Welcome to our blog series, Milk-Free Kid Lunches!
We created these posts based on reader questions about what to make for allergy-friendly lunch.
And we understand…the lunch rut is real!
But we can help.
Most of our lunches are made at home,
hence the fun lunch trays.
But many of these lunches can be packed for school, too!
These are foods that my boys just don’t tire of,
despite my youngest being uber-picky.
Below are some helpful tips and what’s on today’s dairy-free lunch tray.
Hope you’re inspired!
HOW TO MAKE PBJ SUSHI ROLLS
Let the kids flatten two pieces of bread with their hands or a rolling pin.
Cut the crust off.
Put peanut butter on one piece of bread and jelly on the other piece.
Put the two pieces on top of each other with the peanut butter and jelly both facing up.
Roll tightly into a log.
Use a bread knife to cut 1/2 inch rolls (affiliate).
OUR LUNCH TRAY
PLEASE ALSO NOTE: Here at Milk Allergy Mom, we simply share products that work for our family. Please consult your own doctor before trying food, supplements, or other products. Also read all labels and call companies for the latest, most accurate product information.
peanut butter jelly sushi rolls
grape tomatoes (cut for toddlers)
chocolate chip cookie