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I love this recipe because it allows the kids to have the freedom to create what they like but it’s also good for them. Tennis ball sleeves make the perfect lunchbox for a wrap, and sometimes I’ll even pack a lunch in a paint can, which serves two purposes: keeps the lunch from getting ruined and gives the kids an opportunity to decorate their lunchbox.


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  • 1 flour tortilla
  • 2 Tablespoons mayo
  • 6 Ounces roasted chicken, shredded
  • 2 Ounces cheese, such as American or Swiss
  • 4 Ounces cooked green beans


Calories Per Serving978

Folate equivalent (total)154µg39%

A Delicious Selection Of Lunch Box Ideas (That Are Far From Boring)

It's what you've been waiting all summer for - back to school! But, if you're looking to keep the kids happy, you're going to have to make up a smashing lunch box for them to tell all their friends about. Gone are the days of basic and boring lunch boxes, we're all about exciting and adventurous menu items like Cheese Straws, Chicken & Avocado Roll Ups and Chocolate Chip Muffins (you need a pudding!). Not to mention, homemade Courgette Crisps and Cheese Biscuits.

These chicken avocado salad pinwheels double as a nutritious lunch and an adorable party appetiser.

Making your own apple crisps is very easy and it's a delicious healthy snack to have on hand and not to mention, one of our favourite apple recipes. Use your favourite apple and try slicing them as thinly as you can. We like using a mandoline for even slices! The best part is that these are perfect both made in the oven or in air fryer!

We LOVE all these wild two and three ingredient recipe ideas. And there really is no excuse when it comes to making these savoury biscuits, as three ingredients and less than 20 minutes is all it takes to create the tasty cheesy treats. Also, they're a guaranteed crowd pleaser for a homemade afternoon tea.

Crunchy, flaky, and cheesy. What's not to love? These cheese straws are studded with cheddar, spring onions, and sesame seeds for the most flavour packed straws we ever had. Using shop-bought puff pastry makes them extremely easy to pull together for a party!

There's nothing worse than a pasta salad with mushy pasta. Learn how to cook pasta (it's trickier than you think!) and get your fusilli perfectly al dente.

They say there is nothing better than a warm chocolate chip cookie fresh out of the oven. Enter the chocolate chip muffin. Freshly baked, these muffins are perfection. A perfect crispy top that will pop right off (the proper way to eat a muffin) and fluffy body that makes them stand tall. These are the muffins we want to wake up to every single morning.

'Lunch-to-Go' Lunchbox - Recipes

Under 300 Calorie Lunch-To-Go (Weight Loss Recipes)

I am so excited to share with you my quick and easy Lunch-To-Go idea which is under 300 calories. So if your are struggling to find the time to cook or you are struggling to eat healthy, these recipes are for you. All of the ingredients that I have chosen either does not need to be cooked or they can be bought ready from local supermarket. Therefore it only take 5 minutes to prepare them. It is quick, large in portion, low in calorie and you will lose weight.

1) Lunch 1 (Prawn Pita Pockets) &ndash Grab & Go

1) One Whole Wheat Pita Bread = 142cals
2) 1 tbsp of Low Fat Greek yoghurt = 16cals
3) 3oz / 85g of Prawns (about 7 large prawns) = 88.5cals &ndash **100g = 104cals
4) 1/8 of an Avocado = 34.5cals
5) 80g of sliced Tomatoes (1 medium tomato) = 14.5cals
6) 1 tsp of Lemon for flavour = 1cal
**Add Lettuce at the side **It&rsquos considered free food because of the low calorie.

Total cals = 296.5 cals

Steps :
1) Slice the pita bread into 2
2) Mix the yoghurt, prawns, avocado and lemon
3) Tuck the sliced tomatoes into the pitas and add the creamy prawn mixture into the pitas.
4) Wrap the pitas with kitchen foil and it&rsquos ready to go!

