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    Smile back to school lunch box ideas

    hi lovely hubbers with school going back in 2 weeks i thought i would start a list of lunch box goodies to mix thing up a bit for my LO's and so i dont have to think about it to much on the spot.. thought i put it here and then everyone can add their ideas and we can help each other with inspiring lunch boxes for all of our LO's

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    Fruit, apple, banana etc
    Pasta salad
    Cream cheese and tuna wraps
    Rice salad
    Cold homemade Pizza Slice
    Pizza scrolls
    Homemade veggie sausage rolls
    Sushi
    Pikelets
    Vegemite scrolls
    Corn Fritters
    Carrot cake
    Dried apricots and sultanas
    Small container of fruit,usually something like chopped up oranges, pears, strawberries etc)
    Small container of vegies, corn, cucumber, tomato, carrot
    Sandwich
    Tub of yoghurt
    Mini fritattas or quiches. Lots of veges
    Cold fritters or rissoles or meatballs
    Pumpkin scones
    Pita chips (cut up pita, spray with oil, chuck in oven till crispy) with some salsa and guacamole (make that guac at home... lime/lemon juice and mashed avo).
    Hard boiled eggs
    Plain popcorn/with a tiny bit of seasoning.
    Scones
    Mini muffins
    Tossed salads
    Carrot sticks and celery sticks and cucumber sticks with tiziki or hommus
    Chicken lettuce and mayo wraps
    Cold chipolatas
    Banana yoghurt muffins

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    anyone ???

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    Home made muesli bars! Minus all the nasties in supermarket ones!!!

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    We have a gas problem at the moment, so no oven baking for us, only what we can do in the electric frying pan so I'm currently making pikelets every few days to stock up the freezer and incorporate baking into our day. Looks like it will be:

    2x fruit
    1x yoghurt
    1x sandwich
    pikelets.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tamara101 View Post
    Home made muesli bars! Minus all the nasties in supermarket ones!!!
    oh YUMMY i forgot about those

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    Pikelets are a great idea! I might make some to freeze for when playgroup starts again.
    We sometimes take cereal in small containers. Like cherios just to snack on if I haven't had a chance to get to the green grocers that morning.

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    Falafel Balls in a container with cherry tomatoes, carrot sticks and cheese.
    Boiled Eggs.
    Homemade Pizza Slice
    Salads such as Pasta Salad and Potato salad.
    Homade mini sausage rolls or quiches

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    Not much to add the lists above had great ideas

    - Apricot / coconut balls
    Leftovers from dinner (if your kindy heats food)
    - butter chicken and rice
    - Sheperds pie
    - Corned beef
    - Tiny Teddies


 

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