Gæsteblogger Anette Frisk

Guest blogger Anette Frisk

Aug 06, 2020Yummii Yummii

With me, it always hurts a little when everyday life hits after a long and wonderful summer holiday with the family. The last day of the holiday is always a bit sad to get through, but year after year I am surprised by how wonderful it is when everyday life starts.

But there is pressure in everyday life with full-time jobs and leisure interests for both children and adults - so that everything goes as smoothly as possible, and that I also get to prioritize myself in everyday life, I often spend some time on Sundays cleaning, cutting and roasting meat , fruit and vegetables – pack it in buckets so they can stay in the fridge and are easily available for the week ahead. It is a way in which we have just as easy and quick access to the healthy and good fuel as to the not so good.

food prep on Sundays

Like most other parents, I'm also not a fan of the hamster wheel with the obligatory packed lunches, but on the contrary I really often sit at work and look forward to my good and well-prepared packed lunch - it always turns out to be a good investment for me that spent some time on it. If I eat in the canteen at work, I often choose a lukewarm dish and eat too much, so I get way too tired after lunch.

It works well for me to have a packed lunch like the one below with:

Salad but quinoa, peas, tomatoes and feta - plus eggs. The fruit is often eaten in the morning when hunger strikes. I eat the cloud with blueberries, walnuts and a little dark chocolate in the afternoon when (delicious) hunger strikes.

Another lunch could be salad with scallions, carrots, peppers, blueberries and salmon. Later rice crackers as a snack.

my son's lunch

When I went to school I often threw out my warm rye bread snacks and didn't get much food during a school day - my son is an active boy and has a big appetite, so I often have him for advice on what he would like us to include in the packed lunch. A couple of times a week we make his packed lunch together so I know what he prefers - the buckets from Yummii Yummii are great because the material keeps the cold food colder for longer - perfect if the kids are going on trips or don't have access to the packed lunch refrigerator.

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