2) Lunch 2 (Spicy Grilled Chicken Salad) &ndash Protein packed

1) 50g of Lettuce = 7.5cals
**Or as much lettuce as you want as Lettuce is considered &ldquoFree Food&rdquo.
2) 15g of Goat&rsquos Cheese = 40cals
3) 100g of sliced Tomatoes (1 medium tomato) = 18cals
4) 3.5oz / 100g of Grilled Chicken = 164.5cals
5) 30g of Hot Salsa Sauce = 10cals
**Option: Your favourite salad dressing
6) 1 tbsp of Mixed Seeds = 57.5cals

Mix all the ingredients together, pack your protein packed salad into a large lunch box and it&rsquos ready to go.

Total Cals = 297.5cals

3) Lunch 3 (Rainbow CousCous Salad) &ndash Vegan: Packed with Protein

1) 40g of uncooked Whole Wheat Couscous (which will be 90g cooked) = 103cals
2) 100g of sliced Tomatoes (1 medium tomato) = 18cals
3) ¼ can of drained & rinsed Red Beans (which is about 60g) = 56cals
4) ¼ of drained & rinsed Chickpeas (which is about 60g) = 65.5cals
5) 50g of frozen Sweet Corn & Peas = 41cals
6) 1 tsp of Lemon for flavour
**Option: You may add other vegetables of your choice, garlic or onion.

Total cals = 283.5cals

Steps :
1) Cook the 40g of couscous with 80ml of water . If you are using pre-cooked couscous (which is commonly found in the market today), place your couscous in a bowl, and add the 80ml of very hot or simmering (not boiling) water and cover it for 5-10mins. You may also add some vegetable stock for flavour. After 5-10mins, gently break apart and fluff the cooked couscous with a fork.
2) Allow the frozen sweet corn and peas to thaw.
3) Gently heat up the red beans and chickpeas.
4) Once all the ingredients are ready, just mix them into a large lunch box container, drizzle with some lemon and it&rsquos ready to go!

How to Pack the Lunch

These recipes can certainly be packed in brown bags, but there are such wonderful and high tech insulated lunch boxes and sacks on the market that have built-in food safety features: thermoses, a space to slip a pre-frozen gel pack, even pockets for wet wipes and utensils. Take some time to browse through the selection at your store or online and your child will be well equipped all year.

Portion size is critical when planning lunches and recipes for your children. Here's a general guide for grade school lunch portion sizes:

  • Two to three ounces of meat or cheese
  • One or two slices of bread OR 1/2 cup grain or rice
  • At least two different fruits or vegetables
  • 1 cup milk or 4 ounces dairy product

Grub for the Hub

Tara of Monkey Munchables writes, “If there is one thing I find a lack of when I’m browsing the web for ideas, it’s adult lunches. Because of that I started documenting the lunches I pack my husband, as well as the lunches I do for my daughter (Even snuck a couple lunches that were mine in here). If any of you are struggling to find new ideas for lunch, I hope you find some inspiration here!”

Find some of Tara’s lunches for her hubby HERE and HERE.

Kid-Approved Lunches

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Crunchy Cereal Chicken Fingers

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20 of The Best “Non-Sandwich” Lunchbox Ideas

Kids all around the world are heading back to school or even starting for the first time this week and I know for many parents the thought of resuming “packed lunch duties” fills them with dread!

Trying to balance what your picky eating child wants for lunch with what you think will be nutritious and filling is not always easy.

I know my kids love nothing more than a simple ham or cheese sandwich but I’m always trying to widen our lunch box repertoire.

Don’t get me wrong, there’s nothing wrong with the humble sandwich a couple of times a week but when you’re trying to introduce more variety into your family’s diet, it’s good to have some other options on hand too.

So here’s 20 of my favourite healthy and filling recipe ideas to liven up your child’s lunch box this new school year!

Really easy to make and packed with nutritious ingredients, these Salmon Pinwheels make an excellent lunch for kids either at home or packed into a lunchbox!

