November 29, 2006


Thanks for the link J. Jones! It led me to which is exactly what I needed. I have to pack DD's lunch everyday and I'm often at a loss as to what to send. [For example, the curry shrimp I made last night wasn't the best thing to send for her today] Also, I am getting tired of the usual Teddy Grahams and Dole Fruit Cups for snacks. Anyhoo, this website has lots of good suggestions, not only for food, but for learning and crafts too - and they're all printable. Check this recipe out - I'll think I'll make her some tonight!

1/3 C. diced and cooked boneless breast or ground chicken 1/4 C. cubed and cooked potato 3 T. shredded mild Cheddar or American cheese 1/4 C. milk 2 tsp. butter Peas, carrots and/or cornMix chicken, veggies, potato, milk, and butter in a small saucepan. Simmer over low heat for 10 minutes. Stir in cheese. Serve warm.


Justice Jones said...

No problem, I'll have to look at that web site since Chase is refusing to eat healthy anymore. To the point where he will not eat his sandwhich at school. He hates cheese (unless it's on pizza or I sneak it in), I'm not allowed to send PB since there are nut allergies and he hates mayo. So that leaves me with nothing but dry ham and/or turkey sandwhiches. I've tried putting all kinds of honey mustard, or other sandwhich sauces but he's so picky. Today I heated a hotdog, put it on a bun with a packet of ketchup and I'm sure he's going to complain about his cold soggy hotdog as soon as I pick him up. Then he will ask for chicken nuggets and french fries and then we'll have to argue about that for about 5-10 minutes. Then when we get home, I'll make him a healthy snack at which point he'll eat it while complaining/pouting the whole time.

Doesn't having a five year old sound like fun??

Justice Fergie said...

LOL. It does sound like fun. I can't even imagine what life will be like when my 2 are able to talk back to me in complete sentences. It'll be all over then!

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