This article ‘Kids bento lunch box ideas with a Japanese twist’ is a collaboration between Little Peeps Eats and Baby Bento.
Bento boxes are fast becoming the most popular way to pack school lunches. They are a fabulous way of providing a variety of foods in that look fun and interesting. By making food more appealing, we can greatly increase the chances of kids trying new foods, and increasing their fruit and veggie intake.Continue Reading →
This blog ‘9 ways to bring your healthy lunchbox to the next level’ is a collaboration between Bambino Love and Little Peeps Eats.
It’s easy to get stuck in a rut with packing lunchboxes, and choosing pre-packaged items that are convenient to pack. Unfortunately many pre-packaged items are high in salt, sugar, and other nasties, making them not always a fabulous option. Whilst there is nothing wrong with taking a shortcut once in a while, the good news is there are some simple healthy lunchbox swaps you can make to help your little peep reach their daily nutritional requirements.
I’d like to share with you some simple ideas and switches you can make to help your little peep meet their daily nutritional requirements.
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This article Cacao Nib Muesli Bars – A tasty lunchbox snack is a collaboration between Little Peeps Eat and Adventure Snacks.
Confession time. Sometimes the thought of cooking from scratch, wondering if I have all the ingredients, etc just hurts my tired mumma head. I just want someone to tell me YES! This is healthy. YES! You have all the ingredients. YES! It’s lunchbox friendly. That’s where these Homemade Cacao Nib Muesli Bars come in….Continue Reading →
I’m always on the hunt for ways to get extra veggies into the boys. Whilst I always serve up vegetables at dinnertime, I don’t think they eat quite enough to meet the daily nutritional requirement. For this reason, I’ve been getting creative with how I can incorporate veggies into other meals of the day, and most recently these Cheesy Vegetable Muffins have been a favourite lunch option.Continue Reading →
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Julian and Orlando both love pizza, we often make up a batch for dinner and freeze the rest to pack in lunchboxes! This recipe for Mini Wholemeal Pizzas is so easy and a great recipe to get the kids in the kitchen helping to make. We love our Foost Knife or getting the boys involved in the preparation of these!
Feel free to be creative with your toppings! Other great toppings include capsicum, mushrooms, olives, spinach, feta, sausage.Continue Reading →
Green eggs and ham rolls make a great sandwich alternative to pack in lunchboxes. They are protein rich, full good fats and vegetables. The inclusion of eggs, cheese and baby spinach make this a highly nutritious lunch option,Continue Reading →
We are all a bit pancake crazy in my house. We love to whip them up for a weekend breakfast or make little healthy blueberry pikelets as a snack to enjoy at any time.
The great news is they freeze really well, and incredibly handy to have on hand as a lunchbox snack.Continue Reading →
These baked Italian chicken meatballs are super tasty, and a fabulous option for either dinner or to pack in the lunchbox. There is something about serving food on sticks that my kids seem to really enjoy! By serving these on some mini skewers it makes it easy to add some veggies in, we like to add things like cherry tomatoes, pineapple and other veggies.
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