Even the pickiest of kids is bound to find at least one recipe they're eager to try in this collection of kid-friendly lunches.
What a crazy year! Our school is offering a choice of hybrid (2-days in/3 days virtual) or 100% virtual for school this year. We're taking the virtual option to start with, and if things start turning around, he'll have the option to switch back onto campus.
But whether the kids are in school or at home, they still need to eat lunch! I know my son is picky (it's always either pasta or a plain cheese quesadilla for my kiddo), and yet they complain "peanut butter sandwich again!?"
Here are some ideas to mix things up in the lunchbox, and even the pickiest kid is bound to find at least one recipe they're excited about.
Whether your child is going back to school in-person or online, these kid-friendly lunches will be a hit. Even the pickiest kid is bound to find at least one recipe they'll be eager to try in their lunchbox this year (I have one of those kids!).
This Caprese Pasta is a salad you can eat warm or cold. Pasta is mixed with garlic, fresh tomatoes, mozzarella cheese, basil and coated in a delicious extra virgin olive oil and balsamic vinegar dressing.
A Fluffernutter Sandwich can be so much more than just Peanut Butter and Marshmallow Creme. Banana slices and skillet-grilled bread transform this classic American sandwich into a warm and gooey masterpiece.
This quick, easy and healthy Vegan Rainbow Vegetable Tortilla Wrap is packed full of colour veggies that kiddoes, big and small, will love. This vegan wrap is perfect for school lunches, brunches and when you are out and about.
This turkey and cheese BLT sandwich is the perfect back to school sandwich. It combines lightly toasted bread with a homemade garlic basil mayonnaise, sliced turkey, sharp cheddar cheese, crispy bacon, sliced tomato and baby arugula. It’s flavorful, easy to make and a step above your everyday bagged lunch sandwich.