In addition to my savoury and sweet lunchbox ideas this week, allow me to introduce these wonderful ladies who kick nutrition up a notch when it comes to kid snacks. If you’re looking for everyday basics your kids will love and you know is healthy, then feast your eyes, people. Bang THESE in your everyday lunchbox routine and you’ll be kicking parenting goals.
I won’t tell anyone if you keep a bit back for yourself with a cup of tea and Dr Phil later on when the house is quiet
Bianca has very cleverly created a delicious School Cookie with only THREE ingredients. The recipe makes 8, so you might want to double it.
My homegirl Meg has fed me many a healthy treat this past year, and she’s never put a foot wrong. I made her Strawberry Lemonade Strips and ate the lot myself. But this year, I’ll be sharing with the smalls.
These super-luscious looking pots of deliciousness are actually full of fruit, yogurt, avocado and good things. Georgia says to freeze these little Fruit Whips in lunchbox-sized containers and pack a spoon. I say excellent idea.
We can always count on Sonia to give us good eats and sensible information. Her Healthy Anzac Biscuits are still such a hit here! Her kids love crackers as much as mine do, and she came up with a simple and quick homemade alternative (baking your own crackers can be a huuuuuge effort). Look how crispy and packed full of goodness these babies are! Yum.
Lemon Muffins. LEMON MUFFINS. GIMME.
Meg to the rescue with date-free (and good-fat-filled/sub more seeds for nut-free schools) raw chocolate balls.
And Vegan Banana Bread from a little bit of a new obsession of mine, The Slowpoke. Glorious!
Who are your favourite wholefood bloggers? Remember our list from a while ago?