Happy Lunch Week! Today I’m sharing with you how to make the “Finger Foods Lunch Box” including a recipe for Mini Whole-Wheat Blueberry Muffins!
The Finger Foods Lunch Box Includes:
2 large celery stalks, chopped into 6 mini celery pieces
2 tablespoons peanut butter
1 single serve box of raisins
1/2 apple, sliced
1/2 orange, sliced
3 mini whole-wheat blueberry muffins, see the recipe below!
I always recommend reading the ingredient list first on any packaged item and avoiding artificial ingredients such as hydrogenated oils and artificial sweeteners. Also, choose Organic produce and ingredients when possible!
Watch today’s Healthy Grocery Girl Show episode for more details about the Finger Foods Lunch Box theme and see how I make these delicious mini blueberry muffins, step-by-step!
Today we kick off Lunch Week! This means all week long I’ll be sharing with you healthy lunch box ideas! Today’s blog post includes a “Sneak Peek Recipes of the Week” video. I hope you’ve been enjoying our Healthy Grocery Girl4 Week Fall Recipe Series so far!
Here’s What’s Coming Up!
Monday: Sneak Peek Recipes of the Week Video!
Tuesday: The Finger Foods Lunch Box Theme Recipe and Video
Wednesday: The Fiesta Lunch Box Theme Recipe and Video
Thursday: The Classic Lunch Box Theme Recipe and Video
Friday: The Savory Lunch Box Theme Recipe and Video
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This Recipe is:
Gluten-Free *If using gluten-free oats
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