Meal Planning: Low Carb School Lunch Ideas

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  1. have you done a video on the homemade gelatin? I have an idea of some using a Crystal light type drink mix to flavor it (I get the ones with stevia), but have no clue how to figure it out. T.I.A.

  2. I like Bup bars (like quest bars), for morning tea and sometimes breakfast 🙂 Really need more ideas that I don't need to refrigerate/prepare at work/school and some sweet ideas.

  3. thank you so much for this video!! I don't want my seven-year-old daughter eating bread anymore! It's such the American way and I don't want her to feel like she's deprived yet I want her to live a very healthy strong happy life. These ideas are fantastic! I've already cut out most of her sugar if not 95% and I really really want to get the bread out too. So these ideas for school lunches come at the perfect time! Thank you so much for your help and your willingness to share! Love and joy from Reno

  4. If you can't find crème fraise, you can make your own, by adding 3 Tbsp of butter milk into 2 cups of heavy cream. Mix it and leave it on your counter for 24 hours, cover the top with a coffee filter. I also make my own yogurt from kefir.

  5. Wonderful choices! This helps to give me ideas for things to eat for lunch. The parmesan crisps you can get a big bag of them at Costco. They are called Whisps. I love the seaweed too Grace and you can get that at Costco as well. TFS

  6. Grace has the sweetest personality. If I was in school, I would love to be her friend. Wow, what valuable information to learn from her smart mama. Kristie, you're just a pro. As usual, thanks so much for sharing. I'm using these ideas to pack MY lunch. Many blessings to your family!

  7. Such a helpful video! I love the idea of the little cup containers. We homeschool but I think it would be great to prep little snacks in those cups for the kids to help themselves too or to take on the go. Thanks for sharing!

  8. p.s.– as a diabetic, the Quest Bars spike my blood sugar higher than a regular candy bar. On amazon you can buy NUGO SLIM — chocolate raspberry are better than the others even though I normally do not like chocolate and raspberry. Those are the only ones I can eat as a diabetic, though I try to stay away altogether because they take me out of ketosis. The Nugo slim use REAL chocolate, 2 grams of real sugar (not artificial which also have delayed glucose spiking). Yes, they are boring, but not much different than the Quest bars — I have tried all those too really thinking they were low carb, but they are absolutely not. Quest will not take responsibility for their false advertising of low carb. I do love the Quest Bars taste though — one of the best-tasting out there for sure.

  9. Grace is SO beautiful and smart too boot!! Lock the door mama, the boys'll be lining up at the door in a couple years if they're not already. Thank you for the ideas — lookin' for ideas for my boy who's about Grace's age.

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