Back to School Lunch Meal Plans with MOMables

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Back to School Lunch Meal Plans with MOMables


How to pack lunches your kids will love! Back to School Lunch Meal Plans with MOMables


It’s the new school year, which means back to packing lunches for your little ones! It can get overwhelming to come up with new ideas that your kids will actually eat, especially if they are picky. I recently found an amazing resource and I couldn’t wait to share it with you. Meet MOMables!

MOMables was started by Laura Fuentes, a mom of 3 young kids, to help other parents get out of the lunch packing rut. And, of course, I’m part of the MOMables team so I had HAD TO TELL YOU ABOUT IT! MOMables has a weekly school lunch meal plan with 5 lunch ideas, a prep-ahead sheet and a shopping list.

Today, MOMables is giving away a 3-month subscription to their meal plan and a $25 gift card to Amazon so you can purchase the lunch supplies you need!

Packing lunch every day, can be very stressful for most of us. Mornings can get hectic getting our kids dressed, our own teeth brushed and there never seems to be enough coffee to get us out the door quick enough!

As a mom of three kids under seven, Laura understands these struggles. In order to help us busy moms feed our kids fresh food, MOMables helps with a simple plan each week.

Family Fresh MealsYou can get a sample week from MOMables –yup, 5 lunch ideas, prep-ahead tips and a shopping list– for FREE! When you sign up for their weekly newsletterit’s loaded with free recipes, tips and much, much more.

If you are ready to let MOMables help you get out of your lunch packing rut, come up with new lunch ideas, and simplify your lunch packing routine… check out their plans and get ready to start making school lunches your kids will love.

MOMables is like a hiring a kitchen assistant to come up with school lunches your kids will actually eat, for only $6 per month!

If you are looking to get the school year to a good start, get help with picky eaters, and feel less overwhelmed with kids food in general; signing up is your first step!

The recipes come with packing tips so the food doesn’t go bad! Oh, and in case you were wondering, just like a good cookbook, all of the recipes are pictured so you know exactly what the food should look like.

Head on over and check out the weekly plan, find them on Facebook, or sign up for their free newsletter for weekly complimentary recipes.

MOMables is offering a Family Fresh Meals reader a FREE 3 month subscription to MOMables and a $25 Amazon gift card to stock up on any lunchbox essentials you need!

Simply enter using Rafflecopter below.  Each task completed = 1 entry. So the more you do, the more entries you get! Good luck :)

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  1. Sarah says

    Competing with lunhables!!!! They are getting good! I mean..I’m a mom and I notice how cool they are. So you know the turkey wrap and water don’t go far. How long will it be til DD trades for ‘fun’ food?

  2. melissa says

    My twins are starting full day kindergarten this year, so packing lunches is a new venture for us. I’ve started thinking about it and am looking for fun creative ideas for things my kids will be happy to eat at school!

  3. says

    My kids are very picky eaters..and I really like those plastic food organizers for their lunches! I’m going out to buy some today. School starts tomorrow and my kids rarely eat the schools lunches.

  4. Erica says

    I’m a new Kindergarten mom, my biggest struggle is knowing what she’ll eat and what she can eat in the time allotted! Looking for healthy choices and fun options that don’t take a lot of time to prepare.

  5. Kyla says

    Keeping something hot for lunch! Or finding something she likes thats cold! My daughter loves pasta dishes, but not cold ones! Even a thermos gets cool. As yucky as school lunches are, she will eat them if they’re warmer than what she’s packed.

  6. Lindsay P says

    Thank you! I pack lunches for my three grade-schoolers every single day and I’m always looking for fun new ideas to keep their lunches appealing!

  7. Crystal Hunter says

    my biggest lunchtime struggle is finding new and fun foods that my 6 yr old picky eater will actually eat

  8. Melinda says

    I’m loving all the great meals for my soon to be 7 year old. She enjoys helping me make them almost as much as she enjoys eating them.

    I’m already a member, but would love to be considered anyway!

  9. Katy Petrie says

    My biggest lunchbox struggle is my kids. One day a lunch of chopped veggies, dip, crackers and lunch meat is DEVOURED. The next day they will not touch it. We have a few staples, but a kid should not live on bologna & mustard sandwiches. They seem to like diversity, so the more ideas I can get the better.

  10. Amanda says

    Thank you! I started packing my son’s lunch last year when he started school. It has been the best thing for us as a family. I’ve started looking for fun new ways/ideas for lunch to keep it interesting and to help him in eating new foods.

  11. Hannah W says

    By far my biggest struggle is coming up with something other than the same old stuff that’s healthy but my kids will still eat. PLUS, I have two boys that have far different eating habits. It’s a task

  12. DeeZee says

    I’m new to packing lunches this year and am overwhelmed already. Glad for resources out there to hold my hand!

  13. Amy S says

    Thank you for this great site! My biggest challenge is finding things that will stay hot or cold for 7-8 hours and not change.

  14. Lori Summers says

    My biggest lunchbox struggle is trying to come up with new and different things to put in my daughter’s lunchbox instead of the same old sandwich, chips and drink. I would love some new ideas!! :)

  15. Beth says

    My biggest struggle is finding food that all of my kids can/will eat that is easy to make, healthy, and holds up in a lunch.

  16. Jami R. says

    My daughter hates sandwiches so it’s always a struggle as to new items to try that don’t mayo and are not a sandwich.

  17. Lisa P says

    I pack picnic lunches for my toddler a lot for when we go to the zoo and parks. It’s hard to come up with enough variety that he is willing to eat.


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