5 Lunchbox Ideas

As a kind of follow-up to this post, I thought I’d show you what my girls have been getting in their lunchboxes.

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Poppet and Pixie love grapes. They eat them so quickly I wonder if they actually get to taste them. I made those bran muffins with a muffin mix – easy peasy. Pick n Pay has a great range of character yoghurts that are also good for the budget.

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Popcorn is a super-quick and super-cheap snack to make. The Fairy yoghurt is also from Pick n Pay. There’s just enough space for the peach. πŸ™‚

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Old Faithful – yoghurt, Mini Cheddars and a banana. I like it when the girls choose diet-friendly flavours I don’t eat (like biltong).

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Pretzels aren’t expensive if you buy in bulk – although, if your kids are anything like mine, they don’t last very long in the cupboard. Yoghurt and yellow peaches. Yum.

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Provitas and Mozarella cheese, a nectarine, and yoghurt. Always yoghurt.

What do you put in your child’s lunchbox?

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10 Comments

  1. Yikes, lunches! Sandwich, fruit, juice and popcorn/nuts/cheddars, most of which just go to waste since my child very often come home with his lunch with the exception of a bite or two from his sandwich 😦

  2. I like the pick n pay character yoghurts too. Really like the Cars but they don’t always have them at my local PnP. Nicky loves cars. You are right about the heat – when I taught the bags were outside. But we did have a fridge that parents sometimes took advantage of.

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