Leftovers Again

http://greenlitebites.com/2012/01/17/leftovers-again/

School Lunch Ideas

  • Leftover Fish Sticks with ketchup
  • Aussie Apple (apple cut and put back together with rubber band to prevent browning)
  • Carrots
  • Blueberry Yogurt
  • Water

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School Lunch Ideas

I have a soft spot for fish sticks and serve them 1-2 times a month. It’s also the only way I can get fish in Little Guy. :( He’s never liked the texture of salmon or tilapia. But I keep trying!

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  1. Laura of Lauralovinglife

    Good idea with the apple. I always put my kids’ apple pieces in a baggie with lemon juice, but your way is much better. Plus, they will think it’s cool.

    I sent my kids off to school today after having eaten some kiwi, strawberries, and a few ounces of smoothie. They will still have breakfast at school, but this way I know they got some fruit and healthy stuff already today!

  2. Kathy

    I can’t tell you how much I enjoy seeing the before and after packed lunches. Almost as much as I love seeing the baby!!!!! Please never stop, I love your work!!!

  3. Marie

    Hey Roni, LOVE these ideas!

    Any reason that the full post to greenlitebites isn’t showing up in my reader? I have to click over to your site.

    Thanks.

  4. roni

    Marie – I’ve never published full posts. (Except in error once) The reason isn’t to get you to click (although that is a byproduct) the reason is because I can’t handle all of my recipes stolen all over the web. I work hard on this site and too many people were profiting from my hard work by publishing my feed as their own. It still happens but it’s not as easy when my feed doesn’t contain the full recipes.

    You’ll see the note under the subscribe button…

    “Note: Feed only contains images of the latest food ideas.:

    Sorry about that.

    I am considering publishing a monthly newsletter with my best recipes that month but haven’t had the time.

    I hope you understand.

  5. anon

    Won’t the yoghurt spoil if just left out like that? I live in a pretty tropical/humid place and I want to pack yoghurt for my kids to bring to school, but I’m worried about it spoiling. Many thanks!

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