What to put in kids Lunch Box? The Ansher!

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And every day, I wonder what to put in my kids Lunch Box

Every night I pack the lunch box for kindergarten and today I wanted to share some healthy lunch box ideas and recipes.

Honestly, I don’t always have time to carve little Madonnas out of cucumber slices. Nonetheless, I want to fill the lunchbox with delicious and colorful things. I want the little one to have fun opening it!

Since I made the lunch box for him, my own childhood memories have resurfaced. Suddenly, I remember the smell of lunch, the delicious tea, the fun of opening the box. In fact, my lunch box is one of the few things from my childhood that I actually enjoy using again. That’s why I want to share it with you.

Ideas and recipes for your children’s lunch boxes

First of all, the Lunch Box itself. I propose you our collection of Lunch Box for children. You will find Lunch Boxes of all styles, compartmentalized or our according to your tastes.

What’s in the lunchbox? Kindergarten ideas and recipes

Recipe idea, simple, healthy and fast

Carrot Muffin, carrots, cheese, hard-boiled egg, plum, dried apple

The egg is much more delicious in bear form, of course? I use egg molds for this. You boil the egg normally, put it in the mold while it’s hot, and let it sit in cold water for 15 minutes. They are not essential but I think they make the lunch box even more appetizing!

Recipe for carrot muffins

  • 250 g flour
  • 2 teaspoons baking powder
  • 2 eggs
  • 4 tablespoons of oil
  • 200ml milk
  • 100g of Gouda cheese
  • 1 carrot
carrot muffins
carrot muffins Cake

Mix the flour and yeast with the eggs, oil and milk to obtain a firm dough. Mix the cheese and carrot with the batter. Pour the batter into the greased muffin tin and bake in the preheated oven (200Β°C) for about 15 minutes.
I advise you to make a large quantity so that you can freeze them.

What goes in the lunch box?

Make your lunch boxes with the leftovers from the day before!

The Lunch Box is really something to look forward to. Of course, I could never make it before breakfast, so I took something from the night before: strawberry cottage cheese pancake skewers for desert with tomatoes, grapes, cucumber and sausage. Make your Lunch Boxes according to your leftovers, you’ll save time!

A quick and easy idea

Bread with sausage and cheese, cucumber, radish, pear and carrots

Hearty lunch box

Chicken fricadelle with apple chutney (you can find the recipe here, incredibly tasty), pear and dates.

Simple and effective idea for a lunch box

Rusk, Babybel, tomatoes, grapes, cheese and cucumber with sausage

More lunchbox ideas for kindergarteners

Any type of fruit is wonderful for the lunchbox, as are vegetable strips (peppers, carrots, celery, cucumber). ….

Of course, snacks are allowed when time is short. Spelt sticks, dried fruit, crispies and rice wafers also belong in a Lunch Box.

Delicious skewers are also a hit: cherry tomatoes and mozzarella balls, grapes and cheese cubes, cucumber and sausage, oranges and blueberries, strawberries and blackberries….. if you have time, you can add cookie cutters to your lunch box to keep your spirits up.

You now have plenty of new recipe ideas to fill your child’s lunch box! To make your child’s lunch even better, choose a lunch box from our catalog.

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