This Ham, Vegetable and Noodle Lunchbox Bite recipe is a delicious and nutritious alternative to boring school lunch sandwiches.
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If you’re looking for a tasty, nutritious and easy-to-make sandwich alternative for your child’s school lunch box, then look no further! Made with wholegrain, protein and fibre, these Ham, Vegetable and Noodle Lunchbox Bites tick all the right boxes… and if that’s not enough reason to get you smiling, there’s a chance to win a $200 Woolworths gift card below!
These nutritious and affordable lunchbox bites really pack a punch and are super simple to make. They freeze really well too, so are perfect for popping in the freezer and having on hand for a quick breakfast, an easy school lunchbox filler or an afternoon snack.
If you’ve got leftover veggies in the fridge that you need to use up, then this recipe is brilliant. I pack my Lunchbox Bites with these veggies (carrot, zucchini and corn!), MAGGI Wholegrain 2 Minute Noodles, eggs, ham and cheese – so yummy! The eggs give them a quiche-like texture and the MAGGI noodles provide a source of wholegrain and fibre.
Once all the ingredients are prepped, they can all be mixed together in a bowl ready for baking.
I made my Lunchbox Bites in a muffin tray because it was fuss-free, and created the perfect sized bites for a school lunchbox. The remaining mixture I put into a loaf pan which made really yummy slices. You can put the entire mixture into a large rectangular pan if you prefer the slices, to the muffin style bites.
I like to use silicone bakeware for this recipe because it makes cleaning up a breeze! I did line my silicone loaf pan with baking paper to make the slice come out easier, so there is no need to oil the pan. You can view these products here.
These bites can be eaten hot or cold. I like to freeze them and pop them straight into the kid’s school lunchboxes in the morning, so they’re fresh and perfectly defrosted by lunchtime.
You can make a bunch of tasty snacks using the MAGGI 2 Minute Wholegrain Noodles, but I especially love to use the wholegrain variety so that I can get extra wholegrain goodness – as well as some extra fibre – into my kid’s diet. Check out my 5 quick ways to jazz up 2 minute noodles here.Print
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