Follow us on Pinterest
Welcome! Log In | Register |
Log In with

Healthy Homemade Lunches Your Kids Will Love

Experts say brown-bagging your kids' lunches is the best way to make sure they eat right at school. Here, the chefs at Whole Foods Market offer ideas for four DIY lunches so tasty even picky eaters will love them.

  • Comment Comments (0)
  • Print Print
Evan Sklar
The Vegetarian
Evan Sklar
Evan Sklar
Evan Sklar
Prev 5 of 5 Next
Prev 1 of 5 Next

For the Comfort-Food Lover

PB&J made with whole-grain bread, natural peanut butter, and no-sugar-added jelly

Baked sweet potato or veggie chips

Apple or banana

What do you think of this story? Leave a Comment.

Prev 2 of 5 Next

For the Vegetarian

Toasted pita triangles

Small container of hummus

Carrot sticks

Cherry tomatoes

Trail mix with almonds, cashews, and dried fruits

What do you think of this story? Leave a Comment.

Prev 3 of 5 Next

For the Eat-and-Run Kid

Wrap made with whole wheat tortilla, grilled chicken, romaine lettuce, tomatoes, provolone cheese, kalamata olives, and Caesar or ranch dressing

What do you think of this story? Leave a Comment.

Prev 4 of 5 Next

The Snacker

Fruit-sweetened yogurt, such as 365 Everyday Value Organic Yogurt

Turkey or nitrite-free ham

Whole wheat crackers

Cherry tomatoes

Raisins

Originally published in FITNESS magazine, October 2008.

What do you think of this story? Leave a Comment.

What do you think? Review this slideshow!

7518562834
LisaC1995 wrote:

Love when people suggest that kids bring highly allergenic nuts to school. I get that they are healthy--just not in a school environment.

9/13/2012 11:05:57 AM Report Abuse

Add your comment


You must be logged in to leave a comment. Register | Log In

Please confirm your comment by answering the question below and clicking "Submit Comment."

Todays Daily Prize
More Smart Savings
Fitness Magazine on Facebook

Go Shopping