Back to School Recipes Without Peanuts

There’s nothing like new academic plannerssharpened pencils and empty notebooks to get us in the mood for back to school season. Besides all the things pumpkin spiceWell, fall comes with some seriously delicious recipes, but all too often, kids (and adults) who have peanut allergies don’t get to try it. Read on for some peanut-free back-to-school recipes that kids of all ages, from pre-K through high school and their own office lunch, won’t be able to get enough of.

Back to school breakfasts

Apple Cinnamon Baked Oatmeal Muffins Back to School Recipes

Apple Cinnamon Baked Oatmeal Muffins

Nothing feels like a fall breakfast like a cinnamon apple combo. These muffins are easy to make and can also double as a lunchbox treat. Add chocolate chips, raisins, or berries if you feel like it. (via British + company)

Strawberry Glaze Skin Shake

Strawberry Glaze Skin Shake

With berries, collagen, and dates, this smoothie packs a punch. Not only does it taste good, but it’s packed with ingredients your skin (and your taste buds) will love. (via British + company)

British breakfast burritos

British breakfast burritos

With meat, beans, potatoes, and eggs, these burritos are sure to keep you satisfied until lunch. All the ingredients in this recipe go together, so each time you make it, you can leave things out or make swaps depending on what you’re craving that day. (via British + company)

school lunch ideas

Vegan Baked Brie Back to School Recipes

vegan baked brie

This recipe is great for anyone who can’t eat peanuts or dairy. That cheesy flavor and consistency come from the cashews and nutritional yeast, and the garlic on top adds a nice bite that cuts through the richness of the recipe. Our favorite way to eat brie is with crackers and raspberries. (via British + company)

mason jar salad

mason jar salad

The great thing about a recipe like a mason jar salad is that it has everything you need in one condensed place and provides some portion control. One thing we recommend is making sure your lettuce sits on top to avoid eating a soggy salad. (via British + company)

Air Fryer Chicken Tenders

Air Fryer Chicken Tenders

Even picky eaters will love these chicken tenders! We love to use a fryer for this recipe because it cuts down on the oil you’d normally use to fry them without taking away any of the crispy goodness. (via British + company)


Matcha Yogurt Bark

Matcha Yogurt Bark

If you can’t get enough of matcha (same thing, honestly), then you *must* make this yogurt crust recipe. It’s a frozen treat that’s perfect for late summer. We added raspberries and coconut flakes to give it an extra texture that is second to none. (via British + company)

Mini peppers stuffed with cheese recipes for back to school

Cheese Stuffed Mini Peppers

Bell peppers are low in calories but packed with nutrients like vitamin A. Add your favorite soft cheese (or cream cheese) and sprinkle some herbs on top for a tasty snack. It’s a quick and easy addition to any after school study session. (via British + company)

Gluten-Free Baked Avocado \u201cChips\u201d

Gluten-Free Baked Avocado “Chips”

This back to school recipe swaps out the usual fries for avocados. It’s a little healthier (and completely gluten free) and still tastes amazing with spicy aioli. (via British + company)

Dessert recipes for back to school

Healthy Chocolate Butter Cups

Healthy SunButter Chocolate Cups

When you can’t eat peanuts, sunButter is a great alternative that still gives you that dose of saltiness. It goes very well with toast, bananas and chocolate. Thanks god. (via British + company)

Chocolate Banana Bread Mug Cake

Chocolate Banana Bread Mug Cake

Mug cakes are a college staple as far as we’re concerned, and this version of chocolate banana bread is sure to become your go-to. Since it only takes five minutes to do, it’s the perfect study break. (via British + company)

Easy apple pie recipes for back to school

easy apple tarts

Apple Pies are a wonderful addition to any fall day and make the perfect back-to-school treat. They can be served hot on cold evenings and cold on warm evenings. It’s the best of both worlds! (via British + company)

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