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with marinara

sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.

with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.

with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.

with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.

with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.

with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.

with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.

with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.

with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.

with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.

with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.

with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.

with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.

with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.

with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.

with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.

with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.

with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.

with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.

with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.

with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.

with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.

with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.

with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.

with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.

with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.

with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.

with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.

with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.

with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.

with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.

with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.

with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.

with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.

with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.

with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.

with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.

with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.

with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.

with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.

with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.

with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.

with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.

with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.

with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.

with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.

with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.

with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.

with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.

with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.

with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.

with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.

with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.

with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.

with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.

with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.

with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.

with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.

with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.

with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.
with marinara
sauce
• Mashed
potatoes with
mushroom
gravy, butter
or Earth
Balance
Sandwiches:
• Sliced
avocado with
lettuce on
whole wheat
 Cucumber
with lettuce
and tomato
on whole
grain
• Tomato with
lettuce and
mayonnaise
on spelt
bread
• Organic
peanut butter
on whole
grain bread
• Hummus in
a whole
wheat pita
• Caesar
salad in a
whole grain
pita
Other
suggestions:
• Tuna salad
or egg salad
with veggie
dippers
(sliced
cucumbers,
celery sticks,
pepper strips,
etc.) instead
of bread
• Veggie
dippers and
organic
peanut butter
or almond
butter
• Bean burrito
on a tortilla
with lettuce,
olives,
tomatoes and
salsa
• Tossed
salad with
whole grain
or brown rice
crackers
Your children
might cry foul
at first,
especially if
they’re used
to the highly
processed,
chemicalized,
poorly
combined
foods at
school. But
keep them on
course. You
are the boss.
Be the
parent, not
the buddy
that gives in
to whining.
Their health is
at stake.
Eventually
they’ll come
to love what
they’re eating
and how
great it
makes them
feel.