|Dr, Oetker pizza slice, Woollies maze snack, banana and chocolate|
The lunch-box trauma on parents. It IS trauma, Miss Fine! I am noting it here, again, for future reference. To spend so much time buying, planning and putting the daily lunch-box together... And to get it back the evening, uneaten... Yesterday she suspected there was some onions with her chicken mayonnaise, and she left it uneaten. There was no onions.*sigh*
I don't have the perfect lunch-box suggestions. I know my lunch-boxes are not that healthy. We are just glad when it gets eaten. I am so glad when I get suggestions as to what to put in it. Most recent we could add Yo-Jelly to the lunch-box. We also got Dr. Oetker pizza slices a while ago as a blog drop. I love the idea, but Miss Fine doesn't like it when it is cold. Sometimes she eats it, and sometimes not.
Most of the time I wish I had her lunch-box.
I have no solution for a perfect lunch-box that my child will eat.Holding thumbs that today’s lunchbox will be empty...— Karen du Toit (@karentoittoit) January 31, 2018
Wishing now I had made myself one as well! #momlive #parentlive#lunchboxwars #droetkersa #momblogger#samomblogger https://t.co/3kHdVK98nJ pic.twitter.com/6NksVzbpeC
|Lunch-box with Dr Oetker mini-pizza, apple, mini tennis biscuits and potato crisps Lays|
My recipe for our kid's lunch-box is:
- One sandwich/carb portion, usually with protein included (chicken/biltong/cheese sandwich)
- One to two fruits
- One salty snack
- One sweet snack
And this is Mom's lunch-box. Just to show that we can do healthy.
|Lunch-box with rice, a mushroom with feta, gems, carrots and green beans|
How do you get the kids to eat more healthy lunch-boxes?
What do you put in the lunch-box that's healthy?
*Filed for future reference