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Sunday, May 30, 2010

Sunday -Lunch

**This is a week-long series that will detail the food that I feed my almost 3-year-old who has multiple food allergies, including dairy, egg, tree nuts, and peanuts.  Each day I will detail the food she eats for her meal.  I will update snacks with the dinner menu.  Included you will see how I menu plan and prepare meals for the allergic child. I will be starting Sunday (although I will be skipping Monday).**

Sunday Lunch

Alphabet Spaghetti (1/3 cup Eden Organic Alphabet pasta, 4 oz Hunts tomato sauce, Vegan Grated Topping sprinkled on top).  Sometimes I make extra and refrigerate for future meal.  I also buy 8 oz Tomato sauce cans and freeze the other half in a baby food jar.  I find Hunts Tomato Sauce on sale for 33 cent to as low as 25 cents at Walgreens.   

Frozen Peas.  I put about 1/4 cup in small serving bowl (keep the rest frozen in freezer bag) with a couple tablespoon of water.  I heat in microwave for 1 minute.  If she doesn't eat all then I save for a future meal.

Fresh Raspberries

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