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Friday, June 4, 2010

Friday - 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).**

Friday - Lunch

Chicken soup  (another meal from the freezer.  I will either freeze a little after making a big batch or make batch just for freezing. I will omit the noodles for freezing and add when re-heating or omit all together.  Today I used alphabet pasta.   I freeze the soup in a baby food jars -- the one pictured is 6 oz.  I love using these frozen soups when traveling.  First they are frozen to start so they can slowly unthaw in the cooler.  Second they are easy to prepare.  Heat in microwave for a minutes. Third it's packed full of meat and vegetables.  Another variation of this is vegetable soup.  Also see my recipes on how to make your own chicken stock or vegetable stock)


Soy Milk

Banana Bread, not pictured (also not dairy-free, but she tolerated baked goods with milk and egg) 

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