#PrimalKid Lunches: Week Five

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Here’s a look at the lunches I packed for Luv last week. She also had her first field trip, exploring local rocks, dirt, and silt. They just so happened to go up to Saddle Rock, a hiking spot Luv is quite familiar with already!

A healthy school lunch can be simple to assemble the night before, especially when using leftovers!

Primal Kid Lunches: Week Five

Choice Containers

choice containers

Fun Extras

fun extras

    1 :: Colorful Silicone Cups – keeps the container cleaner and allows you to separate a couple foods in one section of the LunchBots container.
    2 :: Nori Stamps – to inspire a contagious smile at the lunch table!
    3 :: Rice/Egg molds – making some otherwise mundane sides extra special.

Luv’s Lunches:

Primal Kid Lunches: Week Five

Primal Kid Lunches: Week Five

  • Day three: Semi-repeat of day one – lamb ham and broccoli salad, garlic sauerkraut, and kiwi slices.

Primal Kid Lunches: Week Five

  • *field trip day* Day four: Grassfed #hotdogasthebun buried underneath organic bell peppers {bought frozen, but thawed overnight}. Grapes. Lemon San Pellegrino and her water bottle. Rice star. ☆
    Primal Kid Lunches: Week Five

  • Day five: Grassfed hot dog slices. Organic green peas. Organic bell peppers. Kiwi slices. Garlic Sauerkraut.

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  2 comments for “#PrimalKid Lunches: Week Five

  1. October 8, 2015 at 11:27am

    Good ideas! I never thought about packing hot dogs for lunch. I might try that tomorrow. Does Luv eat them cold?
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    • October 12, 2015 at 10:44am

      Yep! She eats them crisped in the skillet, sliced partially lengthwise, and stuffed with peppers or kraut and mustard {prepared the night before and put in the fridge, so it’s cold by the time she eats it at school}. She also eats hot dog slices cold. 🙂

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