Lunchboxing: How To? Make It Fun
Making a lunchbox? That doesn't have to be a have-to. It can be a get-to. My cooking kids learned they aren't victims, they're resilient and creative -- and that's what teaching gives me too: a chance to get out of my own worries, and pass on tips and ways to live life freely, even free of certain foods.
A few days ago I had the privilege to play with some around food. I'd scheduled a Back-to-School Lunchboxer -- a cooking-class-cum-food-intolerance-awareness-meet for a few interested families in my community.To put it simply, if you've got kids who are going out into the world with a need to feed, Keep It Simple this fall.
These are three things we kept in mind, and this is what we did in the workshop!
Continue on to Tumbling Gluten Free to keep reading!
We made Chili Dogs with corn tortillas, Better Bean Co. Chili, and Applegate Gluten-free/Organic Beef Dogs...the kids not only loved to eat them, they loved making them. Easy-packed too!