Weekly Lunch Box Recipes & Ideas from Idli Upma, Aloo Paratha, Rajma Chawal and More

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Get Lunchbox Recipes & Ideas for School Kids. Use these ideas and recipes to help you pack your kids lunch boxes, plan for them. Planning lunch box does need prior preparation and when you have a menu laid out in front of you, then putting it together just becomes a breeze. This week we have have an almost no repeat day, where you can your kids can have wholesome and healthy lunch boxes to work and school.

Lunch Box Recipes

MenuSnack Box (3yrs & above)Lunch Box (6yrs & above)
Monday Grilled Tomato Cheese Sandwich and dry fruits Rajma Chawal, Cucumber Salad & Chaas
Tuesday Idli Upma and fresh fruits Aloo Paratha, Yogurt and Pickle 
Wednesday Whole Wheat Waffles with Nutella and dry fruits Cauliflower Sabzi, Tawa Paratha, Green Salad 
Thursday Semiya Upma & Fresh Fruits Pasta Primavera With Fresh Basil & fruits
Friday Aloo Poha with Walnuts & Cheese  Aloo Bhindi Sabzi, Phulka, Salad & Yogurt

Tips for Planning 

MenuPlanning & Tips (A Day Before)
Monday Soak and cook the rice and rajma masala on sunday. It helps ease the morning rush. Shop fresh bread and keep ready for making sandwiches too.
Tuesday Make idli batter the previous day. Or if you have left over idlis, making the idli upma is a lot easier. Boil Potatoes and make the potato masala for the aloo parathas. Prepare the dough for the parathas, so making it the next day is a lot easier and planned.   
Wednesday Cut the cauliflower florets and puree tomato for the sabzi, make the roti atta ready as well.  Waffles need no preparation.
Thursday  Cut the vegetables for the semiya upma, boil the pasta the for the Pasta Primavera and cut fruits as well. Make the pasta fresh by tossing in all the ingredients.
Friday Boil the potatoes for the poha the previous day, cut the bhindi and aloo the keep it ready to make the sabzi the next morning. Make the roti dough as well prepared, so making rotis is a matter if just rolling it.