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5 Easy Lunchbox Ideas

As the school year begins, it’s hard to get back into the rhythm of school lunches. Here are 5 quick and easy ideas to create a delicious healthy lunchbox that your kids will love!

Muesli Muffins

Who knew our mueslis could be turned into delicious – and healthy – muffins?  Even better, it’s easy prep that can be done on Sunday afternoon that will have snacks for the week sorted. We’ve got a recipe to make delicious, sustaining muffins with our Macadamia, Cranberry & Coconut muesli that’ll even satisfy the adults as they run out the door, a breakfast baked and blended into one!

Apple and Peanut butter ‘Donuts’

A wonderful combination of crunch and gooey goodness. Simply core your apple and slice thinly, spread over any nut butters you like over each slice. Or top with muesli, nuts, or seeds. It’s a perfect way to trick your kids to eat healthy too.

Lunchbox ‘Fondue’

A simple and delicious way for your kids to eat their fruits and veggies. You can mix and match this any way you want, all you need is:

  1. Your dip of choice – this can be nut butters, cashew spreads, hummus or dips.
  2. Dippers – this can be anything from sliced fruit, some rice cakes, nuts, celery, cucumber, capsicum and even a few crackers.

The perfect thing about this is it can be mixed up to be sweet or savoury to keep your little one excited about play-time snacks.

Air popped Gluten Free Rice Snacks!

Our gluten-free Mini Rice Cakes are the perfect grab-and-go snack that kids just love! Made from wholegrain rice and natural ingredients they are fructose friendly and available in sweet and savoury mini snack packs!

Take a look at our Mini Rick Cakes here

Photo by @our.fam.in.squares

Rainbow Fruit or Veggie Skewers

The cool of winter is a perfect time to add colour and fresh, seasonal vegetables into your kids’ lunchbox. An easy, healthy and colourful lunchbox snack, that can easily be made in advance from last night’s dinner (you can opt to take out the wooden skewer too).

And for a sweet option the same can be done with fruit. You can use blueberries, grapes, mandarins, apples, tomatoes and watermelon. Your little ones will love the colours and let them know they’re tasting nature’s natural rainbow!

Recipe & Photo via Give Me Some Oven

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