Everyone loves Spaghetti Bolognese! I have created this super quick and easy version to provide mums with a healthy lunchbox idea that they can turn to again and again. As so many children adore Spaghetti Bolognese, this is a wonderful dish to use to encourage them to eat their lunch. A familiar and beloved dinner will be a welcome sight in a picky eater's lunchbox. Of course, this is not just a recipe for kids! This is also a fabulous recipe to whip up for dinner when you are pushed for time.
Soups are such a healthy, wholesome and nutritious meal. You can play with flavours, textures and seasonal fruits and vegetables. They are so warming and satisfying on a chilly day and you can simply freeze and defrost them when needed. Soups are a great kid-friendly option for the school lunchbox. You can just pop in a food flask and give as a new healthy lunch to fill and warm your little one during school hours.
This vibrantly green Pea and Mint Soup makes for a delightfully filling lunch. Soup is always a healthy and easy lunch idea and also a perfect food for your baby. Just remember to omit salt and go low on the stock when making for your baby. This particular flavour is packed with hearty vegetables, and the mint gives the meal a refreshing kick. This recipe tastes of pure goodness and is perfect to heat you up during the colder days.
I always say that soup makes for an easy and healthy lunchbox idea. Warming and satisfying, simply freeze and defrost when needed. It is so stress-free! This particular flavour has become a go-to recipe for my girls lunchbox. I promise that you will adore the sweet combination of sweet potato and carrot. The coconut milk makes this a delightfully creamy food flask filler to warm your little one up even on the coldest days.
Soups are just the thing to add variety to your food flask for your baby and your school going child. They are an easy way to create new and healthy lunchbox ideas and give that much needed warmth on the chillier days. Use soups to add new vegetables, new taste combinations and new textures to your child's palette, all of which will help you to raise a more adventurous eater. This particular exciting combination of parsnip and pear is naturally sweet, which may make your child more receptive.
Pasta with marinara sauce is a go-to dish for so many busy mums, including myself. This classic combination is quick, simple and kids adore it! The leftovers even make for a stress-free school lunch the next day. I know it can be tempting during hectic weeks to reach for a shop-bought jar, but I promise you that my tasty Homemade Marinara recipe is easy and fast to make. It is filled to the brim with fresh veggies, which can be sneakily blended to a smooth consistency so fussy eaters won't notice. My girls love it, and I am sure your little ones will too!