15 Lunch Ideas your Kids will want to Eat!




These creative school lunch ideas for kids are just the ticket to getting them to eat their lunch. Plan for these healthy and fun lunches your kids will love!


5 Pinwheel Sandwiches for Lunch Boxes
Not only are the options endless, but these roll-up tortilla sandwiches are easy enough for the kids to make. Five yummy pinwheel sandwiches for big and little kids’ lunch boxes. Recipe from Pioneer Woman.


Soba Noodle Salad with Chicken and Scallions
Toss soba noodles, leftover chicken, and thinly sliced red cabbage in a kid-approved dressing of soy sauce, rice vinegar, ginger, and garlic to make this cool Asian-inspired salad. Get recipe from Martha Stewart.


Mini Deep Dish Pizzas
Pizza always goes over really well with kids. These mini dish dish pizzas will be a huge hit and guaranteed to be eaten by picky eaters! Recipe by One Little Project.


Italian Sub Wrap
What happens when you wrap up sub fillings in a tortilla? You get a kid-friendly lunch! Get recipe from Kraft.


Healthy Bento Box Lunch
Get your kid's lunchtime rolling with mini wheels pasta salad, bell-pepper strips, a hard-boiled egg, chocolate graham crackers, and mango chunks. Get idea from Parents.com.


Roasted Chicken Salad Wrap
Use leftover roast chicken to whip up this chicken salad studded with sweet cranberries and crunchy celery. Wrap it up in soft tortillas for a lunchbox-friendly meal. Get recipe from Food Network.


Turkey Caesar Sandwich
Make a quick version of Caesar dressing by mixing lemon juice and Parmesan into light mayonnaise. Spread on multigrain bread then pile on smoked turkey and romaine lettuce. Get recipe from Martha Stewart.


DIY Lunchables
Kids love Lunchables so why not create your own. This recipe uses wheat bread rounds for the crust along with pepperoni, mozzarella, marinara sauce, and a couple of small pieces of candy, since half the fun of the Lunchable is the treat. Come up with your creation! Idea from Snap Eat Run.


Wagon Wheel Pasta Salad
This salad is simple and makes an adorable and tasty addition to any lunch box. Get recipe from Food Network.


Sandwich-on-a-Stick
This deconstructed sandwich is bound to banish the lunch box blues! Instead of layering the sandwich ingredients, put them on a skewer for a tasty twist on a kid-friendly lunch. Get recipe from Kraft.


Mini BLT Wraps 
This may not be the traditional BLT sandwich with bread but the tortilla wrapped version makes for a tasty sandwich. Kids will love this yummy mini version. Get recipe from The Girl Who Ate Everything.


Take-to-School Taco Bar
If your kids love taco night, surprise them with a do-it-yourself taco bar that fits neatly into a lunch box. Get recipe from Food Network.


Cucumber Cream Cheese Sammies
These light and refreshing sandwiches are perfect for kids' lunchboxes. And they are easy and quick to make. Get recipe from Weelicious.


Bean-and-Veggie Sliders
These mini bean-and-veggie burgers take inspiration from Vietnamese banh mi sandwiches. Blended beans and rice are the basis of these sliders, which are supercharged with grated carrots, broccoli, and ginger. Top them with cilantro and sliced mango for the brightest sandwiches ever. Get recipe from Martha Stewart.


Smashed Chickpeas with Pita
This easy salad has all the flavours of a falafel without the deep-frying. Add a little feta if your child prefers. Get recipe from Bon Appetit.

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