You do realize a small bag of chips costs way more than a big bag of carrots, right? And in America, with (too much) information, it’s not like we don’t know what’s good for us and bad for us. Yet we continue to buy junk food — and worse, give it to our kids.
This year, send your kids back to school with proper nutrition to fuel their brains and bodies.
Here are some easy and cheap ways to pack healthy school lunches for your kids.
One website, an advocate for “clean eating,” makes it easy for parents to make a dietary change. The Gracious Pantry offers clean-eating tips, shopping lists and tons of easy (seriously easy!) and inexpensive recipes. The Gracious Pantry even has a special section for kids snacks and food.
On a budget?
The Gracious Pantry offers some recommendations for how to eat clean on the cheap. Among the suggestions:
Healthy recipe ideas that your kids will actually eat:
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