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back to school healthy lunch box ideas for kids

back to school lunch box ideas for kids 

Here are some easy kid-friendly lunch box ideas that your kids are going to love and enjoy eating.

ham and cheese rollup are always good and super easy to make all you need is some ham you can also use turkey or bologna any cold cut meat will work as well as your child's favorite cheese I like shredded cheese you can put ketchup mustard or mayo then you put it all in a taco wrap and then cut it in too little pinwheel and enjoy.

Peanut butter and banana roll-ups are good too you take a taco wrap you put peanut butter and banana on it roll it up and enjoy you can also put jelly on it.

Apple slices are always good too you can pair them with peanut butter or peanut butter and fluffernutter you can never go wrong with apple bananas or any fruit that your child likes you can also pair celery and peanut butter and put little raisins on top and it looks like ants on the log it is super cute.

carrots and ranch are good too so are celery and ranch as well as broccoli and ranch those are all good.

string cheese and yogurt and peanut butter crackers or cheese and crackers are all good healthy snacks. 

veggies and hummus are good and so are crackers and hummus as well as pita chips are all good too.

If your child has a peanut allergy you can always you sun butter it is sunflower butter it is really good and you can use on all tips of food veggies fruits and roll up and sandwiches.

applesauce is good so are fruit cups raisins dried fruits grapes oranges watermelon and granola bars are always a good choice too.

peanut banana sandwiches are good you can even add honey to it or jams and jellies are always good.  

Ham and cheese sandwiches are always good too.

Turkey and cheese sandwiches are always good and so are bologna sandwiches are always good as well.

tuna fish and egg salad sandwiches are good as well and ham spread. 

chicken salad sandwiches are good as well.

you can make a healthy version of mac and cheese by adding plain yogurt into it instead of milk your kids will never know it and you can keep it a secret. 

peanut butter and honey sandwiches are so good they are very good your kids will love them my cousin did when he was little.

some healthy drink ideas you can get are low-fat chocolate milk or white milk water fruit punch and there is also different kinds of flavoring you can put in your kid's water for them. 

Here are another snack idea peanut putter graham cracker sandwiches all you do is take two graham crackers then spread peanut butter on the bottom half then top it with the other graham cracker they are super good.

Meatballs and veggies are a good healthy lunch idea too.

tuna and crackers are super easy and yummy so is ham and cheese crackers are really good lunch ideas too.

cheese cubes and apple slices, as well as peanut butter, filled pretzels are very good ideas too.

a small salad with ham cheese and veggies with a side of ranch makes a good lunch you can also use turkey and chicken are good meats to add to your salad as well.

pepperoni slices and cheese and veggies make for a good lunch too.

rice cakes and protein cookies are good you can also get baked chips at the store you can also do blueberries on top of yogurt make for a very good healthy snack there are also veggie chips and sun chips and fruit bars make for a great healthy snack.

Homemade protein muffins are good and cheese sticks or baby bell cheese, grapes, carrot sticks and peas with hummus and sugar snaps.

soups and spaghetti and meatball are good too you can put these in a thermos.

boiled eggs and deviled eggs ham and cut up hot dogs beef jerky and lunch meats bologna, ham, pastrami, salami, and turkey are all good too.

cheese slices cottage cheese yogurt tubes are good as well. 

fig newtons fruit snacks, marshmallows, pudding, trail mix, yogurt covered raisins, jello are all good too.

PB&J sandwiches, turkey sandwiches, lunch meat roll-up, and grilled chicken are all really good.

pretzel, baked chips, nuts, veggie straws, are good snacks 

Here are some more lunch box ideas

Hope you Get a lot of lunch box ideas from my blog post.

Enjoy reading Angelika 


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