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Matriarchy: On the MLK day of service on the 17th, some friends and I, with our teen kids, are volunteering at an urban farm project. They will be hosting a bunch of kids to help plant seeds in a greenhouse, to later be planted in the farm fields. We are asked to bring food for lunch - healthy food that can be eaten standing up. No peanut products. These will be a pack of bouncy younger children. We were thinking cheese sandwiches, fruit chunks, muffins. Anyone have more suggestions?
6 years ago
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Dawn Knowlton: How about wraps? Whole wheat tortillas with pimento cheese or turkey and cheese with a little schmear of low-fat cream cheese. You can also make fruit kebabs to make it all utensil free. :)
6 years ago
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Margaret : Matriarchy - what a great way to spend the day!! :) And that's areat idea, Dawn! You could also add bean sprouts to the wraps too. Love bean sprouts and cream cheese!
6 years ago
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Matriarchy: I have a Groupon that will get me a dozen large fresh bagel-shop bagels for $4. Cut into quarters, that's 48 pieces. I can offer cream cheese, peanut butter, and home-made hummus with them. I don't have to provide the whole menu. But I am going to try the turkey wrap idea on a smaller population of middle-school kids, as a snack at another event. I fell out of my sprout habit when we didn't eat them fast enough. But that's another good idea for an upcoming weekend event.
6 years ago