The Clean Eating Kid: Lunchbox Food Swap

Posted on November 2, 2014 by

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PBJ Food SwapjpegThe average child will eat 1,500 PB&J sandwiches before he/she graduates from high school. If we take a close look at all of the MANY inflammatory ingredients in a traditional PB&J sandwich, there becomes an incredible opportunity to swap out inflammatory foods for non-inflammatory PB&J ingredients, as shown in this month’s food swap.

Streamlining In The Kitchen Tip – make large batches of jelly and keep in the fridge for the week so that you do not need to mash up the frozen fruit each time you make a sandwich. Because Ezekiel bread is heartier, you can even make the PB&J sandwiches ahead of time and keep in the refrigerator – ready to grab on the go.

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Jenny Carr
The Clean Eating Kid
Certified Genesis Transformation Coach
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