Now, I'm going to tell y'all straight up that your best option is packing your own lunch. The best way to avoid any cross-contamination is by fixing your food in a safe kitchen, which I'm assuming you have at home. I'm just gonna give y'all some general ideas on what to pack, as well as some suggestions/tips I've stumbled upon along the way. ;)
- Get cool lunch containers. I love these from Sistema, and these from OXO
- Pack everything the night before. This way you aren't rushing around in the morning going, "Where in the world are my veggie chips!?!?!?"
- Find things that hold up well. :) Make quesadillas with corn tortillas and some chicken or ground beef, bell peppers, hummus, and cucumbers. All have held up well for me in a chilled lunch box.
- Make simple foods or take leftovers. The goal is not to create more stress, but less.
So, let's talk about some ideas! ;)
- A Quesadilla (2 Corn tortillas, with avocado, turkey, and cheddar cheese)
- A chunk of watermelon
- A few grapes
- Red, Yellow, and Orange Bell Peppers chopped into strips.
- Cucumber Disks
- Sea Salt Veggie Chips and Roasted Red Pepper Hummus in the cute midget Tupperware container.
If you wanted to switch it up, you could always pack a salad. I'm not talking iceberg and a shredded carrot here. Nope. That's not how I do salad. So, I've got an idea for y'all below. By the way, it's on a plate, but could easily be put into a container. Just keep in mind that the dressing would keep better during the school day on the side.
So what's the point? The point is putting together Gluten Free lunches isn't terribly hard. It just takes some planning.
Now, as for that little announcement, there is a giveaway coming up soon. That's all I can tell you right now, but I'm pretty sure y'all are gonna LOVE it. So, keep your eyes peeled for that soon.
Have a fantastic day y'all!