Free Lunch Box Stickers For School

Free Lunch Box Stickers For School

Free Lunch Box : With kids going to back to school parents are back to making school lunches. We thought these print up lunch stickers are perfect to label your child’s lunch. These labels can be printed off you own printer and best of all its free. They can be printed on regular paper or sticker paper. To download visit HERE. There are other stickers to choose from also.

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Lunch Idea:  Lunch Box Frozen Smoothie

Lunch Idea: Lunch Box Frozen Smoothie

This is a easy and healthy food to add to your child’s lunch with a protein.I used my NutriBullet to blend it all up and put it in the freezer.   I used fresh raspberries, blueberries, strawberries, blackberries, and organic greek yogurt.  All you do is put everything in the blender and blend until smooth.  Put them in small freezer safe mason jars and I used the screw on bpa free white lids that are sold separately.  You add them in their lunch box with a small ice pack and they will love them.  It’s a good way for the kids to get the vitamins from fresh fruit and yogurt in their diet.

Lunch Ideas For Kids That Don’t Include a Sandwich

Lunch Ideas For Kids That Don’t Include a Sandwich

It’s about that time of year that kids are already tired of their same ole lunch at school. My daughter already said that she doesn’t want a sandwich anymore. I have been trying to come up with ideas for lunch that doesn’t include a sandwich. Here are some ideas that you can use and can be mixed around to change things up.

Yogurt: I always look for a gluten free one.

Hummus with carrots: They do offer gluten free hummus if your looking for that option

Hard Boiled Eggs: I suggest putting them in a container instead of a bag to avoid them smelling and use a ice pack

Vegetables With A Dip: Broccoli, Carrots whatever they like. My daughter likes Grape tomatoes so I only out that in there.

Soup: Make it the night before and just reheat in the morning.

Popcorn: I buy the small bags of Skinny Pop and also use it as a snack

Rolled up Turkey: As an additional protein.

Fruit: grapes, cut up apples sprinkled with cinnamon, whatever you know they will eat.

Cheese: I include any kind but a processed cheese like American. You can buy a small block of swiss cheese and cut it up into slices. This could be an opportunity to let them try out different cheeses.