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#1 of 5 Old 02-02-2014, 01:53 AM - Thread Starter
 
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Hi, 

since I am on bed rest now ... I cannot prepare anything anymore... what a shame. 

 

Now I need tips on healthy snacks to buy or with minimal preparation. They love apples with peanut butter. 

 

I don't allow whole nuts yet, since DD2 is just two years old (I am panicky like this)...

 

Thanks!


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Hummus and carrots
Boiled eggs
Oatmeal bars
Yogurt
Bean burritos
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Do you have a family history of nut allergies?  If not, then Lara Bars are a great snack.  Also hard boiled eggs (or egg salad), Bubbies (or any other naturally-fermented) pickles, Seasnax nori sheets, cheese, appesauce, celery w/ PB or cream cheese, beef or salmon jerky, smoothies (and then smoothie popcicles), fruit leather.  Does your natural food store have a good deli?  When I was pregnant and didn't have energy to cook, we bought a lot of good deli food and just had it in the fridge for whenever!


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Oh, and yogurt!


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Lately my son has been eating tons of raw coconut. The big flaky pieces. They come in a zip loc bag, that's a plus.

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