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Quick and Healthy School Lunches (Moms Can!) [Kindle Edition]

Martha Steel
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Book Description

Moms need Quick and Healthy School Lunch recipes!

Kids need to eat a good, healthy lunch to give them the energy to make it through the second half of a busy school day. Although it might be the easier alternative for busy Moms, many of them worry that the choices on the school lunch menu are either too limited or just not quite healthy enough to give their kids the great midday nutrition they need.

In this ebook you'll find 25 quick and easy recipes that can help even the busiest Mom pack a lunch for their kids to take to school that is as nutritious as it is delicious, meaning they have one less thing to worry about as they make their way through their busy day too!


Product Details

  • File Size: 183 KB
  • Print Length: 42 pages
  • Publisher: LJM Publishing (September 10, 2012)
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00992JPWE
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #752,930 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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5.0 out of 5 stars Alternatives to a Soggy Sandwich October 11, 2012
Format:Kindle Edition
I found this book a big help. The quality of the school lunches served at my child's school has, she says, gone down, while the price has gone up! Therefore she wanted to take her lunch to school. I have now tried a number of the recipes here but one - for mini corn dogs - was a really big hit. So big in fact that the second day she took them in she had me make her three times the amount because her lunch table friends wanted some too.
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3.0 out of 5 stars I had expected something more creative December 30, 2012
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Some of the sandwiches featured on this book are the same old ones I had as a little kids. I expected better ideas and recipes.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Eating Healthy is Possible! September 25, 2012
Format:Kindle Edition
Many parents find it hard to fit into their schedules time to make kids their lunches for school, let alone make it a healthy lunch. If you find yourself fitting into that category you have found the answer! Many of these lunches can be mostly prepared at night and completed with a few steps in the morning. My personal favorite to make is the Chicken and Fruit Salad Sandwich. I can prepare everything at night and in the morning follow the steps of putting it all together. It gets better though! Not only are there awesome school lunch ideas, but there are snacks and desserts! These are all sure to be a hit with your kids, keep Quick & Healthy School Lunches handy in your kitchen and you'll never have to worry about what your kids are eating again!
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After a lifetime of cooking for a family of six and now eight grandchildren as well, experience is my middle name. But as the children have grown, my cooking interests have morphed into a passion for cookbooks and recipes and the adventure of creating my own versions.

Like most young wives, finances were very tight when the children were young so I learned to spread the budget with often more originality than expensive ingredients. But over time our menus improved with age - mine and the kids'!

One of our favorites, particularly at Christmas, has been Red Velvet Cake, a recipe passed down from several generations. You know when the instructions say, "... and beat a long time" that it's an old recipe. As the children grew and called home from college for certain recipes, this was one they rarely attempted for fear it wouldn't be as good as Mom's.

On my 60th birthday, the kids came in from around the country to celebrate with me. Rachel, our youngest, was in charge and said they all wanted a Red Velvet Cake, but wanted me to make it even though it was my birthday. So I did.

When the time came to eat the cake, Shelly had cut a piece from the center saying it's always the best piece! While they sang "Happy Birthday," Rachel tried to put the piece of cake back in the center, but mostly just ended up with frosting on her fingers (which she happily licked away).

As a Christmas tradition I always made the cake in three red layers, topped with fluffy white frosting we called "Whipped Cream Frosting," although there was no cream in it. I made a green tree to go on top using a leaf decorating tip and green frosting. Then the entire cake and tree were dusted with powdered sugar sifted gently on top to resemble fallen snow.

In my mind is a picture of David one Christmas standing in the pantry over the trash can licking the frosting off the imitation tree before throwing it away.

So many memories of great family times are tied up in our cooking together and eating together, that I decided to share my love of recipes with others.

I hold a soft spot in my heart and unending admiration for mothers who have the greatest job in the world in training up their children. So, many of the recipe books I write are done to help those mothers save time - and their sanity - as they provide healthy and happy meals for their families.

To that end, may you all enjoy the fun of cooking and memory making in your kitchen.


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