Lunchbox inspiration for the day.  An easy to put together and yummy lunch idea to pack for your child for school.

School lunches and figuring out what to pack in them that will actually get eaten can be tricky.  My recommendation is to aim for food that is healthy and tasty. Go for simple easy things to pack that you know they like. Aim to include some protein, some fruits and vegetables and something yummy, that is a little bit treaty. Here is one of my kid’s lunch box ideas to inspire you…

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Find ideas below for both morning tea and lunch time. Some kids tend to eat all of their lunch at the first break, forgetting to leave some for their second break. It can be helpful to have their food for the day separated into two lunchboxes for both school breaks. This way they will definitely have some left for second break.

Morning Tea

  • Bliss Balls – find my big range of bliss ball recipes here.
  • Cheese and tomato crackers. Use a bento style lunchbox so the items can be sent to school separately. No more soggy crackers!
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LUNCH

Afternoon Tea

  • Crackers and kiwi fruit.

What has been on the lunch menu in your home lately?

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