These little frittatas are a lunchbox hit! Enjoy them cold in the lunchbox or hot as an easy dinner, whatever way you eat them, these noodle and veggie frittatas are super yummy and so easy to make! These are perfect for upping your lunchbox game and making something fun and different that the kids will love.

Easy one-bowl Savoury Pizza Muffins, perfect for the kids’ lunch boxes or as an afternoon snack! These lunchbox muffins are so easy to make, all the ingredients are mixed together in one bowl and then baked in a muffin tin in the oven.

5 ingredient eggy quinoa cups are perfect for the lunchbox! If your kids aren’t fans of quinoa, this might be a good starter recipe, as it is absorbed by the eggs and the flavour of the cheese, just making them a little crunchier than quiche.

These Mac n Cheese Muffins (with peas!) are the perfect addition to a kids’ lunchbox. This is pretty much just a classic Mac n Cheese recipe with peas added for a few extra nutrients!

A delicious and super easy pizza flavoured pasta salad recipe. Ready in less than 15 minutes and perfect for lunch boxes, picnics and BBQ’s this summer!

This cucumber sushi for kids recipe is seaweed free, easy to make and so far kid approved.

These frittata fingers are packed, not only with cherry tomatoes, but also peas and peppers. Eggs are a really nutritious source of protein, making a healthy and delicious lunch. If you want to make these frittata fingers ahead of time, they can be cooled and then kept covered in the fridge for up to 2 days.

These muffins are gluten-free, but nice and filling and great for fuelling small tummies for breakfast, lunch and in the lunchbox! They freeze and defrost well.

Super easy to make and packed with mixed vegetables, these Veggie Pizza Puff Pastry Roll Ups are sure to go down a treat. These Pizza Roll Ups are absolutely delicious eaten still warm but they also taste great the next day too and make the perfect lunchbox treat!

Wholemeal yoghurt dough requires 2 ingredients, yep, that’s it, 2 ingredients, self-raising wholemeal flour and greek yoghurt. Then the filling has 2 ingredients, meaning you only need 4 ingredients to make these cheese and leek wholemeal yoghurt dough scrolls.

A delicious combination of avocado and strawberry makes this macaroni salad recipe the perfect summer meal and great for kids!

All kids love food shaped liked balls. Think about it, bliss balls, meatballs, they have kid appeal and these salmon and veggie balls are no different. Combining some of our favourite flavours, they have major kid approval! And, they go on skewers in the lunchbox, and we all know that food on a stick is a major winner for kids!

These Ham & Cheese Wraps and folded up like mini burritos and dry fried quickly to make them melting on the inside but soft and warm on the outside. So delicious and perfect for lunch at home or a packed lunch at school!

These are an upgrade from your usual mini pizza bases. And they are easy to make and gluten free. The brown rice mini pizzas also freeze well so they are perfect for back to school! Top them how you like, knowing that the base is super healthy.

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I think one of the best things about these Quick and Easy Lunchbox Quiches is that the flavours are adaptable. You can tailor them to what your child may like.

Delicious kid friendly sausage rolls packed with carrot and courgette. Everyone will love these Hidden Veggie Sausage Rolls!

Delicious savoury muffins packed full of vegetables like spinach and peppers. As well as being super delicious, these savoury muffins are really easy to make. Everything can be mixed in one bowl by hand so there’s no special equipment required.

These muffins are tasty yet mild, perfect for little taste buds. I used broccoli and courgette / zucchini in my recipe but I often use other veg depending on what I have in my fridge. It’s also a great way to use up any leftover cooked veg that you have hanging round!

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23 Easy Low FODMAP Lunchbox Fillers

Lunch time doesn’t need to be boring while on the low FODMAP diet! There are plenty of easy and filling low FODMAP lunchbox fillers you can enjoy. To help you get started we’ve put together a list of our lunchbox favourites.

