Chef Erin developed this for a “Lunchbox Makover” with Fit at Five. It’s designed to be packed with flavor and quick to make. Ditch your routine sandwich for something with a little more pizzazz for a packed lunch that you can look forward to.
If you’re craving a soft piece of lemony-dessert heaven, give these simple balls a try. Almonds bring protein to the table and fiber-packed dates sweeten the deal.
If you’re looking for a healthy pizza option that makes eating veggies both fun and delicious, then bookmark this recipe now. Easy enough to make on a weeknight and healthy enough to indulge in often, this will become a new go-to for pizza night, whether you have kids or not.
Play with herbs, spices and garlic to find a packet that hits your tastebuds just right! Many chicken sausages come already parboiled, making this an easy meal to prep in foil packets before you head out camping. If you’re making it at home, try grilling everything in a cast iron skillet – a whole new […]
Creamy cashews, sweet dates, and classic peanut butter. That’s all this recipe requires. It’s a snap to prepare and a perfect recipe for inviting kids to help you in the making of snacks for the week ahead.
This easy snack is perfect for kids to make themself and perfect to pack in a lunchbox. If your child’s classroom is peanut-free, sunflower seed butter makes a nice, allergy-safe alternative.
Made for a school lunch program, this pasta salad will please picky eaters of all ages.
This “cheater” jam uses a blender, gelatin, and canned peaches to produce a tasty spread that’s perfect for your favorite whole-grain toast.