Drinks for the kids during the day is water with a splash of apple juice. Occasionally I buy a half gallon of chocolate milk to have with dinner or as a treat.Snacks we do crackers and peanut butter, apples, grapes, goldfish/bunny crackers, string cheese, and kids cliff bars.Staples on my grocery list are: organic milk, butter, eggs, sliced cheese, sliced turkey, bread, cereal, oatmeal, apple juice, snack items listed above, waffles, chicken nuggets, mac n cheese, and canned soup. And then I add in ingredients for dinner from the meal plan and any condiments we are getting low on.
Mostly chicken or turkey, bread, cereal, milk, eggs, yogurt. I've been getting the kids some fruit snacks and such for snacks, but a lot of times they eat fruit. They love fruit. They usually drink water, juice, or gatorade.
Shopping List: The basics--milk, meat, cheese, fruits and vegetables.
Snacks: apple with peanut butter, cheese slices, blueberries, raspberries, bananas, grapes, water, milk, apple juice, leftovers from dinner the night before, Clif bars, applesauce.
We eat a lot of fruit, especially in season and what I am able to can for off season. We also have crackers, cheese, veggies.
We drink either water, milk or iced tea that we make. I try to limit the amount of sugar added but it really depends on who makes it, lol.
My grocery list varies from week to week depending up what meals I have planned and what I already have.
Drink (water, gatorade, ice tea, fruit punch)
Snacks (goldfish, cakes, cookies, pies)
meat (chicken, roast or pork)
Fruit (bananas or strawberries)
Veggies (corn, lima beans or string beans)
Snacks: string cheese, yogurt, fresh fruit, nuts, popcorn
Drinks: water, lemonade
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