Skip the boring sandwiches and pack these fun foods instead. Your kids are more likely to eat what you pack when you mix it up a little, mama.
They would probably turn their noses up at actual chicken salad, but these wholesome kabobs put all their favorites in a fun form.
Traditional BLTs don't always travel well (hello, soggy bread) but this wrapped up version will keep perfectly until lunchtime. Cook the bacon the night before to save time and to save the meat from dripping grease all over the wrap.
Roll up all your kids' favorite sandwich ingredients inside of a soft and delicious crescent roll. Make them the night before, and just pop them into the lunch boxes in the morning.
Peanut butter and jelly is a lunchtime staple, but it'll get them a lot more excited when you serve it in scones.
This is not your average ham sandwich wrap. The addition of avocado and a dash of Tabasco give this wrap a fun flavor that's still kid-friendly.
Those kids can't survive on just sandwich foods all day. Make sure to pack a nutritious side, as well.
Don't just send them a baggie of pretzels. Stuff them with something yummy like peanut butter and make little pretzel sandwiches.
Skip the store-bought crackers and make your own. They're engaging and twice as good.
Forget the chips and pack a bag of these homemade apple chips that taste a lot like apple pie. Pack extras — your kids will want to share these.
Don't skip dessert — they'll never forgive you. It's the most important part of the meal, right?
These tasty yogurt parfaits are a twist on a sweet dessert. Send them frozen, and they'll be thawed but still cold by lunchtime.
These little apple pies are perfect for packed lunches. They're a little slice of heaven — no fork required.
These little snacks taste a lot like carrot cake, but pack enough good stuff to keep your kid moving until that last bell rings.
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