13. Mac and Cheese Cups
Undoubtedly, a wonderful take on the classic recipe of mac and cheese. This one actually turns the yumminess into little croissant cups made out of Pillsbury crescents. You stuff them with cooked elbow macaroni and a combination of cheddar cheese, parmesan cheese and Swiss cheese, along with butter, whole milk, salt, onion powder and pepper.
Idea Details : tablespoon
14. Turkey Pita Bread
If you really haven’t got time to prepare a lavish treat for lunch, this glorious pita would get that done for you in no time. Spread a pita with vegetable flavored cream cheese, adding in turkey slices, cucumber, and tomato. To make it even more special, you can always add some almonds, carrots, and a fruit of your choice.
Idea Details : itsalwaysautumn
15. Crunchy Crescent Nacho Dogs
Integrate the goodness of nachos into an already-awesome crescent dog with this recipe inspiration shared by Pillsbury. It calls for just a handful of ingredients, including can big and flaky refrigerated crescent dinner rolls, American cheese, hot dogs, some milk, crushed roasted veggie zesty Cheddar tortilla chips and dipping sauces.
Idea Details : pillsbury
16. Chicken Taco Bento
The secret thing of wonder here is readily available bento boxes that keep all the ingredients divided into separate sections, so that the kiddos can assemble their own treats at school. This one has got grilled chicken breast pieces, tostitos multigrain scoops, shredded cheddar cheese, tomatoes, lettuce, orange, cheese crackers, and chocolate milk.
Idea Details : theexhaustedmom
17. Freezer Pizza Bites Recipe
There are times when the busy morning hours don’t allow you enough time to prepare the lunch from scratch. These pizza bites can be whipped up ahead of time, frozen and reheated later. You need pizza dough, pizza sauce, mozzarella cheese, pineapple, bell pepper, mushrooms, black olives, pepperoni and chopped onion.
Idea Details : superhealthykids
18. 7 Cheap School Lunch Ideas Under $1
Let the kiddos be surprised with something new to munch on each day of the week when they open them lunchboxes. Coupons is here to share 7 different school lunch ideas, that too just under a deal of 1 dollar each. You have got polka dot pizza dippers, turkey and grape protein skewers, apple-cheddar quesadillas, cucumber hummus cups and more.
Idea Details : coupons
19. Turkey Ranch Club Wraps
What an extraordinary treat are these club wraps whipped up in minutes, that too without even turning the oven on. The turkey ranch wraps are flour tortillas stuffed with sliced turkey, bacon, cheese, some lettuce, and loads of ranch dressing – surely a super satisfying and yummy meal for the little ones!
Idea Details : life-in-the-lofthouse
20. DIY Uncrustables Frozen Peanut Butter and Jelly Sandwiches
Having their crusts trimmed off, these sandwiches are an apt and appropriate for the little kiddos who are still in the teething phase. Plus, you only need 3 simple ingredients to put the uncrustable frozen peanut butter and jelly sandwiches – peanut butter, jelly and sandwich bread. Simply microwave the frozen sandwiches and pack for lunch.
Idea Details : unsophisticook
21. Granola Bar Poppers
No one can resist digging their teeth into these decadent bar poppers that blend a whole bundle of treats together to form one single piece of deliciousness. The crunchy and chewy poppers are a mix of butter, oats, almonds, honey, brown sugar, vanilla extract, salt, dried and chopped cranberries, and some chocolate chips.
Idea Details : smartschoolhouse
22. How to Make Homemade Granola Bars
Put these sweet granola bars in your little one’s lunch box, having so many possibilities of customization. This version to the treats comes with a few mini M&M’s on top of a base made out of honey, sugar, butter, oats and Rice Krispies. Adding your favorite toasted nuts on top is also a great idea to make the bars even more crunchy.
Idea Details : thekitchenmagpie
23. Mini Quinoa Pizza Bites
Bite-sized food is not only easy to much on for the kiddos, but also easy and quick to prepare. And these mini quinoa pizza bites are a perfect example of that. The healthy, gluten-free bites are topped with olives, spinach and peppers, while loads of cheese, garlic and black peppers add a kick of flavour.
Idea Details : momables
24. Pizza Bombs – Homemade Pizza Pockets
Pulling these pizza bombs apart and finding those stretchy strands of cheese is no less than heaven. The homemade pizza pockets are made using some Pillsbury biscuits, lots of mozzarella cheese, lots of pizza sauce, shredded cheese, some Italian seasoning, and your choice of pizza toppings.
Idea Details : spendwithpennies