Hello Food 52, I have a student in my school that can not have gluten, dairy, fruit, soy, corn, or red foods. Until now, this student has brought their own snack daily. They often have a bowl of rice with olives. After months of conversation, the family has opened up to the child having snack at school.Our snack program offers a variety of produce and healthy snacks as we partner with our local farmers market, but we have been challenged to find snacks that this student can enjoy that we can serve to the whole class and in turn perhaps offer to the whole school. Any recipes or ready made snack ideas are welcome.
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