I'm really impressed with Lunchboxes. Not only is there a ton of diverse recipes, but I have already made two lunches without having to go to the store. I had all the ingredients in my fridge, but was still able to serve my son different and nutritional lunch! Thanks for all the work!
Never run out of lunch ideas for kids for school, daycare, preschool or even at home.
All lunches are nut-free or nut-optional
Format: digital download
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What parents are saying
I don't know what magic you imbibe in your recipes, but it works every time! I bought your bundle and tried the fish stick po'boy tonight. My 2.5 yo LOVED the remoulade, and tried and then ate the fish sticks, which he's never had before. (To be fair, he was hesitant until we let him know fish is meat, and then he was all in.) He also devoured the bread and tomato, and even tried some of the lettuce. A huge win for us!
- It’s a collection of lunch ideas for kids created by 11 parents from our Kids Eat in Color community
- Find a mixture of easy lunches and meals with make-ahead components
- Get lunch-packing ideas and side recommendations
- Lunches are nut-free or nut-optional, and several are top 8 allergen
“I don’t like peanut butter anymore,” said my seven-year-old. My worst nightmare! Peanut butter and jelly is my go-to lunch, and I could see that my child was burnt out. It was fair, I served a lot of peanut butter and jelly. I wasn’t sure what to make in its place, though.
Sometimes we just need some new ideas.
“Lunchboxes” is a collection of lunchboxes that represent our Kids Eat in Color parent community.
Our team (and kids!) tested these recipes, our Registered Dietitian Nutritionist approved them, and I love them.
So whether you are staying up late or waking up early to pack up lunches, I hope this collection helps you all year long.
-Jennifer Anderson, MSPH, RDN
Founder of Kids Eat in Color
Frequently Asked Questions
This ebook is designed to appeal to all kids. It also has some tips for serving lunches to picky eaters.
It is not designed for extreme picky eaters. If you have an extreme picky eater and need support to help them learn to try new foods, the BetterBites program will support you in your goals.
Nope. Our creators do suggest lunchboxes, but you can modify recipes to fit any lunchboxes you already have. There are plenty of recipes for all lunchboxes.
Not at this time. This is a digital book that can be accessed on all your digital devices (hello iphone and tablet!). Some parents choose to get our ebooks printed – that is great and handy! This can be done at your local supply store or online via Staples and FedEx.