Making Healthy Lunches With Annie’s Homegrown | #YumForAll


Remember when bento lunches were a thing for kid’s school lunches. Every mom was making panda face made out of bread and whatnot. It’s not about what the design is, but what you’re feeding them. When you can make healthy choices with Annie’s Homegrown and make it with love? Yea, that can’t be beat. We want to find our kiddos the best stuff – well I’m hear to save you the time and hassle with all of that! Your kitchen needs Annie’s Homegrown products!

Let me share with you the best places to find Annie’s products, but it gets tricky. There’s some places have more than others, some are more costly than others. I’ve found out that getting them from Co-Op Marketplace or Whole’s Foods is your best option. Sometimes your local shopping center may have them in the organic section, but I can’t promise it. They have so many tasty healthy options, the ideas are endless for healthy options for kid’s lunches.

Making Healthy Lunches With Annie's Homegrown | #YumForAll

The back story about the company – Annie Withey co-founded Annie’s Homegrown, Inc. with Andrew Martin in 1989. With the goal of giving families healthy and delicious macaroni and cheese and to show by example that a successful business can also be socially responsible. Nearly thirty years after its founding, the values that Annie started with still guide the company every day. Annie’s is a mission-driven business grounded in using natural and organic ingredients to make great-tasting products that consumers love. They source ingredients only from places and people they trust. And Annie’s works hard to act as a positive role model for consumers and other businesses.

Some of my favorite Annie’s Homegrown products would be Annie’s organic shells & white cheddar mac & cheese, berry bunnies cereal, cocoa bunnies cereal, summer strawberry whole milk yogurt tubes, chocolate chip chewy granola bars and cheddar bunnies.

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Homemade Cream of Chicken with Annie’s Homegrown Mac-n-Cheese

We were using some leftover chicken from the previous night and threw in some green beans. We made this homemade cream of chicken. All you need to make your cream of chicken is super simple, it includes:

  • 2½ cups chicken broth
  • 1½ cups milk
  • ¾ cup flour

Seasonings are really up to you – I did a pinch of salt & pepper on mine, some of the family doesn’t like any at all (yea, I know they’re weird). You may need to add more milk, you have to keep your eye on it and whisk it often – to keep it from lumping up.

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Check out these awesome Annie’s products for fun and yummy lunches! There’s tons of recipes as well. Check out their website and head to your local store for tasty organic products now!

What’s your favorite Annie’s Homegrown Product?

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Hey! I'm Natalie and I live in North Carolina. I'm a single mama of four awesome kiddos. These are my thoughts on life, motherhood, fitness and everything in between.

34 thoughts on “Making Healthy Lunches With Annie’s Homegrown | #YumForAll

  1. Wait—Annie’s Cocoa Bunnies!? I have not seen those yet! In our “whole foods cook at home” journey, I also need some quick to make oods. I love Annies or those.

  2. Thanks for the recipe! I love Annie’s products because we’ve been trying to eat as healthy as possible after finding out the hidden ingredients in other foods.

  3. Tropical Treat Organic Bunny Fruit Snacks and the gf pastas we order by the case my son has celiacs disease and we order all their products that are gf they are so good.

  4. It seems that the mac n cheese is pretty popular. It’s one of my daughter’s favorite foods so I’ll have to look for it next time I do the grocery shopping.

  5. I have been buying the granola bars are Target, I can usually find them on sale AND combine it with a carthweel offer to save even more!

  6. We love Annies products and I love knowing that what I am feeding my children is not only great taste that they love but food that is healthy for them.


  7. I love Annie’s yogurt products, but I had no idea they offered such a variety! I’m definitely going to be trying the mac n cheese! 🙂

  8. I think that Annie’s makes great and high quality foods, at the same time they are helping with the reforestation of the earth.

  9. I tried this brand for the first time last month. I must say I was quite impressed. I want to try more of their products.

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