These Egg-Free Snacks for Kids can easily be enjoyed by both kids with egg allergies and without! If you’ve followed me for any length of time, you know that we are certainly not an egg-free household. In fact, we go through about 3 dozen eggs a week I would say. Pretty much all of the baked goods I make use eggs. My kids and I both eat eggs for at least one meal every day. You get the idea. However, I know there are a growing number of households out there who are dealing with egg allergies.
Broccoli Slaw Salad in a JarJanuary 8, 2018 by Lindsay Leave a Comment This Broccoli Slaw Salad in a Jar is the perfect packable lunch! Transform leftover chicken into an easy, healthy lunch option that can be prepped ahead of time for a busy week! Thanks to Mann’s for sponsoring this post. Hi friends! Welcome to 2018! I thought I would pop in to help you get the new year off on the right foot by introducing you to this delicious Broccoli Slaw Salad in a Jar.
This Sweet Potato Chicken Chili can be made in the Instant Pot or slow cooker for an easy, healthy dinner. And the leftovers make the perfect packable lunch. Happy New Year! It feels like I kinda dropped off the face of the earth over the past couple of weeks but it’s been so nice to take a little break, disconnect from social media, spend some time with family, etc. I hope you all had a wonderful end to the year! And now we’re back and ready to kick off 2018 with a bang!
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