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Having a large family keeps us very busy. Although the school season gives us an organized schedule to stick to, it can get hectic at times. My kids hate eating school cafeteria lunch, so each morning I pack their school lunch from home. We love finding new recipes to change it up beyond plain sandwiches and ways to make my job a little easier is always a winner.
Below are four companies that helped us over the past couple of weeks add new flavors to school lunches and have a smoother back to school routine.
I cannot rave about Shipt enough. This grocery delivery service is every mom’s dream. They offer groceries from the choice of your favorite local grocery store, delivered right to your front door. I was able to order my groceries online through their easy browsing site. You can view groceries within each category such as produce, meat, pasta, and more or view products that were on sale. You can even order household items such as toilet paper. Win!
When you place your order you select a one-hour delivery window time for the same day. I had my groceries delivered between 8-9pm, which worked perfectly for our schedule.
The best part of this service is the communication from the shopper. My local grocery store was sold out of a few items that I needed on my list. My personal shopper texted me from the store and was able to substitute the items I needed based on my approval. She was very friendly and had no problem finding another item or answering any questions I had. I was able to continue working in the office without going to the grocery store myself, while still getting the items I needed for school lunches the next day.
This organic and gluten-free quinoa blend from Lundberg Family Farms was delicious. We loved the Rosemary & Olive Oil flavor and it worked perfectly for the teen’s school lunch and left enough for me to make my own lunch to eat while working from home.
The Lundberg’s Organic Quinoa, Rice & Seasoning Mix took me only minutes to prepare. You boiled the ingredients in water, add a dash of olive oil and let it simmer – untouched. I was able to gather the other lunchbox ingredients and supplies while the quinoa blend cooked.
I added some sliced sausage to provide some protein but the quinoa blend is vegan alone.
Find more Lundberg products your family will love.
My teenagers require plenty of snacks to keep their focus throughout the day. There are not a lot of gluten-free bars and snacks that I love. Therefore, I wanted to keep all the MadeGood products for myself. These individually wrapped snacks are perfect for tossing in the lunch bag for my daughter to have an extra boost between classes.
Besides the pretty colorful packaging, these goodies are organic and school safe. Most elementary schools require snacks that are allergy friendly for all kids, due to the risk of cross-contamination. These are perfect for that. Even if your child does not have a food allergy, they are peanut free.
Eat Pre is another amazing delivery service that truly helps busy families serve delicious meals without the hassle of shopping. I received a package of fresh steaks and ground beef to my front door and we couldn’t wait to dig in.
You can buy grass-fed beef online with ease and receive the online meat delivery to your home to prepare school lunches and dinner. We used the ground beef for spaghetti and tacos while cooking the Chuck Roast in the pressure cooker for a busy weeknight dinner.
Use code BTS40 at www.eatpre.com for 40% off 85 and 80 lean ground beef. Code expires 9/21
How do you save time on cooking and preparing school lunches?
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