Sandwich Free Lunch Ideas

Back to school means back to packing lunches. We all know how quick our kids can bored of things especially food. Here's a great way to change things up from your typical sandwiches to help keep things healthy and delicious.


Kid-Friendly Colourful Bean Salad

This recipe is kid-friendly, both to make and eat. Perfect to eat on it's own or in a tortilla with shredded chicken.


Broccoli Nuggets

Who says nuggets can't be healthy? It's a great way to get your kids to eat veggies. They don't want to eat something green? Kannamma Cooks calls them HULK nuggets. What kid doesn't want to be strong like the HULK?


Pizza Pasta Salad

Laura Fuentes from Fresh Living found another great way for her kid to eat brocolli and I know your kids will love it too!


Hummus and Carrot Pinwheels

Very easy to make recipe that can be changed up using different types of spreads. This is a perfect sback or main lunch option for your littles. Check out for Bites for Foodies for suggestions of different spreads you can use.


Mini Bacon and Pea Frittatas

Finger foods are always a great option for little hands and this recipe found on Kidspot puts yummy bacon together with healthy veggies.


Vegetable Pikelets

Have a picky eater who refuses to eat any vegetables? These savoury vegetable pikelets are full of hidden veggies that the kids won't see. Thanks Kidspot!


Lemon Dill Chicken Skewers

Savory Sweet Life shares this delicious recipe that can be eaten warmed up or cold.  For little ones you may want to remove off the skewers (to avoid any temptation to "sword fight" with friends). They make for a great addition to salads as well.


Mediterranean Quinoa Salad

This healthy salad is very sustaining and will keep your little ones full throughout the school day. Thanks to The Better Half for this easy go-to lunch recipe.


Corn Dog Muffins

Bet you're thinking how could corn dogs be a healthy choice? What Lisa Cooks shares this recipe that includes home made corn dogs and organic hot dogs!

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