7 Vegetarian School Lunch Box Ideas for Kids

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Yogurt Parfait

Yogurt is a popular lunchtime choice, but it is not usually enough to fuel your tot for the rest of the day. That can be easily remedied by making a yogurt parfait. Choose one of the unsweetened (or less sweetened) options out there, such as So Delicious’s Plain Cultured Coconut Milk Yogurt. Then add fresh fruit such as bananas and blueberries. Add a layer of granola on top (and on the bottom if you like), preferably one made with nuts. My favorite homemade granola version (from Vegan Soul Kitchen) uses coconut oil and almonds, which both contain healthy fats to keep your child’s hunger satisfied.

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2 Responses to “7 Vegetarian School Lunch Box Ideas for Kids”

  1. shopencan says:

    I love these ideas for lunches but it always drives me nuts when dishes are displayed beautifully on plates, dishes etc. The reality is tupperwares, with all ingredients mixed together. And that makes a difference for how kids feel about the food they eat!!n Same dsih, different appearance = less interest from the kids.

  2. Julie Seguss says:

    Not to worry — pack these lunches in little containers like the ones that come with Kids Konserve kits or Wean Cubes, a segmented box like Planet Box or a bento box style. See some ideas here: http://bit.ly/oAjcL3

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