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WELCOME TO MY SNACKS PAGE

  

NANNY SAYS THAT IF WE DON'T EAT RIGHT, WE
WON'T LEARN RIGHT

 

LUNCHBOX IDEAS
Pack string cheese and rolled meat slices with a honey
mustard dressing for dipping

Tuna sandwich wrap with light mayonnaise, lettuce and tomatoes

Egg salad sandwich on whole grain bread

Peanut butter, cashew, or almond butter with a 100 percent fruit spread on whole grain bread (a healthier PB&J)

Sliced turkey, lean roast beef, or chicken from the deli--or left over from last night's dinner--with light mayonnaise, mustard, and a slice of cheese

GOOD. EASY SCHOOL LUNCHES
 
Cut up cubes of
bread, cheese, and lunch meat
Slide the cubes onto a skewer with a grape tomato,  piece of lettuce, 
pickle, or an olive 

Mix cream cheese with raisins and a dash of honey  to spread on graham crackers

Make fruit kabobs of cubes of  fruits using thin strips of celery for skewers


Peanut butter on zucchini bread

Peanut butter on a pancake
 

Spread peanut butter, then jelly on tortilla. Sprinkle with raisins. Roll up





And she says that we need 3 cups of milk a day to keep our bones healthy.

If we are older than 9 years 
we need 2 cups a day

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BREAKFAST IDEAS
3 small fruit pieces
a scoop of cereal
top it off with some raisins.
and there you have a delicious and nutritious breakfast!

Waffles sandwich with yogurt, applesauce, yogurt

Mix yogurt with fruit or cereal


LUNCH IDEAS
Cut a length of cucumber into logs, dip into creamy Italian dressing

Scoop out apple and fill with peanut butter and raising

Put apple and cheese on top of cracker for a good quick lunch for school

DINNER IDEAS
Chicken Strips and Macaroni and Cheese

Mini-Meatloafs and Mashed Potatoes

Have a salad with dinner
EASY SNACKS

Add peanut butter and raisins to celery to make this nutritious snack look more appealing

Frozen blueberries on top of low fat yogurt

Banana on a stick
Banana
Popsicle stick
Peanut butter, softened
Crispy rice cereal or sunflower seeds

Peel the banana. Cut  in half, widthwise, and push a Popsicle stick through the cut end of each half.
Spread peanut butter on the banana,  roll in cereal or seeds.
Wrap them in waxed paper and freeze for 3 hours 


STAY FIT
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FOOD PYRAMID

 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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