Meal Plan & Lunch Box Ideas
Kids Lunch Box - Punjabi Rajma Masala, Steamed Rice And Yogurt
Here, we are back with our new Kids Lunch Box that has some delicious recipes such as Punjabi Rajma Masala, Steamed Rice And Curd. Rajma Chawal is one great lunch box dish that stays and tastes well even when cold. I usually pack it along with yogurt or with steamed vegetables or sliced raw carrots and children simply love it. Due to its high protein and carb content, the Rajma Chawal keeps the children full and nourished with energy and nutrition throughout the day.
Whole Wheat Chocolate Chip Pancakes | Kids Lunch Box Recipes
School Lunch Box Ideas & Recipes: Whole Wheat Chocolate Chip pancakes with maple syrup or honey makes a delicious kids school snack box. The addition of whole wheat adds to the grain and the eggs or the yogurt adds to the protein. Drizzling the whole wheat chocolate chip pancakes with honey or maple syrup or even spreading nutella helps in provide the adequate energy from the sugars and carbohydrates.
Cauliflower Sabzi & Tawa Paratha | Kids Lunch Box Recipes
School Lunch Box Recipes & Ideas: A quick cauliflower (Gobi) vegetable for a lunch box can be make as quickly as 15 minutes if you have all ingredients ready the previous day. It stays well through the day and children simply love this non-messy combination for their lunch boxes. Pack this lunch box with Tawa Paratha and a glass of buttermilk for lunch. You could also pack some fruits to make the meal refreshing.
Carrot Uthappam with Apples | Kids Lunch Box Recipes
School Lunch Box Ideas and Recipes: Carrot Uthappam with Apples are nutritious and filling for the kids school snack box. The lunch box provides wholesome nutrients from the carrot used using regular Dosa Batter. The addition of fruits like an apple into the lunch box gives the required energy from the sugars making the kids feel alert during the day.
Kids Lunch Box Recipes: Walnuts, Cheese, Pomegranate & Cookies
School Lunchbox Ideas & Recipes: Walnuts or Almonds, Cheese Cubes, Chocolate Chip Cookies & a fruit like Pomegranate are a perfect friday snack box treat for the kids. Packed with healthy vitamins, minerals and calcium, the combination of this kids lunch box ensures that your child eats something healthy which is also delicious and filling.
Chickpea Sundal and Apples | School Lunch Box Recipes
Back To School Snack Box Ideas: Chickpea Sundal is a healthy and delicious recipe, made from Chana which is more often called Kabuli Chana. It is amazing to see how interesting children find it, picking up the chana one by one and relishing it for their school snack box. Combining it with a fruit, makes the child feel more refreshed with the sugars from the fruit, giving them that added energy.
Kids Lunch Box Recipes - Sliced Carrots, Cheese, Walnuts & Cookie
School Lunchbox Ideas & Recipes: Walnuts or Almonds, Cheese Cubes, Chocolate Chip Cookies & a fruit like Carrot are a perfect friday snack box treat for the kids. Packed with healthy vitamins, minerals and calcium, the combination of this kids lunch box ensures that your child eats something healthy which is also delicious and filling.
Kids Lunch Box Recipes: Pomegranate Cheese Cubes & Nuts
It is so refreshing to have a bite of Pomegranate, along with a bite of cheese and a little crunch from the nuts like badam or walnuts. I can already sense a mini taste of a dessert and children love this type of meditative eating. Here is a kids lunch box for children for their mid morning snack. As your child grows older, you can add half a sandwich into it to make a lunch box that is more filling.
Peanut Butter Jelly Sandwich,Cheese & Almonds | Kids Lunch Box Ideas
School Lunch Box Ideas & Recipe: Crunchy Peanut Butter and Jelly popularly known as the PB&J are simply delicious and every child loves it. Do watch out if your child has allergies, you could add or make almond butter to the sandwich. You could also add bananas to make it more nutritious.
