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    Egg free school lunch, please help!

    Fri Sep 28, 2012 8:18 pm
    Newbie "Fry Cook" Poster
    Hello everybody, I have a three year old who is severely allergic to eggs, she will be starting school and I have no idea what to send her for lunch, please help me! icon_smile.gif
    Fri Sep 28, 2012 8:37 pm
    Forum Host
    What do you give her at home? I am sure that many of those things would be suitable for school.

    Also, this thread on bento lunches might be helpful. Just eliminate the egg dishes, but there is a whole lot more to chose from,

    You may want to check with the school, as many restrict peanut butter or other products because of children's allergies. That causes further issues. Hard I know but very young children particularly have a hard time understanding food allergies.
    Sat Sep 29, 2012 12:39 am
    Forum Host
    My daughter always head out to school with a bottle of chilled water, one or two pieces of fruit, a muesli bar or savoury biscuits and a sandwich.

    My youngest daughter's school is nut free. For sandwiches we like to have cheese, vegemite(though this is an Aussie taste), nut-free 'peanut' butter, cream cheese and finely grated carrot, ham, chicken and avocado (mashed with a little lemon juice) or salad and cheese, canned tuna and mayo.

    My youngest likes to have a bread roll with sliced cucumber and tomato

    Me eldest likes to take a salad box- some sandwich/deli meat or cold chicken, lettuce, tomato, cucumber, cheese, capsicum, grapes, olives.

    Left-over meat/chicken burger pattie makes a good sandwich (I'm assuming that you would make yours egg-free)

    We add in an ice-brick to the lunchpack when we include cheese or meats.
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