A handful of creamy avocado chunks and grilled chicken take this salad to the next level of feast.
Looking for something that can replace sandwiches? Our simple pitta pocket is the answer. Try to pair these with sandwiches, such as our mint and crushed peas dipped in carrot sticks or some spiced almonds for chewing.
These carefree pitas can be made in a few minutes and are a simple, low-fat option.
Mini Cheese & Spinach Omelette is easy to hold with little hands, healthy, and packed with all the important veggies. You only need seven ingredients and a muffin tin to bake these wonderful marbled foods.
Don’t you like spinach? Try making a batch of mini pumpkin tortillas on the weekend and get ready for midweek snacks.
Stuffed Moroccan Pitta
A hearty chickpea falafel, creamy hummus, and stuffed crunchy red pepper in a pita pocket is a simple veggie lunch for kids who want more. If you need a quick fix, use store-bought hummus and falafel.
If you want to make your own, try a simple falafel and hummus recipe.
Chicken, Carrot & Avocado Rolls
Lunch ends with quick and easy chicken tacos. Rush into the refrigerator and combine the cheese, chicken, and avocado perfectly to eliminate hunger at noon.
For packed lunches, wrap in plastic wrap and twist to prevent spilling into the school bag.
Tuna Rice Salad
To ensure that children eat well with rainbow rice salad, simple meal preparation was taken into account in the design-the rice was made into a batch and distributed to the whole family.
This delicious turkey pita bread with a dollop of sour cream and smooth avocado makes a fantastic lunch. Older children may also like to sprinkle chili flakes and chili to satisfy the crunchiness.
If you put it in the lunch box, put the sour cream in an extra pot so the pita doesn’t get soggy.
Green Bean & Penne Salad
This fast-food pasta salad with healthy tomatoes and basil sauce takes three meals over five days and will surprise any lunch box. This is a colorful recipe for blowing a beige water sandwich. Fill rockets and basil for more veggies.
Don’t forget to add a little butter and a little syrup to the pancakes.
Stromboli is like a pizza sandwich, kids love pizza! The Stromboli box will contain a Stromboli pocket that you made ahead of time. Take some pre-made pizza dough and fill it with ham, salami, and cheese.
Put it in a small pocket and bake according to the instructions for the pizza dough. Put a Marira sauce and a Caesar salad in your Stromboli pocket for a complete lunch.
If you can find me a kid who doesn’t like chicken nuggets, I’d be surprised. It is one of the favorite foods of most young children. Chicken Nugget Box includes pre-cooked chicken nuggets, fruit salad, broccoli, and some cheese.
Packaging Tips: Be sure to put a small packet of ketchup or barbecue sauce to dip these gold nuggets in.
Cereal is always a good meal when time is limited. The cereal box will include cereal, cheese skewers, and fruit salad. Children can eat dry cereals, or you can send a small bottle of milk, or they can get milk from school.