Use this list of kids lunches the next time you’re at a loss for what to pack in the lunchbox or for what to serve at home for the midday meal.
Here’s a look at what I aim to include in nutritious lunches for kid over the course of a week: - Fruit - Vegetables - Protein - Complex Carbohydrates - Fats
Having a thermos to send hot lunches for school, including pasta, is one of our favorite easy lunch options.
Wrap up a range of fillings, including turkey, banana and peanut butter, cream cheese, thinly sliced apples and cheese, tuna salad, and more.
While not all little kids can handle the mixed texture of a traditional sandwich quite yet, you can still serve the elements in a way that they can enjoy.
I LOVE breakfast for lunch (and dinner!) and find that often, classic breakfast foods make for easy meals that the little kids love.
Eggs are easy to keep on hand in the fridge and super fast to cook up. Plus, they’re a great source of vegetarian protein and beneficial fats.
Make a batch of grains on the weekend and use them for easy toddler lunches throughout the week.
Assembling bits and pieces of ingredients to make a fun snack plate is an easy toddler lunch—and one that you can easily adjust to make an adult lunch for yourself
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