Last but not least, we used the remaining tuna and added some Banza brand pasta shells. This is made from chickpea flour and is high in protein and gluten free. It tasted great, better, in my opinion than some of the gluten free pastas out there. This really boosts the protein content of the lunch as well. I paired this with some cherry tomatoes for a great on the go lunch.
We included Plum brand "squeezie" fruit in the apple berry flavor in all the lunches and of course, you can boost your child's lunch with anything that they love, such as additional fresh fruit and or a nice treat like a granola bar or homemade cookie or brownie. Don't forget the love note from mom. They may think it's silly now, but when they grow up they will always have that sweet memory.
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Today I am tackling the boring school lunch routine with tuna salad three ways! I am happy to share that Thrive Market has sponsored today's video and provided me with all the market ingredients I needed to share these simple and delicious options!
Let's face it, school is starting and sometimes that comfortable school lunch routine can get kind of boring. So let's start out on the right foot and see what we can do to jazz things up a bit. Instead of the bologna or ham and cheese sandwich how about some delicious line caught tuna? Today I am going to share with you how to make this three different way so you can change it up as needed.
I started out with a basic tuna salad, made with delicious organic albacore tuna and organic safflower seed oil mayo. I spread that inside of a raw wrap and rolled it up. I wrapped the wrap in a nifty beeswax wrap that will keep the sandwich fresh and won't leak. The beeswax wrap came in a set of three different sizes and can be washed in cool water and hung to dry. Totally reusable! So cool!
Next up I share tuna and crackers. My girls and I love tuna and crackers for lunch. Paired with some sliced cucumbers and cherry tomatoes, you have an awesome lunch. Throw in some butter or romaine lettuce leaves and you have tuna lettuce wraps. Simple and quick and really satisfying.
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Hi! I'm Noreen, wife, mother of two amazing, almost grown, daughters, content creator, cook, baker and sister in Christ. Welcome to my Kitchen! I hope you stick around, enjoy the recipes and share them with those you love!
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