  3. Trail Mix
  4. Apple, sliced

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Note: This information is from 100 Days of Real Food. She is awesome and I highly recommend her site. I have copied it here for my own purposes, to help organize my own children’s lunches.

Lunchbox #6

  1. Hummus and cheese sandwich
  2. Carrot Sticks
  3. Cheese Slices
  4. Honeydew melon
  5. Strawberries
  6. Applesauce

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Note: This information is from 100 Days of Real Food. She is awesome and I highly recommend her site. I have copied it here for my own purposes, to help organize my own children’s lunches.

Lunchbox #5

  1. Pretzel sticks
  2. Banana bread muffins
  3. Sliced red bell pepper
  4. Boiled egg
  5. Yogurt Smoothie

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Note: This information is from 100 Days of Real Food. She is awesome and I highly recommend her site. I have copied it here for my own purposes, to help organize my own children’s lunches.

Lunchbox #4

  1. Egg Salad in a cup
  2. Whole Wheat Cracker
  3. Mozzarella cheese (or cheese sticks
  4. Broccoli
  5. Strawberries

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Note: This information is from 100 Days of Real Food. She is awesome and I highly recommend her site. I have copied it here for my own purposes, to help organize my own children’s lunches.

Lunchbox #2

  1. Crackers
  2. Sliced Cheese, or mozzarella stick
  3. Strawberries
  4. Carrot Sticks
  5. Hummus

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Note: This information is from 100 Days of Real Food. She is awesome and I highly recommend her site. I have copied it here for my own purposes, to help organize my own children’s lunches.

Lunchbox #1

  1. Apples, sliced
  2. Edamame
  3. Banana Bread, 1 slice
  4. Pizza Bagel (our children don’t like tomato sauce, so I just do the cheese)
  5. Small Piece Chocolate

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Note: This information is from 100 Days of Real Food. She is awesome and I highly recommend her site. I have copied it here for my own purposes, to help organize my own children’s lunches.