Day after day, it stares up at you, challenging you in ways you never thought possible, begging for originality: the lunchbox! This week we bring you ideas to change things up with some healthy options that kids love.
By simply cutting the wrap into bite-sized pieces, you can add a little excitement to something ordinary. Great for kids lunches.
A great way to use leftover cooked rice, sneak some extra veggies into your kid’s diet, and get rid of lingering soy sauce packets.
A really simple recipe that tastes as good as the original from-the-box version without any of the weird stuff.
Snacks and Drinks
Stick a Knudsen’s Organic Apple or Lemonade juicebox in the freezer the night before for school and by lunch time it’s a refreshing drink that has also kept the lunchbox cool. In the UK, I send Innocent smoothies which do the same trick.
We couldn’t be bigger fans of getting kids into the kitchen—though nurturing young talent into full-fledged sous chef-dom can be hard when schedules get in the way. Samantha Barnes—founder of Los Angeles-based mobile culinary classroom Kitchen Kid—launched Raddish for this very reason.