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This Super Duper Recipe Will Help Your Kids Get Rid Of The Back To School Blues
Do you ever get that desperate feeling of not knowing what to put in your kid’s lunch box? I mean, the classic PB & jelly sandwich does get a bit old, at least if you’re trying to serve it every single day of the week. My kids like it but still, the look on their faces when they’re getting the same exact lunch for the 4th time this week… I had to come up with new ideas!
Over the past few days I’ve been searching the internet for fun lunch ideas. I’ve collected quite a bunch of recipes that I intend to add to my “lunch box rotation”, but when I came across this one from GaylaJ over at Food.com, I had to make it right away.
This is such an easy-to-make recipe! And I still can’t believe how pretty these cereal bars turned out – trust me, I am not even close to a professional when it comes to cooking, but you can’t go wrong with these. My kids were thrilled when I had them try these.
Recipe and image courtesy of GaylaJ over at Food.com
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Quick Tip: Instead of M&M’s you could add raisins or dried cranberries.