As a little girl, I remember getting SO excited when my mom packed me special lunches to bring to school. Now with my son starting preschool next fall (where did the time go?) I want to share that same excitement with him. But even more importantly than packing special lunches, starting at a young age, I want to teach him the importance of smart eating habits. Enjoy delicious and unique lunch options with these tasty and organic lunchbox ideas.
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Tasty and Organic Lunchbox Ideas
Ham and cheese roll-ups: Wrap your favorite kind of lunch-meat around a cheese stick. You can also substitute the string cheese for cream cheese. Both options are delicious!
Olives and carrots: Cut carrots in half and stick them through whole olives. The presentation alone always gets my son to eat his veggies.
Mini fruit kabobs: Create mini fruit kabobs by stringing your favorite fruit on toothpicks.
Yogurt and granola: Made with soy, Silk Dairy-Free Yogurt Alternative, is packs full of delicious fruity flavors. Add a spoonful of granola for an extra crunch.
Sack Grahams: Made with 8g of whole grains per serving, Horizon’s Snack Grahams add the perfect organic side to any lunchbox. Not only is the cinnamon flavor a family favorite, but these Snack Grahams are pretty filling. Plus, it’s pretty cute when my son calls them “yummy cow cookies”.
Chocolate Milk: Nothing beats washing a tasty lunch down with Horizon’s Organic Chocolate Milk. Horizon’s Organic Milk is also available in vanilla, strawberry, and low-fat milk.
Best of all, you can find these tasty organic options in the organic section of your local Kroger store. Heading to my local Fry’s, I was amazed at the organic selection – I mean look at all of these yummy options.
With delicious snacking options such as organic fruit snacks, milk, yogurt, and crackers, organic lunchbox options are endless.
Be sure to visit Kroger’s Inspired Gathering for more tasty recipes, decor, tips + tricks, and cleaning hacks.