Make a great lunch for the kids with these Bite Size Treats Lunchbox Ideas!
My son will be starting on his journey in the world of elementary school soon. I am so excited for him as I know he has so much learning and fun ahead of him. On the other hand, that means I have a lot of packing lunches ahead of me.
Over the next several weeks, I will be sharing a few lunchbox ideas that all include his favorite Go-Gurt Yogurt in them as well. This particular lunch, I decided to stick with snack style foods and finger foods. We did mini corn dogs, cheesestick, popcorn, trail mix, and blueberries.
My son is very much anti-veggies, which maybe one day I’ll crack his picky eater code. This lunch is filled with fun to send your child back to school!
Happy Lunchbox Packing!
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Love the idea of make ahead lunches with Gogurts! Am curious why you would pair three proteins in one meal though? Can’t wait to see more 🙂
For my son in particular he eats bits and pieces of his lunch. So for him he would probably end up with a total of 1 protein between eating different bites of things. It will vary for everyone though so these post are built more to give you different ideas and variations then can be customized for your own kids taste.
Rachel Rockwell says
Love it! Looks like a great lunch idea!
Hi – I was just wondering how you keep everything cold/cool till he eats lunch?
Great Question!!! I had this issue in the past when I was packing his lunch but I use these now for his lunchbox… http://www.packit.com/. They fold up and fit in the freezer, then in the morning I put his lunch in it and it stays cold until lunch time. They have been awesome, and I actually just ordered another one for this year.
Thanks for your reply Kristy 🙂 Guess I didn’t think of it like that! You are right, many children are nibblers 🙂
you don’t have to heat up the corndogs? I just assumed they would have to be served warm.
If they are frozen, which these were, I heated them up initially then packed them. My kids like theirs lukewarm/semi-cold so it would totally depend on preference.