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LCHF Family 009: School Lunches Released: August 10, 2017 In this episode, we share a bunch of options for healthy, nutritious, real-food, LCHF lunches for your kiddos (or yourself)! First off, Amazon has a bunch of options for bento-style lunch boxes. These will help a great deal in reducing waste as you pack your child's lunch. This one comes in three colors, is leak proof, and the company offers coordinating ice packs. This option would be best for elementary-age appetites. This option is also leak proof but holds up to a liter of food, so would be better for teens and adults. Also, check out these adorable cookie cutters! Or these animal-shaped ones! Perfect for sprucing up an elementary child's cheese and deli meat. Make the food fun! Abby has some of these and loves to use them from time to time when she makes lunch. If you're thinking of making some LCHF-friendly crackers, here are recipes for 100% cheese crackers (you don't have to add the spices!) and almond flour crackers. There's also a recipe in Eat Happy. Great options for all your crackery needs! If you want to try a tamagoyaki-style omelet, here's a link to a pan, and here are one, two, three recipes. As you can see in the 2nd recipe, you don't NEED the special pan. It's just there if you want to be "official" about it. Remember to use butter, coconut, or olive oil in your preparation, and leave out the sugar in these recipes! That video I mentioned about keeping an avocado green is available here. From personal experience since recording this episode, I can vouch for the "leave the pit in the avocado" method. It seems to keep it green for 2-3 days. Fathead rolls, 90-second almond bread (scroll to the very bottom), cloud bread, and keto loaf are all options for those days when they are really hankering for a sandwich. Gnocchi made from cheese and egg--great for an LCHF-style pasta salad. I'm not linking you to any fat bombs that require artificial sweetener or honey or agave or dates or, or, or. If they do mention a sweetener, it's listed as optional. Walk away from the fake stuff. It's no good for you or your kids. Even stevia. I dug through TONS of recipes that included that chemically, fake junk so you don't have to. Ok, off my soapbox... Here's an orange walnut fat bomb, cinnamon bun fat bomb, coconut fat bomb, ginger fat bomb (This one doesn't say the sweetener is optional, but it's such a small amount, you should be safe leaving it out. Try it and let me know if it doesn't work!), lemon fat bomb, almond pistachio fat bombs, and healthy Valentine hearts. Remember: I picked these because the sweetener is optional. Don't even add it! Fat bombs sometimes soften up at room temperature, so if you send these in a school lunch, make sure they are packed right up against the ice pack! AND, just for fun: Many thanks to Lee Rosevere at Free Music Archive for the music we use in the podcast! Be sure to subscribe to the podcast through iTunes or your podcatcher of choice so new episodes arrive automatically. For more support, like and follow the community on Facebook, and check out our website! Assume any links in the show notes that go to business sites are affiliate links. Purchasing things you find at those links helps us pay for hosting fees and equipment for the podcast. You can see a list of our partners on the Support the Show page.