We love to make these fun dessert spring rolls with the kids.
Remember to save this one. Also great as muffins for the lunchbox.
These oat cookies are simple and delicious. Try our version with choc chips and dried cranberries, or design your own version.
Are you a lover of sushi? If you are then why not make this sandwich sushi. This is great for school lunchboxes and adds a little variety into the day! I promise these are easy and we have step by step instructions to show you below.
If you’re looking for a really simple guide to pack a healthy lunchbox – the kind your kids will actually want to eat – then try this easy “1 2 3 -go” method. It goes something like this…
Cheese and vegemite scrolls made from scratch, with some added veg! Perfect for lunchboxes and easier than you think. The dough uses only three ingredients and you can make all sorts of flavours to suit little eaters.
A great way to shake up school or kindergarten lunchboxes. So many colourful fillings to fill your bread sushi with.
If your fillings are always falling out of your wrap, have a crack at this ingenious method. You can even pop it into the toaster to heat it up if you don’t have a sandwich press.
Easy and fun mini quiche! A simple recipe to add vegetables to your meal and the kids will love them. Enjoy at any time of the day.
These muesli cookies are a hit in the lunch box, and with only 6 ingredients! Plus, a great way to use up any overripe bananas.
Tasty and healthy sausage rolls. The perfect addition to your next birthday party or even for dinner any time of year!
Veggie scrolls made from scratch are easier than you think and are great for lunchboxes! The dough uses only three ingredients and you can make all sorts of flavours.