It’s been roughly five weeks since school went back and this is the stage where your lunchbox inspo is probably waning…
Especially since, despite what you seem to pack, a lot of the food continues to come back uneaten! Fear not, as we have a stack of school-friendly recipes which we can guarantee won’t return to your kitchen! Plus, they’re all nut-free so you can send them to school with your little ones without a worry.
Who doesn’t love the idea of pizza in a muffin?! These will be a surefire hit with your kids and if you can make a batch at the beginning of the week, they’ll last for around three days in the fridge (if they’re not devoured before that!). You can also sneak veggies like chopped spinach or peas into these babies should you want to boost them even further.
You probably thought that your days of eating cinnamon scrolls were behind you after you quit sugar but of course, we have a low-sugar version made from real food which makes a perfect lunchbox treat. There’s no way this is coming home uneaten!
Protein-rich falafel is a great snack for keeping your little ones going all day long and these sweet potato falafels are gluten-free, nut-free and vegan – so they cater for pretty much everyone.
These nut-free cookies are perfect lunchbox fare as they’re filled with our Gut Lovin’ Gelatin, making them super nourishing for your kids’ tummies. Plus, they make a pretty great afternoon snack for big kids too…
These muffins are a kid’s dream: muffins, pasta and (hidden) veg. And, they can easily be frozen for later – store in the freezer in an airtight container for up to six weeks.