Look Around Lubbock: back to school preparation at Market Street

Look Around Lubbock: back to school preparation at Market Street

The College Comeback event at the Market Street on 19th Street is August 24 and 25 from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. There will be hatch green chili roasting, a dunking booth to raise money for United Way, a job fair table, and many snacks to sample. 

Back to school breakfast, lunch, snack and dinner ideas:

Ready Chef Go, snack packs with veggies and fruit, frozen "better for you" chicken nuggets and cauliflower veggie tots, fresh cut fruit, tuna packets, fruit roll ups, wheat crackers, graze snack packs, light and lean lasagna, gluten free burrito, and greek yogurt bars.

For meal prep ideas to get ready for the first day of school: http://www.happyandnourished.com/loveyourlunch-marketstreet/.

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