See, Global Baby has a Family Medical History that includes nut allergies, including peanuts.
Because he has now reached the stage where he tries to grab everything out of our hands while we are eating, we want to reduce the risk of his exposure to nuts and nut-based products. The theory is that perhaps if we remove nuts from his environment until he is at least 2 years old, he may grow past the danger stage and never develop the allergy.
My biggest question? What am I going to have for lunch from now on? Peanut butter and jelly was almost perfect, except for the whole allergy situation.
I need something that I can make ahead and leave on the counter until I am ready to eat.
Something that I can eat with one hand while Global Baby naps in my arms. (Yes, I either hold Global Baby for all his naps or take him on long stroller walks. It's the only way he will sleep during the day. Moving on...)
And hopefully something that is very healthy and low calorie.
Any thoughts? Very open to suggestions here...