In this episode of Healthy Family Project, we talk to Brenda Thompson about getting ready for back to school and meal prep tips for packing healthy lunchboxes including make-ahead ideas and ways to get the kids involved.
Brenda Thompson is a busy mom and wife, foodie, self-taught meal planner and freelance writer currently residing in Houston, Texas. Through her blog, Meal Planning Magic, she shares tips to make mealtimes healthier but also how to save time and money as well as eat well without sacrificing her pocketbook.
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Want to skip straight to a hot topic? See time stamps below. But of course, we recommend listening all the way through!
- 1:15 – Power Your Lunchbox
- 5:35 – Top tips for meal prepping for lunchboxes
- 9:20 – Make ahead lunchboxes ideas
- 11:57 – Tips for keeping food at the right temperature
- 15:40 – Nut–free zones
- 18:06 – How to get kids involved in the packing process
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- 5 Food Safety Tips for Packing Lunchboxes
- 20 Lunchbox Tips from Parents to Help You Power Your Lunchbox
- Build Your Own Healthy Lunchbox
- Healthy Lunchbox Ideas
- Nut Free Alternative for Kids
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