Lunch ideas

Lunch Box Pita Pockets

Rating: 4.5 stars 12
Shredded veggies and lunch meat are packed ahead of time so your kids can assemble the pita pocket by themselves.

Homemade Lunch Combination

Rating: 4.5 stars 10
A great alternative to the expensive stuff you get from the supermarket.

Baked Hot Dog Sandwiches

Rating: 4 stars 34
These hot dog sandwiches are baked and kid-approved! Experiment and use whatever combo of ingredients you wish.

Fruity Fun Skewers

Rating: 5 stars 176
I was looking for a different way to serve fruit at a party, and it just popped into my head: why not make fruit skewers?
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Apple Chips

Rating: 4 stars 106
These 3-ingredient cinnamon apple chips are a delicious, crispy snack.

Grilled Chicken Citrus Salad

Rating: 4 stars 21
This is a wonderful refreshing summer recipe. Very good! A must try.

Three Ingredient Carrot Slaw

Rating: 4 stars 8
This recipe will put some fresh vegetables on your table in almost no time at all! My kids love it too. All the ingredients keep very well, so it's pantry-friendly. I keep my sunflower seeds in the freezer, and they stay fresh a long time.

Ham Salad for Two

Rating: 5 stars 3
A delicious blend of ham strips and fresh crunchy celery sweetened with sweet pickle. Suitable enough for a meal in itself or with other salads. Can be served on a bed of lettuce with sliced cucumber and tomatoes.
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Rainbow Rotini Salad

Rating: 4.5 stars 51
This crowd-pleasing rotini pasta salad is bursting with flavor and color.

Fruit, Veggie, and Tuna Salad Wrap

Rating: 4.5 stars 39
A quick and delicious recipe that can be eaten as a salad, a wrap, a sandwich, or however you choose. I find the apples and carrots add a nice sweetness, and the blueberries add a nice *pop.*

Chicken and Vegetable Pasta Salad

Rating: 4.5 stars 27
Chicken, vegetables and pasta make up this filling salad which everyone seems to like, even people who don't like pasta salad. This is great for hot summer days when you just don't feel like turning on the oven. Note: the amounts here are estimates, as I rarely measure when I make this salad, so feel free to add a bit more or less of whatever you please.
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