We are about 100 days into the school year meaning I’ve packed about 200 lunches so far. It is about this time of year that I start getting lunchbox fatigue. I try hard to make lunches my kids will enjoy but are still healthy – way healthier than school lunches. I have always loved it when my kids said their friends want to eat their lunches because they look so good.
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With a little planning and creativity, your kids will eat up every lunch you pack. I always pack plenty of color in my kids’ lunches – lots of veggies and fruits.
Add a pack of Little Bites and you have a complete and tasty lunch that kids will eager eat up!
Check out these fun ideas – wouldn’t your child love opening this up at lunchtime?
I like how this Tic Tac Toe uses fruit, veggies, and bread to entice kids to eat. Even picky eaters will love these little bites. S
Speaking of Little Bites®, be sure to add a sweet treat to your kids’ lunchboxes like the new Entenmann’s Little Bites Cinnamuffins.
If you love cinnamon rolls like my family does, you are going to flip over the new Seasonal Favorites line! Oh my, the flavor is seriously bursting of cinnamon.The little white spots are what I call flavor bombs!
And of course, the muffins are super moist and fresh. I like how these Mini Kabobs adds Little Bites right on the kabob with fruit. It would be a tasty snack with cheese, bread, and meat too – especially the Cinnamuffins flavor. And, what a great after-school treat too.
My family has always kept Little Bites on hand for snacking, they are an easy snack to eat anytime at home (even breakfast) and on the go. It is the perfect pre-portioned snack that kids and parents can both agree on. I love the flavors and how moist and soft the muffins always are. I also like that they contain no high fructose corn syrup and 0 grams trans fat.
Another thing that I’ve always done is draw a little picture or write a little note with my kids’ lunches – just to let them know that I’m thinking about them. Make this a Lunchbox Goal easy of achieving with this lunchbox notes free printable. I guarantee that your kids will love it.
Often, parents buy Little Bites to pack for school lunches or school snacks. Do yourself a HUGE favor and buy two boxes because you will want to pack Cinnamuffins in your lunch for work too! It taste just like a mini cinnamon roll but with less than 200 calories per pack!
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