Do you ever get in the lunch dull-drums?Â We do!Â I regularly struggle wondering what we should have for lunch for the kids (and/or myself).Â Here are some of the brilliant suggestions we have found to make lunch fun, simple and sometimes silly.
Have a lunch:
Lunch on a stick.Â Make a skewer of your sandwich ingredients: Family.com
Banana Burritos – super easy and great on the go (even better slightly toasted!!): Mission Menus
Easy Granola Bars – another recipe we’ve tried and loved.Â Great to grab on busy days: This Lunch Rox
Compartmentalize your Meal with Love.Â Don’t have a Valentine box?Â Try an ice cube tray: Katherine Marie
Get silly with a smile – everything tastes better with a smile: Lisa Storms
Make a Pancake Sandwich – easy.Â Take two pancakes, add peanut butter or cream cheese and layer some fruit – viola!
Mix up your sandwich combinations.Â Lots of suggestions: Whole Living
Enjoy a Veggie Smoothie – freeze your smoothie and throw it in your lunch box to keep the rest of your meal cool
What to feed kids:
Do math, while you eat with a Tanagram Sandwich: Think Magnet Kids
Give your child or maybe even your spouse some thinking material with a survey of their day for them to fill out while they eat – my gal would love this: June Pfaff Daley
Stuck and still don’t know what to make for lunch today?Â This site has a PDF with literally dozens of suggestions: Mixing Bowl Kids
I love making sandwich rolls for my kids.Â Use the tips from the sandwich ideas earlier, only roll the ingredients into a roll.Â This recipe is versatile: Taste
Kids Lunch Ideas:
Do you have any suggestions or favorite meals that wow your kids?Â We’d love to hear about them.Â Leave a comment and make my day!!