Meat, Cheese, & Crackers {Dairy-Free Kid Lunch}



Hello, friends!  Today I have another lunch tray post for you.  :)  

THIS LUNCH INCLUDES:
Wheat Thins 
Go Veggie! Cream Cheese
Hormel Naturals Turkey
Peas
Strawberries & Bananas
Homemade Banana Bread
Dairy-Free Unsweetened Almond Milk

I think my wheat thins are Target brand.  And the fun thing about these little cracker, cheese, and meat concoctions is that the kiddies can build them themselves.  Ever since the boys were toddlers I would pick up little cheese spreaders because they were the perfect size for toddlers to use as little knives.  My boys always loved trying their hands at spreading their own peanut butter, jam, etc.  And with this lunch, they could spread their own dairy-free cream cheese.  Boy am I glad we have some of those on the market now!  Go Veggie, Daiya, and Tofutti all have dairy-free cream cheeses now.  If you purchase Go Veggie, get the dairy-free VEGAN packaging.  Go Veggie also makes cheese products with milk.  

Also, our Dairy-Free and Egg-Free Banana Bread recipe is one of our top 5 posts here so be sure to check it out!  We have used the same recipe for zucchini bread and pumpkin bread, too.



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3 comments:

ChristiWM said...

Thanks for sharing all of your great lunch ideas. I don't know how you have time to maintain a blog in addition to raising and schooling your kiddos! Keep up the good work! By the way, when did your son outgrow some of his allergies? My son is 20 months and is most allergic to peanuts, dairy and eggs. He can, however, tolerate eggs & dairy in baked goods and even waffles and pancakes.

ChristiWM said...

Thanks for sharing all your great lunch ideas! I don't know how you have time to blog on top of raising and schooling your kiddos! By the way, when did your son start to out grow some of his allergies? My son is 20 months and is allergic to peanuts, dairy and eggs (and probably other things too). However, he can tolerate dairy and egg in baked goods including waffles and pancakes. Keep up the good work! -C

Jamie Kaufmann said...

Thanks for the nice comment, ChristiWM. I am pretty busy but I can't help sharing our milk-free foods. ;) If you read our "About Miles" section, you can read about his yearly allergy testing. He outgrew egg and peanut real quickly...within a year maybe? I'm glad yours can tolerate baked in. That's a great start!