We’ve collected a few great lunchtime recipes and activities for your kids to enjoy this Fall. There are tasty recipes where they can jump in and help out if not make entirely on their own as well as some great ideas for their school lunches. What do your kids love to find in their lunchbox?
Crescent Roll Pizzas
If your kids are pizza lovers, then they will love this quick and easy pizza roll, for a snack or lunch, and they can make it themselves which always helps when it comes to getting them to eat it!
Crispy Kale Chips
Getting kids to eat healthy starts with getting their hands to help in the kitchen. Kale chips are such a great healthy alternative to potato chips and are so delicious!
Jammin’ Pinwheel Sandwiches
This jammin’ pinwheel sandwich is a hit at any table and such a simple snack for your child to make with minimal assistance. This healthy snack allows your child to work on their fine motor skills while they slice, spread, and roll!
Fall-Themed Bento Box Lunch
Fall is filled with not only wonderful seasonal changes to leaves on trees, but with the advent of Fall we see wonderful Fall fruits and veggies. This themed lunch features both fall shapes and favorite fall fruits!
An Updated Take on Ants on a Log
Here’s a fun new take of a snack classic: ants on a log. This is a great treat for your kids to make on their own and you can enjoy together!
Salad in a Jar
Teach your children to make healthy food choices every day by offering them fun yet healthy lunchtime options. Kids will love creating this portable meal in a jar by adding all of their favorite veggies and fruits.
Create these colorful tie-dyed napkins with your kids and then use them in their lunch box. Reusable napkins are the green way to go and your child will be less likely to throw it away if it was their own hard work that created it!
Whole Wheat Goldfish Crackers
Make this popular snack at home using healthier ingredients and use different cookie cutter shapes to customize it to your child’s liking! That’s way more fun than squares! And you won’t believe how simple and easy it is.
Under the Sea Lunch
Every once in a while, it’s fun to go that extra-mile when packing your child’s lunch. We’ve included a fun and free printable to help you with that!
Date and Walnut Balls
Here’s another easy recipe for your kids to do on their own, plus, no cooking is required! And there’s no added sugar. This is definitely a treat that you can feel good about feeding to your kids!