Can you believe school has gone back already? If you are feeling like you’ve run out of time but still want to prepare some yummy lunches, we’ve got you covered. Here’s a round up of recipes that the kids will love in their lunch box.
Lunch box ideas
Chocolate and cherry muffins
Egg free, these chocolate and cherry muffins are fantastic for kids with egg allergies or when you go to bake and realise you haven’t got any! They are also one bowl. That’s me…sold! I can’t stand washing up after baking!
These are perfect for the lunchbox and are super yummy from Kidgredients. They also freeze really well and have lots of veggies in them! Perfect for packing noodles without a thermos and without all the mess.
Cheese and bacon mini quiches
Got a kid that doesn’t like a sandwich? Then these cheese and bacon mini quiches are sure to be a winner! Yummy cold and easy to make, you’ll wonder why they weren’t on you “to-bake” list before now.
Chocolate crunch balls
These chocolate crunch balls from Oh So Busy Mum are the perfect little bite size treat. Save them for after school if your school has a no sugar policy! Also perfect as party food, because they are so cute.
Cheese and zucchini fritters
These awesome cheese and zucchini fritters from Create Bake Make pack in some extra veggies and are delicious served cold, so great for packing in the lunchbox. If you’re got fussy kids, try including a sauce for dipping, it makes eating them a bit more fun.
Apple crumble balls
Nut free and super scrummy, these apple crumble balls are perfect for a sweet treat, without refined sugar! They are also super easy to make. You can use your Thermomix or a food processor to make them. No bake is definitely a winner at back to school time.
Muffins are always a hit and these raspberry ones are easy to make and delicious! So easy a three-year-old can make them! They are sure to please even the fussiest kids.
Brown rice pizza base
If your kids are gluten free, then these brown rice pizza bases from Kidgredients are sure to put a grin on their faces! If they aren’t gluten free, they are still awesome. Perfect for making your lunch box a little more wholesome and you can top them with whatever takes your fancy.
Banana and oat cookies
Yummy banana and oat cookies are super quick to whip up and are filled with good wholesome ingredients. Don’t worry- they can also be frozen, so they don’t need to all be eaten at once!
Fruit and seed slice
If it’s hot where you are right now, you’ll love that this fruit and seed slice is no bake! There’s no need to turn on the oven to make something that tastes great. With no nuts, it’s perfect for packing in the lunch box.
There you go! Everything you need to get ready for back to school lunch boxes. What’s your go to lunch box treat?
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