Lunchbox Ideas!! We all need a little help once in a while.
Whether it’s for school or work, packing a lunchbox can become boring, frustrating and even stressful. It is time to get out of that rut and get inspired to create healthy school lunches.
The first step is to make a list of what’s already stocked in your pantry and fridge. Then, simply download our printable lists of creative and healthy lunchbox ideas using a wide range of common household groceries that are already in your cupboard, print it out and stick it on your cupboard door. That way you will always have a list ready for your morning lunchbox rush!
The Carb, Protein and Dairy printable will help you make healthy choices without spending a fortune or wasting food. Create variety with the same style lunch every day using different proteins, dairy and carbohydrates.
Download the Kids Lunchbox Ideas Printable here
Don’t forget to head over to grab the Printable for Fruit and Vegetables!
I create lunches for my daughter every day. I started making Bento Lunches for her when she was 18 months old. She started kindy earlier this year (Feb 2014) and even though I had been making Bento lunches for her for the last four years, most of the time it was on a plate, not a lunchbox. My daughter eats a minimal amount of food. So I serve her almost the same lunch every day, but every day there is something different, something added and taken away and a different look. It keeps her interested in trying new foods without taking away the foods she loves and knows.
All you have to do is open that cupboard door or fridge and know that there is something in there you can put into that lunchbox. Lunchbox Ideas come from just simple ingredients. Dairy, Carbs, Protein, Fruit and Vegetables. Pop it into the lunchbox with a lunchbag and an iceblock and you are ready to go!