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Kids Lunch Box Ideas for Picky Eaters

If you are in need of kids lunch box for kids who are picky eaters, then, read this article.

Last week, my girls resumed schooling and now they would be in school for the better part of the day.

But they are both extremely picky eaters. Thus, I had to start coming up with ideas for their lunch breaks.

The first thing I did was to compile a list of all the foods that I felt they would like based on my experience with them while they’ve been at home.

Though they didn’t agree with the whole list, I had to start from somewhere. Right?

Thus, in this article, I will be sharing with you what I did in case you keep coming short on what to prepare for your kids or you are already having some doubts of what you will do when your kids finally resume school.

Check it out…

  • Experiment

Don’t stick to sandwiches, experiment with other food items such as bagels and kebabs.

For example, you can modify pasta salad to suit your kid’s preferences and prepare fun kids lunch box ideas. Also, you can eat for your kids more fun by baking whole-grain tortilla chips. Most kids always like a food they can scoop up and a baked whole-grain tortilla chip is fun to scoop.

Another idea you can experiment with is to pack leftovers of whole-grain pancakes which you prepared on Sunday throughout the week. Laminate 2 pancakes with butter to make the pancakes proteinous. You can also make it more delicious by changing the flavors. Pumpkin, gingerbread, and banana-blueberry are examples of such flavors which you can add.

  • Tweak the preparation and packaging

Since most kids are distracted during lunchtime – they want to socialize right away.

It would be better if the foods are easier to eat. 

Hence, a bento-style lunchbox containing small blocks of fruit and cheese would be a suitable option.

Also, you can slice, roll and chop sandwiches into separate bites.

Then, add a visual color to it using raspberries and cherry tomatoes.

Finally, pack it using the bento-style lunchbox to make it attractive.

  • Add more flavor to their favorite foods

You can do this without reducing the nutritious value of the food. But you need to introduce this new flavor on and off for a few weeks.

For example, you can add some bits of carrot to the cheese sauce you are preparing for them.

You can send the leftovers for lunch after mastering the new recipe.

Finally, make your meal preparation much easier by using the dinner from the previous night.

And there you have it – you just learned Lunch Box Ideas for your kids who are picky eaters.

And if you start applying what you learned immediately, it won’t be long before you can get your kids to be excited about their lunch breaks.

However, before you start experimenting with the foods, let me warn you: don’t assume your kids are going to like every food equally.

This is a fairly common mistake that quite a few moms make.

Problem is, your kids will end up not eating the food and you would be left wondering about what you can or should do.

Fortunately, it’s easy to avoid. All you have to do is to involve them when you are experimenting by asking them for their opinion about each food and kids lunch box idea. 

So go ahead and get started by going through the suggestions above and picking an idea you can get started with right away because you’re going to start seeing the results!

I will suggest you get started with kids lunch box idea number 2 because it is my favorite but that’s just me – choose anything that is easy for you to start with.

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