Another whole week of school lunches!

I am packing these lunches in my favorite thermal lunch bag from Thirty-One. Click the picture to get yours. 

I am packing these lunches in my favorite thermal lunch bag from Thirty-One. Click the picture to get yours. 

I've got another whole week of school lunches to share with you! This week has some fun variety of things that you can do to keep the lunches new and fresh. We've got fruits and veggies, snacks, a sandwich, and even a field trip lunch.

Leftovers from Taco Tuesday! They all have chips, sugar snap peas, and a quarter of an apple. In the small container one has fish sticks (my cheat for easy fish tacos!), one has chicken, one has refried beans, and one has refried beans with chicken and cheese.

These are packed in EasyLunchboxes. The little container with the protein is one I got a while back at Daiso, sadly I've never been able to find it online. The little spoons are just a disposable plastic baby spoon. They are the perfect size for the lunch box, and I don't have to worry about them getting lost. 

Easy school lunch idea from WhatLisacooks.com

A muffin lunch! the two in the EasyLunchbox container have two muffins, cheese, cheerios, dried fruit and nuts, and a few yogurt covered cookies. 

The other two were off on a field trip, so they got everything in disposable packages. They also have a muffin, cheese, and dried fruit. In addition to that they also got applesauce, seaweed snacks, and a juice. For field trips I like to pack things that are very portable and easy to eat. 

Easy packed school lunch from WhatLisaCooks.com

I don't think it takes much to make a sandwich look like a nice meal. These are half sandwiches, each child has something a little different. They have cheese, strawberries, pirate's boody, and a couple of fig cookies. I love using a colorful little pick in a sandwich, it brightens it up so much. And a bright silicone cup is perfect for a couple of strawberries. 

Quick and simple school lunch from WhatLisaCooks.com

A box of little nibbles. For those with smaller appetites, a box with lots of little nibbles can be a lot of fun. Here she has crackers, broccoli, two cheeses, banana chips, cheerios, turkey, applesauce, and yogurt. These little flower pot cups are one of my favorites. 

Simple snack box lunch from WhatLisaCooks.com

Last but not least - this was one of my favorite lunches. It's just so bright and fresh. This is my kind of meal! They have grapes, cherries, strawberries, and half a plum. For a veggie they have sugar snap peas. Cheese and crackers go perfectly with fruit. And a few whole wheat fig cookies to round it out. 

Simple and pretty school lunch idea from WhatLisaCooks.com
A week of easy school lunch ideas from WhatLisaCooks.com
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Lisa Marsh

Mom to two sets of twins.