Wraps are always a good lunch box idea, not just because they aren’t as messy as sandwiches and fit neatly in tight space, but because the filling ideas are endless, so your child will never get bored. Paired with low-fat string cheese and an orange, this hummus and veggie wrap is a healthy, balanced meal...
Lunchbox 1-2-3 loves Cottage Cheese!
Cottage cheese is a great base to add fruit or veggies to! We’ve used cherry tomatoes in our visual, but you can also add cucumbers, broccoli, carrots, berries, melon, raisins, or apples into the mix (probably not at the same time, though). You can also try mixing in different spices for flavor. For example, stirring...
Berry Yogurt Bowl
This beautiful bowl combines all the vitamin C and antioxidants of some of your favorite berries! Add protein-rich plain or non-dairy yogurt and you have a snack that’s easy to assemble with hungry kids!
Honey Coconut Energy Balls
Easy to make, your child will love rolling up these fun energy balls. With a combination of nut butter, oats, raisins, coconut and honey, you get just the right touch of protein, fiber, and sweet flavors to curb active kids’ appetites.
Green Monster Smoothie
For a quick, healthy snack, nothing beats a smoothie! Ready in just a few minutes, this delicious mix of fruit and veggies has an added “green monster” appeal for young snackers.
Easy Veggie Dip
This dip is perfect with all your favorite raw veggies. We recommend snap peas and carrots, but you can also try jicama, bell peppers, tomatoes…or any other kind of veggie you’re in the mood for. The more the merrier!
Everyone loves hummus! Creamy and delicious, it’s not just great for a snack, but a perfect addition to sandwiches, wraps, and even pizza! Eat it with your favorite veggies.
Ants On A Log
A kid favorite, Ants on a Log has protein from nut butter and fiber from the celery making it a filling snack. Kids will love decorating their own Ants on a Log creation with healthy ingredients like raisins and sunflower seeds.
Roasted Garlic Broccoli
Broccoli is known for its high Vitamin C content, but not everyone knows that it also contains protein. It’s a favorite amongst kids not only because it’s tasty, but also because it’s the “tree” you can eat!
Raw Carrot Salad
Full of Vitamin A, protein, and magnesium, this crunchy salad is the perfect mix of sweet and salty.