This post may contain affiliate links. You can read my disclosure policy here. These are foods my own children love! I believe in exposing children to a wide variety homemade lunch box ideas tastes and textures.
It’s easy to get in a rut. I save time during our school day. I hope this list helps you in your menu planning. Print this list out and place in the Menu Planning section of your Household Notebook. For even more ideas: By the way, be sure to check out my Easy Lunch Box Ideas for the Whole Family! When making sandwiches, place tomato, onions, and lettuce in separate baggie to prevent bread from becoming soggy. Freeze juice boxes and place in lunch box to keep food cool.
Leftovers can often be turned into a tasty lunch. Use a thermos to keep leftover macaroni and cheese, spaghetti, and soups warm. Or, use a thermos to keep cold foods cold. If you homeschool, preparing your child’s lunch ahead of time will save you lots of time during the day! Print my Easy Lunch Box Planner for easy planning by the week!
Bed sure to visit my Lunch Box page on Pinterest for lots more ideas! What do you like to pack in your child’s lunch? How do you make it special? Do you pack a lunch for your homeschooled children? I’ve linked this post up to Positively Splendid and Blissful and Domestic. Here’s another image you can share on Pinterest or Facebook. Join A Virtuous Woman’s community of over 19,000 women where you’ll find freedom from perfection and the confidence to live your life with purpose.
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