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Today I’m going to share a round-up of great resources for back to school, gluten-free style! My boys just started back this week, so I’ve been scouring the web for great ideas for their snacks and lunches. I thought I’d share with you the various fun ideas I found around the web.
Gluten-free Lunch & Snack Ideas:
I both love using EasyLunchboxes 3-compartment Bento Lunch Box Containers They make packing healthy lunches or snacks for errand days so easy. I’ve been using these for several years and they’ve held up great. They are all I use for packing lunches or snacks now!
A snack bin of ready to grab snacks helps our household run smoother. I shared our frugal gluten-free, dairy-free snack bin earlier this week.
The blog, The Chaos and the Clutter has a great printable list of 100 gluten-free snack ideas!
I have more gluten-free snack ideas on my Gluten-free Snacks Pinterest board.
I just pre-ordered this soon to be released book today! It looks great! You can pre-order yours on Amazon too: 201 Gluten-Free Recipes for Kids: Chicken Nuggets! Pizza! Birthday Cake! All Your Kids’ Favorites – All Gluten-Free!
My friend Jeanine at Faithfully Gluten Free just posted a free printable lunch planner! How handy is that?!
I bought this kindle ebook Gluten-Free Simple Bites: Snacks, Appetizers and Simple Meals without Gluten and it does have some healthy snack recipes that look good!
Making Lunches Fun:
I add a joke to each of my boy’s lunchbox every day. They just love them. I have a lot of resources for lunch box jokes & notes on my Pinterest board “School Lunches”. My favorites are always from Kristen Duke Photography and I was so happy to find that she released a new set for this school year! Go print yours (just click on the pic)!
My kids would have loved these hidden pictures notes in their boxes when they were a little younger. They are so fun!
Including fun food picks in lunches makes lunchtime fun! This assortment of 30 food picks is a great starter set!
If you have found some other great gluten-free lunch or snack resources, leave a comment and let me know!