Here’s another installment in my School Lunch Roundup series! I know some readers love to sit down and look at these pictures with their kids so they can point out what they want (and, more importantly, what they’ll actually eat!).
It’s been a while since I’ve added to my NUT-FREE School Lunch Roundup series, so here you go! Whether your child has an allergy or goes to an allergy-friendly school, there are still lots of real food options to pack.
Here’s another installment in my School Lunch Roundup series! I know some readers love to sit down and look at these pics with their kids so they can point out what they want (and, more importantly, what they’ll actually eat!).
Sandwich sushi is the perfect bite-sized finger food that could just do the trick in helping your child eat more of their veggies, because somehow thinly sliced vegetables (yes, even the green ones) look so much more appealing when wrapped up in bread.
I’m super excited to announce that we’re going to once again offer you our Real Lunches, Real Easy School Lunch Meal Plans!
Do you take your lunch to work? Pack lunches for your kids? We’re going to show you why a waste-free lunch with reusable containers makes sense instead of disposable bags or other single-use lunch items out there.
I’m still posting lunches pretty regularly on my Facebook page, but here is a little summary in case you’ve missed them. Also be sure to check out our School Lunch Photo Gallery. It allows you to search by dietary need and types of food. Lots of readers tell me they sit down with their kids to look at these photos so they can point out what they want packed in their own lunches. If you’re curious about the lunch boxes we use, check out our Lunch Box Review post as well as my explanation about how one of my favorite lunch boxes got discontinued. (As you can see in the pics I’m clearly still holding on to a few!). We have all sorts of school lunch resources on the blog so don’t be afraid to look around or do a search in the search bar! Enjoy :) Real Food School Lunch Ideas White chicken chili (defrosted from freezer – recipe will be in my next cookbook out in 2017) Apples Carrots Whole-grain pumpkin muffin Cheese Leftover pot roast (served warm over whole-wheat noodles) Green beans (served cold) Orange slices Leftover whole-grain cornbread Apples with a peanut butter packet Salad with homemade tahini dressing (dressing is in my first cookbook) Honeydew melon Whole-wheat banana nut muffin Rainbow carrots Black bean hummus for dipping Plain yogurt with a little pure maple syrup and raspberries Homemade granola Peanut butter and honey sandwich Homemade granola chunks Organic cheddar cheese stick Spinach salad Homemade applesauce Piece of bacon (served cold) Homemade mac and cheese (using the cheese sauce recipe from my cookbook) Leftover slow cooker chicken Peas Homemade brownie Make your own tacos (with leftover homemade whole-wheat tortillas) Apple slices Oranges pieces Fluffy Applesauce Waffles Mini oranges Grapes Plain yogurt mixed with a little pure maple syrup and frozen blueberries Chocolate chips Slow cooker potato […]
It’s no secret that we’re big Yumbox fans at my house. In today’s sponsored post, I’m excited to share what we like about the Yumbox and also a list of lunchbox ideas to pack in it.
I put together a post a few years ago with some of my favorite school lunch supplies, but we’ve since discovered some new favorites I’d love to share.
Since not everyone sees the lunches I post almost daily on Facebook, below is a little summary for inspiration. Also be sure to check out our School Lunch Photo Gallery.
Packing kids’ lunches is a hot topic this time of year, and the reality is, it must be done! Today’s post will give you the tools you need to make packing school lunches easier.