In our PART II of our lunch box ideas series, we want to present you with nutritious, delicious and easy to make lunch boxes. Remember, lunch boxes are not meant to replace any of three meals in the day, they are supposed to supplement the body to maintain its energy and glucose level in line.
Below are 10 lunch box ideas:
Option 1: 1 small yogurt, wheat ham & mustard sandwich, 1 clementine, a drink;
Option 2: Wheat crackers with cheese and marmalade, an apple or jello, a juice box;
Option 3: 1 milk box or drinkable yogurt, a banana and a bag of cookies (i.e. mini Oreo cookies);
Option 4: Drinkable yogurt, wheat ham & cheese sandwich, pitted olives in halves or grape tomatoes, jello;
Option 5: 1 small yogurt, 1/2 cup of cereal, strawberries, baby carrots, a drink;
Option 6: Chocolate milk, 1 banana, pitted olives or grape tomatoes, wheat cheese & jelly sandwich;
Option 7: Small turkey wrap, 50g pretzels, baby carrots, a drink, 1/2 grapes;
Option 8: Small bowl of Pasta salad, grape tomatoes, 1 clementine, a drink;
Option 9: Baby carrots with yogurt, mustard and honey dip, 1 small slice of cake, 1/2 cup of grapes, wheat crackers with cream cheese;
Option 10: 1/2 cup of dried fruit, 2 slices of Edam o0r Gouda cheese, 30g of nuts (if not allergic), a drink, 1/2 cup of grape tomatoes.
You can mix and combine these 10 options above. The important thing here is to give your children nutritious and tasty food while at school. They will love it, plus they will be looking forward to eating at home when they get back.
Dont’ forget to pack antibacterial wet wipes so your kids can clean their hands before and after eating!
Choose, mix and combine to make the perfect lunch box!
– The Moms’ Buzz
Note: Don’t miss our PART III on more tips on lunck box ideas! This week we are dedicating most of our post to help moms get ready for “back-to-school” time.