Who even knew this was a thing? I found a list of floral jellies that looked lovely and adaptable for CSID and dandelion jelly was on the list. It tastes like honey and lemon and sunshine.
I'm back with more lunchtime inspiration for my CSID friends, but lots of these ideas would also work for any low carb, gluten free, keto or paleo diets. Once again, most of these meals work during the induction diet, and if you need more info about that, see Lunches of fun...on the go part 1. Remember to check all ingredients against your safe food list, sub any sugar for dextrose or fuctose, and have some FUN with your food!
Now for the round up.
Pack lunches are always a challenge. Take away sandwiches and it can seem overwhelming. This post is lengthy, but it's goal ito demystify the process of making pack lunches safe, healthy and fun for CSID kids from toddlerhood through elementary school.
We had a knights and princesses party here for the Personal Assistant and Mr. Baby's birthday. It was super fun. The menu was pretty easy, but I did make a few special treats. Like these yummy parfaits. Mmmmm.
I love cookie dough. It probably should have killed me years ago in college when the cookies never quite got baked. But here I am, still loving cookie dough from afar. Until now.