School lunches


I know I should pack the kids lunch boxes the night before, because everyone says I should. But I don’t want their food to get even more soggy than it’s already going to be. So I pack them in the mornings.

This makes for a hectic morning, but I guess I have decided it’s worth, which means I make 5 healthy lunches on the days the preschoolers stay for lunch.

Some days I try to get fancy, but since I have chosen to make the lunches in the morning I often have to resort to some quick things I can just throw in and since the preschool doesn’t allow peanuts anywhere in the facility, I’m having to get creative. I thought I would share some of my go to’s with you for quick fix meals. I will do another post on some great recipes I have for “fancy” lunches at another time.

carrots & hummus

Meal #1
Hummus with carrot, celery and cucumber sticks, crackers or pita slices and a side of fruit.



Meal #2
Cheese sticks with sweet pepper slices, fruit and homemade granola bars.



Meal #3
Cream cheese bagels with fruit.


Here are a few good resources for lunch box lunches:


2 thoughts on “School lunches

  1. Hi Chel, I am new to your website. I am sure you have heard this before, but I have to say this: “I am so impressed.” I don’t know how you do all this on your own? Taking care of 5 kids, running the house, the blog, making lunches, breakfast, dinners, making cute DIY crafty projects and you grow a vegetable garden???? I am impressed!
    What time do you usually wake up to get the breakfast and lunchboxes ready? 🙂 I love your lunch ideas, in our family we always strive having healthy lunch snacks too!


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