Muffins are the perfect addition to a lunchbox whether for school, picnic, or even an hour at the playground. They satisfy hunger craving and are usually also nutritious. They are an excellent balanced alternative to bread
When it comes to packing lunches, days of low motivation and lack of inspiration can happen to the best and most dedicated parents. But some planning and preparation can help us get through this and sometimes even make packing lunches an enjoyable experience.
For those of you who like me, enjoy making a packed lunch look fun, Valentine's day is really just another excuse to get creative with anything love-related. Here are some ideas to do this in an easy way (because busy mums have no time for food art!)
Giving a hot meal as a packed lunch is a real treat, especially in the winter. Packing in an insulated food jar can also be a huge time saver because you can give left overs from dinner or you can batch cook foods and freeze them for future lunches. It also adds more variety by introducing warm foods to the lunchbox list: perfect for those children who don't like sandwiches and wraps or who are very fussy and have less variety in their foods. But don't forget that insulated food jars can also be used to keep foods cold, so...