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Week 11: 40 Weeks of Kids School Lunches

I can’t even believe that Thanksgiving is next week! I made my first Thanksgiving themed lunch today, but I won’t be sharing that until next Wednesday. Perhaps I need to rethink this posting schedule. :)

Last week was Veteran’s Day, and our girls had a day off from school. So, I’m sharing the four lunches I made last week. Hope they can help give you some ideas when you’re faced with lunch packing!

Week 11 of 40 Weeks of Kids School Lunches - ideas for packing your kid's lunch StuffedSuitcase.com

Monday: no school! — who knows what I fed them at home. :)

Tuesday: ritz crackers, salami, colby jack cheese, carrots, red bell pepper, mandarin orange slices

Wednesday: ham & cream cheese tortilla roll-up, apple half, triscuits, carrots & peapods

Thursday: croissant, ham, cheese wedge, mini bell peppers, mandarin orange slices

Friday: ham, string cheese stick, triscuit, cucumber, grapes

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Monday 18th of September 2017

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Chris Carter

Tuesday 7th of January 2014

I love those lunch ideas!! I am always in need of them... my kids get so tired of what I pack for them, so these are great!

Kim

Wednesday 8th of January 2014

Thanks Chris! Hope they help!

Dianna @ Oy Vey a Day

Monday 6th of January 2014

These looks great. We do a lot of these "grazing-style" menus with my kids, too. They don't always eat everything, but if they eat most of it, I'm happy.

(Happy SITS day)

Kim

Tuesday 7th of January 2014

Great Dianna! We've been known to set out the "lunch" supplies for dinner time too!

Andrea

Monday 6th of January 2014

I like how you switched up the ham and cheese options each day. My kids tend to want the same things over and over, so this inspires me to go that little extra mile (at least to keep ME from getting bored! haha!)

Kim

Monday 6th of January 2014

You can always change the presentation of the ham & cheese. Like cut them in mini squares and make kebabs, or use a cookie cutter to make a shape theme lunch! Here's to happy creating!

Rabia @TheLiebers

Monday 6th of January 2014

Those look like great lunches! My kids actually request the same thing every day, so that makes it somewhat easier (but more boring) to pack their lunches. I should try some of these just to surprise them on occasion!

Kim

Monday 6th of January 2014

I'm not great at it, but you can always change the presentation of the food to make it seem different. So, it you always pack sandwiches, cut them differently (like with cookie cutters or sandwich punches). You can create a shape theme and cut all the food that shape. :)