School Lunch Scrapbook- Part 1

Hi Everyone!

Today I’m posting even more pictures of my lunches I pack for school. Not only are these ideas for lunch healthy, but they also do not take a ton of time to make. Many people have pretty packed schedules, (just like I do) and have a small amount of time to pack their lunch, so these lunches are excellent ideas for those busy nights. The featured containers used are my Yumbox Panino, Planetbox Rover, and my Ziploc Divided Container.

This lunch is served in a pink Yumbox Panino. I have a spinach/plain organic hummus/ cherry tomato/sliced turkey whole-wheat wrap, cucumber slices, plain yogurt mixed with pure maple syrup and pomegranate seeds, and some cashews.

Pictured Lunch: A whole wheat almond butter/banana wrap, plain yogurt with some pomegranate seeds and a little pure maple syrup, cucumber slices, and cashews.

This lunch is again served in a Yumbox Panino. (it's one of my favorite containers!) I have a whole grain pasta sald with mozzarella cheese, carrots, tomatoes, spinach, and a bit of organic

Pictured Lunch: A whole-wheat pasta salad with parmesan cheese, bell peppers, tomatoes, spinach, and some olive oil/salt, blueberries, and “PB &J Yogurt” (a recipe from weelicious)

This lunch is served in a Ziploc Divided Container. (Note: these containers are no longer available for purchase) I packed a caprese' salad made with spinach/tomatoes/mozzarella cheese (with pesto on the side), some plain yogurt mixed with blueberries/pure maple syrup, and a homemade whole-grain pumpkin muffin from 100 Days of Real Food.

Pictured Lunch: A spinach caprese salad with tomatoes, mozzarella, spinach, and pesto (on the side), a whole-grain pumpkin muffin, and plain yogurt mixed with blueberries and maple syrup.

In this lunch (served in a Ziploc container), I have blueberries, a mini salad with olive oil and Parmesan cheese, a green smoothie pop (made with kale, banana, mango, and plain yogurt) organic ham, and

Pictured lunch: a green smoothie pop (made with mango, banana, pineapple, spinach, and water), a sunflower seeds/raisins mix, organic ham slices, blueberries, and a small salad with olive oil and parmesan cheese.

Yum! This lunch, served in a Ziploc container, has blueberries, golden cherry tomatoes, and a whole grain, homemade pumpkin pancake and cream cheese sandwich.

Pictured Lunch: Homemade whole-wheat pumpkin pancake sandwich with cream cheese, golden cherry tomatoes, and blueberries.

This lunch, served in the PlanetBox, has a whole grain peanut butter and honey sandwich, a berry mix, yellow bell pepper slices with organic ranch dip, mozzarella with olive oil and basil, and dark chocolate chips for a treat.

Pictured Lunch: Whole Wheat peanut butter-honey sandwich, strawberries/blueberries, bell peppers and homemade ranch dip, sliced mozzarella cheese with basil, salt, and olive oil.

In this lunch, served in the Ziploc container, I have watermelon, kale chips (recipe coming soon!) and a whole wheat wrap with hummus, sliced turkey, cheddar cheese, and yellow/red tomatoes.

Pictured Lunch: Whole Wheat Wrap with organic turkey, hummus, and cheddar cheese, and cherry tomatoes, watermelon balls, and homemade kale chips.

I hope these lunch ideas helped you! Please comment below what your favorite lunch idea is.

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