Food Preppin’

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Keep good food in the house and you will eat good food. Taking the time out to do veggie prep every few days or so really helps to stay on track.

My favorite way to store prepped food is by using Snapware.

– The airtight seal keeps the food fresh longer

– Containers stack neatly

– You can label the tops with dry erase markers

– Clear container lets me see right away what I have in the fridge

– BPA free

– Little hands have no trouble opening the lids and helping themselves to a pre-prepped snack (my littlest was opening the little snack containers like a pro at 18 months!)

 

Shop for snapware here:

 

 

For pictures of snacks I’ve packed in the mini Snapware containers- check me out on Instagram.

 

 

*This post contains affiliate links. Should you make a purchase after clicking on the link, NaturallyNourishedKid.com will earn a very small commission. This does not affect any product pricing for you. My recommendation of the Snapware set above is based on my own experience and opinion after using it (I purchased mine from Costco).

 

 

 

 

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  1. Lolo March 25, 2015
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    I recently poetsd a recipe for on my site as well, it uses my own gluten-free flour blend as a base. But in this instance, I also made it corn-flour free, as well, as a friend of mine can’t eat corn flour.

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