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A Twist on Back to School Snacks
The days get shorter, the temperatures begin to cool, and kids (and parents) start to prepare for school!
When we think of September, we think of early mornings, sharpened pencils, and a whole new school year of lunches to prepare!
Don’t let lunchtime intimidate you.
We have healthy recipes that both you and your kids will love. How great is that?
It may sound complicated, but this cheesy broccoli frittata is easy to make and a fan-favourite. It can be enjoyed during breakfast or lunch and is easy to dress up if you’d like to pack it with more veggies or spices.
With so many dipping options to choose from, your child will love to mix and match their lunches when enjoying fresh homemade hummus. It’s super easy to make, packed with protein and healthy fats, and is perfect as a snack or a main meal.
Quesadillas are one of the most versatile lunch foods to pack as they can be made with so many kinds of meat, veggies, and cheese! If your child is a picky eater, don’t fret as quesadillas can be custom made every single day. They are also a great way to use up leftovers.
Peanut Butter and Jelly Muffins
Muffins are always a welcomed addition to any lunchbox, but Peanut Butter and Jelly Muffins take this popular snack to a whole new level! Bake a dozen and see how quickly your kids snatch them for their lunches.
Blueberry Vanilla Greek Yogurt Granola Bars
This is one of our favourites and we know it will be yours too! Homemade granola bars are delicious already but pair them with greek yogurt and they are too good to just eat for lunch! Mix and match with different fruits and granola and have some fun in the kitchen.
Not only are these recipes perfect for kids to take to school but they are fun to make in the kitchen!
Enjoy some family time while creating snacks and lunches that will have your kids excited to start school.
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