23 Easy Low FODMAP Lunchbox Fillers

1. Cherry Tomatoes

These juicy balls of goodness make a perfect lunch box snack and need absolutely no prep. Portion out your punnet of cherry tomatoes to make packing your lunch box a breeze.

2. Cheese & Rice Crackers

Low FODMAP cheese with rice crackers is a tried and true snack and it is a fantastic way to boost your calcium intake during the day.

3. Serve of Low FODMAP Fruit

There are so many options while on the low FODMAP diet! If you are a berry lover then try fresh strawberries, raspberries or blueberries. If citrus is your cup of tea then try an easy to peel mandarin or navel orange. Reduce constipation with a serve of kiwifruit or round out your lunchbox with a firm banana or a handful of grapes. Check your low FODMAP app for serving size information.

4. Veggie Sticks & Low FODMAP Hummus

You might be thinking that hummus is off the table while on the low FODMAP diet…. Well think again! You can whip up a low FODMAP batch of hummus at home and use it for your lunch box. We love pairing hummus with low FODMAP veggie sticks (red pepper, carrot, and cucumber).

5. Rice Cakes with Peanut Butter

Rice cakes with peanut butter make a substantial lunch box filler and are perfect for when you are in a rush. Just make sure you limit your serving to two rice cakes and two tablespoons of peanut butter. If you want to mix it up try adding sliced banana or strawberry jam as an additional topping.

6. Low FODMAP Trail Mix

Low FODMAP trail mix is super easy to make at home. Simply mix a low FODMAP serve of nuts or seeds with a tablespoon of dried cranberries, a tablespoon of desiccated coconut, and a tablespoon of dark chocolate chips. Grab some small containers and make a batch of seven serves to get you through your week.

7. Homemade Banana & Chocolate Chip Muffins

Whip up a batch of homemade low FODMAP muffins on the weekend and stash them in the freezer! Pop them in your lunch box to defrost and then warm them in the microwave for 15 seconds to refresh them and make them lovely and soft.

Our favourite low FODMAP muffins are:

8. Popcorn

Keep it simple by adding a bag of popcorn to your lunch box. If buying seasoned popcorn watch out for high FODMAP ingredients like honey, high fructose corn syrup, lactose, onion or garlic powders.

9. Plain Potato Chips

Another awesome low FODMAP convenience food for your lunch box is a bag of plain potato chips. These are also fantastic when you get hangry and the only open store is the gas station.

10. Pretzels

Ah pretzels where have you been all my life? Can’t believe I didn’t discover these until a couple of years ago… have to say I am a little bit addicted to this salty snack. Good news is ½ cup of pretzels is low FODMAP, just avoid larger serves.

11. Plain Corn Chips + Homemade Salsa

Plan corn chips are the perfect combination of salty and crunchy. You get bonus points here if you whip up a batch of homemade salsa to add to your lunch box. We love mixing diced bell peppers, cucumber, spring onion tips, pineapple and fresh cilantro to create some epic low FODMAP goodness.

12. Low FODMAP Nuts or Seeds

Low FODMAP nuts and seeds are a wonderful source of healthy fats, antioxidants, vitamins and fibre. They also make for filling snacks. Seed options include: pumpkin seeds, sunflower seeds, sesame seeds. Nut options include: walnuts, pecans, macadamia, peanuts, brazil nuts and tiger nuts. Check your low FODMAP app for serving size recommendations.

13. Lactose free yoghurt or coconut yoghurt

Boost your intake of low FODMAP probiotics by including a serve of lactose free yoghurt or coconut yoghurt in your lunchbox. If you don’t like your yoghurt plain try adding a serve of low FODMAP fruit or blending through some strawberries.

14. Hawaiian Pineapple Toastie

Say what?! I bet you thought toasted sandwiches were off the menu… good news is there is a range of low FODMAP cheese to choose from. We love this simple but classic low FODMAP Hawaiian toastie .

