Today’s school lunch features the remainders of my second take on a Caramelized Onion & Goat Cheese Frittata, reheated and popped in the thermos, leftover kale salad, one of those stevia-sweetened yoghurts I can get behind, a Honey & Date Sweetened Oatmeal Muffin from the freezer and fruit.
Soup & Salad in the lunchboxes today: This is the Italian Barley Soup with Melty Parmesan Croutons that I made a couple weeks ago and froze & the Sesame Ginger Quinoa Salad I’ve been testing this week in my kitchen.
During the month of September, I traditionally post my photos and descriptions of what’s REALLY in my own kids’ lunch. All of my lunch posts this month can be found using the “Lunchbox Love” tag on my blog and my Lunchbox Love Pinterest Page, here. Happy first day of school, everyone!
This is the MacDaddy of baked breakfast oatmeals – so good, it doubles as dessert.
This balanced lunchbox features: Yummus Hummus & Tasty Tzatziki (from my cookbook, Real Food for Real Families at pp.90 & 97, both a source of healthy protein & fat ), bell pepper, carrot and celery sticks, broccoli and Pita Party Chips (cookbook: p. 109) for dipping (complex carbs), and Garbanzo Gobble, a simple, yummy roasted chickpea snack (more protein & fibre, p.111 cookbook).
Dreading the next ten months of daily lunch boxes? Relax! School lunches don’t have to be boring and with a just a little planning, they can actually be pretty much hassle-free. Here are 10 great tips to keep you out of the sandwich rut this year