MOMables School Meal Plans Review

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January signifies the half way mark of the school year.  If you are like me, you are probably getting tired of making the same 10 school lunches in your repertoire and probably looking to add new meals to your kid school lunch menu.  Enter MOMables…

What is MOMables?

MOMables is a subscription website owned by Laura Fuentes that specializes in kid lunch meal plans. Her recipes focuses on creating food kids will love (even picky eaters!) using fresh and nutritious ingredients.

MOMablesThe website offers 2 subscription plans: MOMables Classic and MOMables Grain Free.  The Grain Free plan steers clear of gluten and grains whereas the classic plan does not.  I recommend the classic plan because is the easiest to customize by simply switching out ingredients for the versions you want.  For example, if you want to go gluten-free, just buy gluten-free version of the ingredient; for vegetarian, you simply buy vegetarian versions of an ingredient.  MOMables meal plans are great for kids and adults with food allergies and food intolerances.

How Much MOMables Subscription Cost?

Only $8 a month!!! Subscribers receive the weekly plans delivered to their inbox every Friday and each weekly plan email includes 3 single lunches, 2 family sized meals, kitchen tips, printer friendly menus and an organized shopping list.  They makes it so easy! You just print, shop and cook…

Who is Laura Fuentes?

Aside from creating and testing recipes for MOMables, Laura is the author of “The Best Homemade Lunches in the Planet” and “The Best Homemade Kids’ Snacks in the Planet“.  She is also a featured speaker at several food conferences, food festivals and blogging conferences and a regular contributor to print magazines, TV and radio shows for her insight of how real families can eat fresh, healthy food in today’s super busy family life.

I have been using Laura’s recipes for years now and makes me feel great about my food choices.  If you want to feed your family real food but don’t know where to start, try MOMables.  Let them do the meal planning for you by subscribing to their meal plans.  If you are not ready to join, you can subscribe to their newsletter and get 1 free meal plan along with Laura’s tips on prepping, cooking and storing.

How do you find recipes to include in your menu rotation? Please reply below in the comments section and share this article with anyone looking for recipes for kids with food allergies or food intolerances.

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