Are you stuck in a rut packing the same old boring sandwich for lunch every day?
Or maybe you're running out of time to keep the whole family healthy and on track? Trust us, we totally understand. You've got places to be, kids to drop off at school, errands to run, and people to meet. Life can be hectic, making it even harder to stay on track with heathy eating. That's exactly why it's so important to find easy, health recipes that make it easy to eat a balanced lunch. Skip the lunchables, and try one of these 7 easy healthy lunch box ideas instead:
Got a picky eater on your hands? Try this taco bar lunch and let your kids choose their own ingredients (lettuce, cheese, tomatoes, onions, salsa, guacamole, sour cream, etc) for toppings. Click here for the recipe (via Food Network)
3. Sandwich Kabobs
Kids sick of the same ol' boring sandwich? Get them excited again with these sandwich kabobs! Use whatever fresh veggies, meats or cheeses you'd like. Get recipes here (via Simple As That)
4. PB&J "Sushi" Roll
Switch up the regular PB&J by turning them into sushi rolls! Your kids will love this creative spin on their normal sandwich. Use all natural peanut butter (or almond butter for those who are allergic ;) ) and natural strawberry or raspberry jelly. Use Sunflower Butter for a NUT FREE alternative. Get the full recipe here (via Skinny Mom)
5. BTLA Wrap
Your kids won't even be paying attention to the veggies you snuck into this wrap - they will just be focusing on the bacon! This recipe is a great way to ensure you're getting your kids to eat healthy fats, protein and vegetables. Get the recipe here (via Bon Appetit)
Looking for more easy snacks or sides for lunch?
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