This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of Sara Lee® Bread.
Need some Healthy School Lunch Ideas that the kids will love? This fun and flavorful lunch will be a hit! But don’t worry Moms . . . it is quick and easy too!
My daughter is about to start kindergarten. We are super excited! She cant wait to learn and make friends. And I can’t wait to have a few silent moments to myself! Hey, don’t judge. She is in her nonstop talking phase.
Besides silence, I am also looking forward to making her lunches. I don’t think I’ll be one of those moms that creates a lunch that is a 3-D representation of her favorite cartoon character. But, I will add a few extra special touches to remind her that I love her every day at lunch.
Sara Lee® Bread has created another way to show the kiddo that I love her, Loveable Lunch Notes. These 30 customizable free printable notes are the perfect addition to any lunch box! Visit their site to download your Loveable Lunch Notes. And there is also a coupon waiting for you there.
These notes will bring a smile to your kids face. Such a nice surprise from Mom or Dad!
I made these fun peanut butter and honey sandwich roll ups. My daughter absolutely loved them because they looked like sandwich sushi rolls!
They are super easy to make. Cut the crusts off Sara Lee® Bread, flatten with rolling pin, spread peanut butter, drizzle honey, roll up and slice.
Cut the fruit into fun shapes to get the kids excited. It works every time.
I cut cantaloupe into crescent moons.
This Creamy Lemon Blueberry Salad is a healthy fruit salad. It only takes 4 ingredients! Get the recipe below.
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Creamy Lemon Blueberry Salad
- 11 ounces Fresh Blueberries, approx 2 cups
- Zest of 2 Lemons, 1 Tb
- 1 container Vanilla Yogurt, 6oz
- 1/2 teaspoon Sugar, optional
- Mix all ingredients.
- Store in refrigerator.
Now we are ready for Back To School!
This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of Sara Lee® Bread.0
Joshua Hampton says
Perfect timing, this post. My son is starting kindergarten too, and I’m compiling recipes for lunches he’d actually eat. Thanks for these.
Nicole Harris says
You’re welcome! Good luck with Kindergarten!
Sam // DIY Just Cuz says
GREAT idea! I live in Japan so the sandwich sushi rolls are my fav 😉
Silas Knight says
I love these tips for making school lunch fun. Cutting fruit into fun shapes is such a good idea! I can’t believe I have never thought about that. I think school cafeterias would do well to try that as well.
Nicole Harris says
My daughter loves the fun shapes!