Nutella Sandwiches, Grapes | Kids Lunch Box Recipes
School Lunch Box Ideas & Recipes: Nutella Sandwiches are a kids favorite and well mine too. I love mine along with sliced bananas and sometimes pack it for the kids the same way I like it. Packing some fruits along with a lunch box, makes the child more refreshed adding fiber, nutrients, minerals and energy to the diet.
Mini Idlis, Apples and Walnuts | Kids Lunch Box Recipes
School Lunch Box Recipes & Ideas: The Idli Upma is a delicious variation of the whole Idli’s. You can either use mini Idli’s or even crumble regular Idli’s to make the upma. The addition of fruits along with the Idli Upma, makes the upma feel less dry. The fruits also give the necessary sugars needed to awaken the senses.
Kids Lunch Box Recipes - Grapes, Walnuts & Cheese Cubes
Packing seasoning fruits into the kids lunch box like Grapes along with Walnuts and Cheese is refreshing for the children. Fruits and nuts provide the right amount of nutrition for the children. Packing in small amounts, breaks the monotony of the food packed into the kids lunch box and gives them an instant bout of energy.
Fresh Cut Mangoes and Walnuts | Kids Lunch Box Recipes
School Lunch Box Recipes & Ideas: Packing seasoning fruits like Mangoes along with Walnuts and Cheese is refreshing for the children. Fruits and nuts provide the right amount of nutrition for the children. Packing in small amounts, breaks the monotony of the food packed and gives them an instant bout of energy.
Bananas Almonds & Cheese | School Lunch Box Recipes
School Lunch Box Recipes & Ideas: Bananas are a great energy booster for a snack box. Based on the size of the banana available in your region you can pack them as a whole or by cutting it into half. When bananas are combined along with Almonds and Cheese, it adds a perfect balance to their nutrition, keeping them energized and alert.
Apples Walnuts & Cheese | Kids Lunch Box Recipes
School Lunch Box Recipes & Ideas: Apples are a child’s favorite all because they are juicy and crunchy too. Removing the skin of the apples and cutting them in wedges helps the child eat them with ease and yes faster, as kids are always in a hurry to finish their snacks to get some playtime with their friends.
Green Moong Pulav With Vegetables | Kids Lunch Box Recipes
School Lunch Box Ideas & Recipes: Green Moong khichdi is something that all of us make at home, but all that I did to this recipe was to add some spices and made it a little like a pulav, along with vegetables. Pack the lunch box along with curd rice or with plain curd and papad and the kids will relish this Green Moong Pulav with their friends.
Beetroot Rice with Broccoli | Kids Lunch Box Recipes
School Lunch Box Recipes & Ideas: Having grown up eating Beetroot Rice, I did make sure my children are growing up eating this super delicious rice. From the time they were babies they loved colors and still continue to amaze me with their love for colorful foods. Try this recipe for a lunch box, with goodness from broccoli, beetroot and carbs and fiber from rice, makes a perfect lunch box.
Aloo Bhindi & Tawa Paratha | Kids Lunch Box Recipe
School Lunchbox Ideas & Recipes: Packing Vegetables along with a Phulka or Tawa Paratha makes a wholesome lunch box for older children. I try to pack vegetables that are dry and not with gravy, as the children find it easier to pick up vegetables and eat them quickly. Packing a cup of yogurt or curd rice along with this combination, makes the meal complete and wholesome. You could alternatively pack it with fruits to make the end of the meal refreshing.
Pasta with Roasted Vegetables | Kids Lunch Box Recipes
School Lunchbox Ideas & Recipes: Pasta with Roasted Vegetables in a mustard and basil sauce makes a great lunch box for kids and adults. With roasted vegetables like mushroom, zucchini and red bell pepper it makes this pasta healthy and filling too. Combine the pasta along with a fruit and this pleases that craving for a sweet tooth after lunch making them more alert for the afternoon session of the class.
Aloo Parathas with Pomegranates (Kids Lunch Box Recipes)
School Lunch Box Recipes & Ideas: Packing Filled Flat Breads like Aloo Parathas has two benefits, the goodness of vegetables and the double energy with the addition of fruits. My children love the combination of a paratha and a fruit. It keeps them alert in class by providing them the adequate sugars and energy.