Healthy lunchbox choices don’t have to be boring, but thinking of healthy and exciting packed lunch fillings can be a daily challenge. But don’t worry, we’ve got you covered! Here are five healthy lunch box ideas children can bring to Active Camps this May half term!
Check out some of these great healthy snack ideas from some of our favourite parenting blogs.
Melty ham and cheese wraps – recipe here thanks to www.myfussyeater.com.
Add some fruit, popcorn, carrot sticks and tomatoes and you have a colourful and tasty packed lunch.
Healthy apple muffins – recipe here thanks to www.snotty-noses.com.
A tasty treat that is still healthy, these will satisfy little ones with a sweet tooth. Add a tuna sandwich, some cucumber sticks with hummus, vegetable crisps and some berries.
Home made lunchables – recipe here thanks to Huffpost.
This deli box is full of goodness and is a fantastic healthy homemade version of the popular supermarket brand. Plus, it can be customized in so many different ways.
Chocolate dipped oranges – recipe here thanks to MOMables.
Turning a healthy snack into a treat is a great thing to add to a lunchbox. These would be a lovely addition to a sandwich, crisps and a yoghurt.
Also, don’t forget to pack two snacks (one for mid-morning and one for mid-afternoon) and a refillable water bottle for Camp!
For more information on healthier lunchboxes, visit changeforlife by the NHS and for more lunchbox inspiration visit Pinterest.