Perfect Fits for Lunchboxes

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Thinking of what lunchbox meals to prepare for your kids? For sure, this back to school season has parents all riled up. Well, worry not! We are here to help you out!

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Photo credit: kitchencouture.com

But first things first, let us make sure that your children will have a rocking lunchbox! After all, this is the first thing they will see during snack time so you would surely want them to be attracted to it, right? Well, we have just the lunchbox for you—Joseph Joseph GoEat lunch box. This lunch box has plenty of divisions so it can accommodate a full meal. Plus, it is space saving too!

Now that have that covered, let us now proceed to recipe ideas! If you wish to give your children kid-friendly yet healthy and delicious recipes, here are some ideas that you should try:

Crockpot BBQ Chicken

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Photo credit: familyfreshmeals.com

This is the easiest bbq chicken dish that you can ever make! Get the full list of ingredients from Family Fresh Meals.

Season chicken breast slices with sea salt. Place it in the crockpot afterwards. Place brown sugar, Worcestershire sauce, bbq sauce and Italian dressing in a mixing bowl then mix well. Pour the resulting mixture over the chicken in the crockpot. Cover the crockpot and cook chicken on high heat for 3 to 4 hours. Remove chicken from crockpot and allow to cool. Using a fork, shred chicken. Cook the shredded chicken in sauce for 10- 15 minutes. You can serve it over rice, in wraps or in buns.

This will be your child’s favorite snacks! Up next, let us try something healthy yet yummy!

Asian Chicken Salad Lettuce Cups

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Photo credit: bettycrocker.com

This is an appetizer that will be perfect for the lunchbox! Get the full list of ingredients from Betty Crocker.

Place all ingredients, except peanuts and lettuce, in a medium-sized bowl and mix. Get two tablespoons of the chicken mixture and place it into the lettuce leaves. Top it off with peanuts.

See—it can be that easy! Up next, let’s try a classic kid’s favorite.

Pizza Quesadilla

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Who can say no to pizza? Get the full list of ingredients from Food.

Get a non-stick skillet and place it over medium heat. Spray with cooking spray and let it heat up. Once the oil is already hot, place 1 tortilla in the pan. Spread sauce on the tortilla right away. Place layers of pepperoni slices on top of the sauce. Top off with shredded cheese. Top off with another tortilla. Cook until the sides of the tortilla are already brown.

Two favorites—pizza and quesadilla—rolled into one! What can be better than that? Lastly, let us try another take on pizza.

Pizza Roll Ups

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Photo credit: food.com

Pizza is always, always a good idea! Get the full list of ingredients from Food.

Preheat oven to 450 degrees. Coat the baking sheet with cooking spray. Roll dough onto a floured surface. Spread pasta or pizza sauce over the dough. Sprinkle mozzarella cheese on top. Arrange pepperoni slices on top of the sauce. Roll up the dough. Cut the resulting roll crosswise. Make 10 slices. Place the slices on the baking sheet with the cut side down. Brush oil on top. Top off with parmesan and mozzarella. Bake for 15 minutes or until golden brown.

These recipes are the perfect back to school lunchbox meals for your little ones! Be warned, they will keep asking for more once they get a bite of these dishes!