I have Four kids ages 8-3. (3 of my kids are gluten free but the whole family eats gluten free.)
You didn't mention age or if this was for school lunches but here are food that if the plants stars and grass align right they will all eat.
*Pasta(Tinkyada brown rice) with gluten free sauce - I use Classico.
*Pasta and cheese made with Velveeta.
*Cinnamon/sugar toast made with flavored breads (I have pecan bread in the freezer today.)
*They always like wraps using corn tortillas with deli meat and cheese - warm wrap with cheese and and meat on a griddle for a minute or two - kids ask for them all the time - I even do corned beef, swiss and kraut.
*We do beans and cheese with the corn tortillas.
*They like hot rice cereal (like cream of wheat) with some sweetener and lots of fruit - I use a can, frozen or chop fresh apples sometimes I add Cinnamon or vanilla extract.
* The kids like the Ian French toast sticks, Vans waffles, Breakfast bowls (eggs sausage mix - can't remember the brand), and Deli-Mex cheese or chicken taquitos.
*Peanut butter with apples or celery and raisins.
*fried rice - but it take some effort.
* I make chicken nuggets from chicken cut to 1 inch pieces dipped in butter and worchestershire sauce then coated with crushed chips or cereal of choice.
*for in the car I keep Envirokids cereal bars, Glutino cereal bars, SpiceIsland fruit leather and fruit gummies snacks.
*Kids like nuts and popcorn
*If your kids are older Amy's has a black bean enchilada that is good.
*Bob's Red Mill chocolate cake is the best, Pamela's pancake mix is what we use when we don't cook from scratch.
Note my kids only like the cake in from the Ians chicken nugget dinner.
I hope this helps.
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