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Back-to-School with Udi’s Gluten-Free

School days, school days, dear old golden rule days… ‘Tis the season.  Kids everywhere are either ecstatic or dreading the start of a new school year.  Kids have enough on their plates these days, that lunch should be the least of their concerns.  Thanks to Udi’s Gluten Free and Glutino, those lunches will be tastier than ever!  I have been tasked with creating a week’s worth of lunches and snacks with specific Udi’s Gluten Free and Glutino products. 

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In addition to the above products, I also received the cutest Udi’s insulated lunch tote!  Great for helping to keep the lunch you pack for yourself or child cold.  I had a lot of fun creating fun lunches with the products I received. 

Monday – Turkey & cheddar sandwich on Millet-Chia bread, pretzels, sliced zucchini

Tuesday – PB & J on White Sandwich bread, pretzels, grapes and chocolate chip cookies

Wednesday – Tuna salad sandwich on Millet-Chia bread and spinach salad, yogurt topped with granola for snack

Thursday – Grilled cheese (Have you ever cooked this in advance and sent along to school? I learned this trick from a friend!)

Friday – Pepperoni and cheddar sandwich, pretzels, apple and snickerdoodles

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Turkey & cheddar on Millet-Chia bread

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PB & J on White Sandwich bread

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Chocolate Chip Cookies so soft that you would never know they weren’t homemade!

Each and every product listed above travels well and holds up to the hands and miscellaneous torture of a child.  We all know that lunch boxes get sat or stepped on.  The bread does not crumble.  It does what bread should do – acts as a vehicle to the sandwich fillings. 

To find the products I used for the above lunches, visit Udi’s Gluten Free and Glutino sites.  I have seen both brands (and all of the above products) available in most mainstream grocery stores. 

*The products mentioned in this blog post were sent to me free of charge for the purpose of creating lunches to share with my readers.  The thoughts and opinions shared here are mine and have not been influenced by anyone or anything.

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