Just would like some different ideas, thanks!
Asked by Anonymous at 1:14 AM on Jan. 13, 2011 in School-Age Kids (5-8)
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Answer by sweetpotato418 at 9:51 AM on Jan. 13, 2011
We have several types of lunch boxes. A Bento box is great but you generally don't put things that need to be heated in them. I like Peanut Butter and honey sandwiches I cut into fun shapes (cars, hearts, whatever holiday cutter is appropriate). Granola and yogurt. Carrot chips and a small thing of organic Ranch dressing to dip them in. Some days multi grain Cheerios and some milk in another container. The usual: applesauce, apple slices cut of into apple sticks, gold fish. I like to make a duck cut out and put it next to the gold fish like a duck in a pond. On special days one chocolate kiss to unwrap. He can reheat foods at his school so often pancakes with syrup or I put Spegetti O's in a container mixed with pureed carrots to give it some nutritional value. I also tend to add butternut squash pureed to it. Other days
Answer by frogdawg at 10:33 AM on Jan. 13, 2011
we have left over spaghetti and garlic toast to reheat. Home made left over pizza with carrots, spinach and butternut squash as part of the sauce. On lazy days crackers with peanut butter as the sandwich. Or on days we are running low. Banana slices mixed with lemon and lime juice to stay fresh and not turn brown. His school does not let kids eat a lot of junk. So fruit roll ups and the like are out. Sometimes just a bunch of finger foods. I take chicken nuggets or fish sticks in there to be reheated and with the chicken I add BB-Q sauce. There is so much we do. Your not limited really.
Answer by frogdawg at 10:38 AM on Jan. 13, 2011