5 Quick Lunch Ideas When The Kids Are Home and Remote School is in session!

5 Quick Lunch Ideas When The Kids Are Home and Remote School is in session!

They’ve been on the computer all morning! Try these 5 quick lunch ideas that leave them time to burn off some energy.

5 Quick Lunch Ideas When The Kids Are Home and Remote School is in session!

1. Hummus and baby carrots with Ginger Snaps and greek yogurt.

Hummus is available in a variety of seasonings, from plain to spicy. Whichever one your kids prefer, serve it up with some crisp carrot sticks for dipping. Add some greek yogurt and Ginger snap cookies for a meal that is healthy and quick to fix.

2. Avocado toast and apple slices with creamy peanut butter.

avocado toast and apple slices with peanut butter

For kids sho love guacamole! Mash up the avocado and spread it on whole-grain toast. This combo of healthy fat and fiber make a lunch choice that is quick, easy, and good for them. Add crisp apple slices and kid-favorite peanut butter.

3. Microwave mac and cheese, clementines, and honey grahams

Easy and quick mac and cheese can be made in the microwave. Available in individual cups that even the kids can fix! Pair it with a sweet clementine to add fiber and a honey graham for dessert.

4. English muffin pizzas and cucumber slices with ranch dressing

quick healthy lunch of muffin pizzas and cucumbers.

Who doesn’t like pizza! Whip one up on an English muffin, toasted, and slathered with tomato sauce. Top it with shredded mozzarella and maybe a pepperoni round or two. Cucumber slices with ranch dressing add a cool crunch.

5. Egg or tuna salad triangles, cherry tomatoes, and oatmeal cookies.

Whip up egg salad or tuna salad the night before, making it an easy fix at lunchtime. Spread it on whole wheat bread or toast and cut into triangles for fun. Cherry tomatoes add color and vitamin C, while oatmeal cookies add some fiber and a sweet treat!

Try these 5 quick lunch ideas…

that are healthy to boot! They can help make the day go more smoothly. Just having a “plan” in advance, is half the battle! Mix it up a little for variety, allowing you to repeat the ideas from week to week.

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