With school back in session, many families are beginning to focus on smarter eating habits. Packing your little learner’s lunch with these tasty and fun tips is an easy way to help ensure his or her diet contains enough protein and calcium.
Make Lunchtime Fun Time
Tips for creating back-to-school lunches
(Family Features) With school back in session, many families are beginning to focus on smarter eating habits. Packing your little learner’s lunch is an easy way to help ensure his or her diet contains enough protein and calcium.
By letting your kids play a role in planning and packing their lunches, while tossing in a variety of appealing, fun options, you can make sure your students are set up for success.
“For lunches, I like to include mini-foods, like blueberries, strawberries and Mini Babybel cheese, because there is no prep time needed and they are fun to eat with fingers,” said Amy Bellgardt, mother of two and founder of the lifestyle blog Mom Spark. “When lunchtime is easy and enjoyable, my kids are more likely to eat what we’ve prepared together.”
Bellgardt recommends these tips for creating tasty and fun back-to-school lunches.
Pick a theme
“I love to make lunchtime more entertaining for my kids by serving them in themed bento boxes,” Bellgardt said.
Mix it up
Let kids help
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