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Welcome to Fall Apple Walnut Muffins

My family just loves this recipe by Lisa Leake at 100 Days of Real Food. It screams yummy, wholesome, crisp fall day.  Bake a batch and freeze some for school lunch snacks.  Add some Lunchbox Love for Kids and you’re all set! SERVES: 12 MUFFINS INGREDIENTS 1½ cups whole-wheat flour 2 teaspoons cinnamon 1 teaspoon baking […]

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Never Give Up–Empowering our Children

If you are a parent, then you have felt no greater joy or pain associated with raising a child like anything else in the world. You feel every single emotion and you experience the highest of highs and the lowest of lows. When they cry, your heart aches. When they hurt, you feel even more […]

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Our Favorite School Lunch Supplies

Between all of us here at Say Please we pack at least 50 lunches, snacks and after school on-the-run meals each week. So we decided to take a poll and here are our favorites. If you’ve got a favorite you want to share, please let us know here. Lunchbox Love for Kids, Riddles and Never […]

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5 Back-to-School Traditions

Whether you’re kids have been in school for a couple of weeks already or aren’t starting classes until after Labor Day, now is a perfect time to start a back-to-school traditions. We’ve got five great ideas–and multiple resources for each–that will help you capture the excitement of the beginning of the school year. Have a […]

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Sunday Suppers with Lunchbox Love–Chicken Tetrazzini

Chicken Tetrazinni is one of the best one-pot meals you can make. Pasta and chicken are mixed together with some vegetables in a simple white sauce and there is not one person in your family that won’t love it. This version, from $5 Dinners, is super simple, inexpensive and includes tips to make it dairy-free. I’ve […]

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Keeping Lunches Allergy Free and Fun

The following post is shared by Lunchbox Love® Mom Panelist Keeley McGuire. I’ve been packing my daughter a school lunch since she was two years old. Yes, two. At the time, she was attending school full-time already for an educational ASD diagnosis, as well as being in speech and occupational therapy. She had very little […]

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