* Brown rice
* Chicken (fresh or frozen)
* Frozen veggies (broccoli, edamame, peas, or stir fry mix)
* Organic Tofu
* Dried or canned Beans
* Parmesan cheese (I don’t know many kids that don’t love a little cheese sprinkled on their pasta, veggie or really anything savory!)
* Eggs (inexpensive and perfect for breakfast, lunch or dinner)
* Oats (whether in a bowl or oatmeal or turned into a variety of weelicious desserts)
* Yogurt (high in protein and perfect for everything from a smoothie, to a parfait, with some lemon and herbs to make a dip or even on it’s own)
Catherine, I got a 6 month old baby, and your website is simply amazing for feeding him!!!
Thanks a lot from Uruguay, South America!
I honestly can’t remember, it’s been so long! Probably Bed Bath and Beyond or Target!
I love the jars you used for your pantry! Where did you get them? 🙂
I just found your website and I like it a lot! I was reading earlier that you get a lot of mail from parents who struggle to get their children to eat fruit and veggies. You may have hear of this before, but if not, there’s a whole food supplement called Juice Plus that is dried fruit and veggie powders in a capsule or gummie (so even the kids will eat them!) If you go to http://www.ChildrensHealthStudy.com you can see that children and adults who eat JP+ daily start to eat more fruits and veggies, are sick less often, etc. It’s made such a huge difference in my family’s life that I wanted to share it with you so that you may be inspired to share with others. It’s such a simple solution, and with the Children’s Health Study, JP+ is free for children with their parents order for up to 4 years! There’s also real published research to show that it’s doing a lot of good in our bodies. If you haven’t heard of Juice Plus before, I promise it will not be a waste of your time to watch a quick video about how it’s grown and made, and about the research. If you have heard of it before but aren’t sharing it with others, I encourage you to take another look. Parents need all the help they can get when it comes to feeding their kids something healthy and we need more people like you to tell parents there is hope! Thank you!
Thank you so much for the website, I’ve followed you on Youtube for a while now, but the website is fantastic!
Amazon 🙂 http://astore.amazon.com/weelicious-20/detail/B004NG9GSO
I have the same question like JF. 🙂 Thanks a lot!
If the specific shoocls do not have a Web site, try finding this info on the school district’s Web site. Perhaps their sites will be school-specific. Good luck.References :
I got them from Amazon! http://astore.amazon.com/weelicious-20/detail/B004NG9GSO
the new website looks beautiful!! congratulations!! would you mind sharing where you got these awesome storage jars – they look like they are glass … thank you