Little Guy is basically eating everything with the family with only a few exceptions. He seems to have outgrown his wheat issues! That's a BIG woohoo! from me 🙂
Oatmeal with sliced strawberries, milk
Grapes, raspberry herbal tea (very diluted, their request), purple popcorn
Napa cabage and carrot ribbon salad with sweet and sour dressing, peanuts, sliced apples, sliced colby-jack cheese, milk
Peanut butter on a spoon, bananas, water
Grilled ham (leftover from Saturday), steamed broccoli, baked potato with sour cream, milk
More on Purple Popcorn:
Eric (hubby) found some Amish Country Purple Popcorn when he was out shopping that we absolutely love as a snack for the kids...and ourselves! Not only does this variety of popcorn have softer hulls, and less of them, but it also has some of the benefits known to be found in purple foods- antioxidants. This particular brand is GMO free (YES!). Grace wasn't really into popcorn before, she didn't like the hulls of yellow popcorn. Our kids (minus Little Guy he is too young for popcorn) love to eat it plain- no butter or salt. Making popcorn is fast in the microwave- and you don't have to stain your hands neon orange with hydrogenated oils either!. Simply put ⅓c of kernels into a small lunch sack-sized paper bag and fold over the top once. Pop the bag into the microwave and cook for 2-3min or until the popping has stopped for 10 seconds. We serve it right out of the bag, and they gobble it down! It's fun for them to have their own bags to eat out. If they don't eat it all in one setting, they can have fun writing their names on their bags in crayon. Seal it up tight and keep it in the bag so it doesn't get stale. They can enjoy the next day.