Looking for some back to school lunch box recipe ideas? We have some yummy options that wont take you long to whip up for the kids. Plus they will love these tasty treats!
This loaf is gluten free, dairy free and sugar free. It’s also I guilt free little treat. Awesome to have with your morning coffee or to pack up on the go for your little one.
My Banana Bread is nourishing and satisfying. Made with whole food ingredients, it is a real treat served warm with lashings of butter or the perfect addition to the school snack box.
I make this simple yet tasty no bake slice for my kids to add to their school snacks. `It provides plenty of energy to keep kids going, good fats for healthy brain development, vitamins, minerals and it’s naturally sweetened…but best of all…my kids love it!
I modified this recipe today from a banana bread recipe I often use. It worked a treat, and is a great way to use up over-ripe mangoes! So summery and yum, full of nutritious ingredients and high in fibre with only a small amount of butter added.
I hope you like it!
Pear, macadamia and quinoa muffins are something a little different and both yummy and healthy. Lovely for the whole family you can eat them as they are or warm with some yoghurt and stewed fruit. If you don’t have quinoa flour you can substitute it for wholemeal (or white) flour.
These Banana and Oat Cookies are something I often have in my pantry for an on the go treat or snack for my children. They are dairy and refined sugar free and can be gluten free if you can source gluten free oats. Best of all, they are really yummy.
With allergies becoming more common it’s sometimes difficult to come up with things for lunchboxes,or you could just simply make this because you have no eggs either way these are yummy. I love this recipe because it is quick and easily done in 5 mins, all you have to do is wait for them to cook.
Perfect for parties, these little tarts are salty and sweet and just plain delicious! They’re also versatile. Make larger versions and serve with a fresh salad for a great dinner party entree.
Lovely and tasty options for afternoon tea are these Tuna Roulettes. Simple to put together and full of fresh flavours, I can guarantee they will be snapped up quickly!
Weetbix slice recipe – A yummy, easy slice that your kids will love. A great nut-free option for school lunches or snack for morning tea at home. Alternative: make it with cornflakes
These are simple and delicious. I made them for my daughter’s after school play date and they only took 20 min to make and were cooked in 10. Quick and easy, perfect for a busy mum. There are also some hints on how to make them with natural colouring.
This recipe came to mind for no greater reason that I had some very ripe pears that I wanted to use. At the same time, my little boy was a little ‘blocked up’ and I wanted to make something with prunes. Pear and prune – sounded like a good idea to me! I have used a recipe for savoury slices and modified it to work for a sweet slice. My little boy loved the pear and prune slices and I will be making some more.