kids, lunch, pasta, what I eat in a day

What My Plant-Based Kids Ate for Lunch #9: All Green, No Food Dye Needed

IMG_0204.JPG

This year my kids’ Spring Break was quite early, with spring not even officially beginning until next week. And it just so happens that our last day of break fell on Day Light Saving Time. Needless to say when Monday rolled around we were all missing that extra hour of sleep so very much. In order to brighten up my kids’ first week back from break, I decided to whip up a fun themed lunch for Saint Patrick’s Day (minus the corned beef). I am not typically a “themed lunch makin’ kind of mom,” but I’ll use any excuse to get those nutrient rich green foods into my kids! Continue reading “What My Plant-Based Kids Ate for Lunch #9: All Green, No Food Dye Needed”

kids, reviews, snack

Pressed by KIND: Flavor Reviews by a Plant-Based Family

IMG_8373.JPG

As a mom who is constantly on the go, I am always on the lookout for snacks that are convenient and quick. While fresh fruits and veggies are always my first choice, they don’t tend to do well when stashed at the bottom of a dance bag and left for week or more. Side note: have you ever found a forgotten banana under a car seat? Yea…me either… Continue reading “Pressed by KIND: Flavor Reviews by a Plant-Based Family”

kids, lunch, snack, under 30 minutes, what I eat in a day

What My Plant-Based Kids Ate for Lunch Today #5: Back to School Edition

School Lunch Title.JPGSchool is back in session (at least here in Texas), and I am back in that lunch-packing groove. This year, I am packing lunches for 2 kiddos and Husband on the daily. That means everything must be prepped en masse times 3 with enough variety that everyone is happy, but not so varied that mom looses her marbles. The added twist this year is that there are new “snack rules” at my kids’ school that dictate that all snacks must contain no nuts, be mess free, and be in single serving sizes. Continue reading “What My Plant-Based Kids Ate for Lunch Today #5: Back to School Edition”