15. Peanut Butter & Jelly Sandwich

The humble peanut butter and jelly sandwich can be included in your lunchbox! If you can’t find a low FODMAP jelly then, we recommend swapping it for low FODMAP strawberry jam instead.

16. Leftovers

No one likes to have to cook every meal. Give yourself a break and cook a couple of extra serves at dinner. Freeze one and pack the other for lunch the next day. Low FODMAP soups, stews, curries and saucy stir-fries all make great options. Recipe featured below is our tomato free spaghetti bolognese .

17. Simple Smoked Chicken Salad

If you are short on time fill your lunch box with baby spinach, slices of smoked chicken, cherry tomatoes, cucumber, radish and green spring onion tips. Make your own Italian dressing by mixing together garlic infused oil, olive oil, white vinegar, sugar, mixed herbs (no onion or garlic), and black pepper.

18. Rice crackers topped with salmon, cucumber and & cracked pepper

Oh so simple and delicious! Top your rice crackers with a dollop of cottage cheese, plain smoked salmon, cucumber, sprig of dill and a good seasoning of cracked pepper. This is heaven on a rice cracker.

19. Homemade falafel with garlic infused aioli

Homemade low FODMAP falafel is a filling lunch box option. We like to cook a double batch and keep some in the freezer for an easy mid-week lunch box option. Then serve with a pottle of homemade aioli (mix together mayonnaise, garlic infused oil, lemon juice and black pepper).

20. No Bake Energy Bars

Our low FODMAP no bake energy bars are one of the most popular recipes on our website! They are so easy to make and you can have them fully prepped and in the fridge chilling within ten minutes.

21. Low FODMAP Certified Snacks

Monash FODMAP app and FODMAP Friendly app have a range of low FODMAP certified snack products. Check out the apps today to find out what is available in your area.

22. Dark Chocolate (’cos everyone needs a treat!)

Everyone needs an afternoon pick me up. Dark chocolate is my go to and it is low FODMAP in 30g serves.

23. Hard boiled eggs

Hard boiled eggs are a fantastic low FODMAP protein hit and contain zero FODMAPs. These are a great choice if you are worried about over doing the FODMAPs with too many snacks.

Lunch To Go

Try these creative, make-ahead recipes for healthful midday meals.

Taking your lunch to work saves you money, and when you start with fresh ingredients, you’ll enjoy a more healthful meal as well. With just a little organization and a few supplies― such as an insulated bag and serving-sized containers―your lunch box options will be invitingly inspired. Try these four tips to ensure brown bagging success every time.

1. Make dishes ahead when possible. Barley and Beef Soup, like many soups and stews, improves with time make it the night before. Lemony Hummus, too, will grow better as its ingredients marry.

Struggling to cook healthy? We'll help you prep.

2. Keep it separate. To prevent soggy sandwiches, pack separate zip-top bags of tomato slices, lettuce, and bread, then assemble the sandwiches just before serving. Similarly, don’t dress leafy salads until you are ready to eat. Salt will draw moisture out of watery ingredients, so add items such as tomatoes and cucumbers to a grain salad at the last minute for the best results. However, some sandwiches, like Tuna Pan Bagnat, are meant to absorb some liquid from the filling, so can be assembled ahead of time.

3. Put leftovers to good use. Consider applying extras from dinner to the next day’s lunch. Slice leftover chicken or beef and serve it on top of pasta or salad greens, mix it into a grain salad (such as Tabbouleh with Chicken and Red Pepper), or make it into a sandwich. Chop extra grilled vegetables and add them to soups, salads, or sandwiches.

4. Stay safe. Keep cold food cold (below 40°) and hot food hot (above 140°) as it travels. Use insulated lunch bags, coolers, thermoses, ice bags, and frozen gel packs to help with temperature control. If reheating items in a microwave, the United States Department of Agriculture recommends they reach 165° and are served steaming hot.

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