School Lunchbox Ideas

Pin on PinterestShare on FacebookTweet about this on TwitterShare on Google+Email this to someoneShare on Yummly

Here are some new ideato fill your lunchboxes!  

Week 7 - Lunchbox Ideas -- Family Fresh Meals 



I hope you are all having a fantastic week!  This week I made sure to prep all my fruit and veggies for the week on Sunday night. Washed, cut and ready to rock.


That has been a huge help in the morning.  Here are some of the lunches I  packed this week.  


As always, these School Lunchbox Ideas  were all assembled  in about 10 minutes.  I hope  this brings you some new ideas to try out this week. 


{School Lunch } Once again, the good old trusty DIY Lunchable made an apperance this week. There are lunch meat and cheese flowers, crackers, fruit leather, oranges, cucumbers and a container of dip. Packed in EasyLunchboxes  

DIY Lunchables with




Ok, this is one of the best uses for those old Mr. Potato Head pieces the kids never play with anymore. Instant fun sandwich alert!

{ School Lunch } Ham and cheese sandwich, crunchy tortilla strips, fresh blueberries and strawberries, and a cookie (with candy eyes) for dessert.  Packed in EasyLunchboxes  

Fun lunchbox ideas from Family Fresh Meals





This was Big D’s favorite this week. She has continued to ask for a “Frog Prince” lunch daily :)

{ School Lunch } This Planetbox lunch has pistachios, snap peas with a container of dip, a CutezCute frog  sandwich, kiwi and a couple candies for dessert.  

School lunchbox ideas - Froggy Fun-




 Want an easy way to JAZZ up any sandwich? Simply use a croissant instead of bread. It’s a simple lunchbox  switch that has a WOW effect :)

{ School Lunch }  Here I packed a deli sandwich on a croissant in one of our EasyLunchboxes.  There are also bunny crackers,  fresh blueberries and peach, and  an almond/banana chip mix.  

Mini croissant sandwich  Lunchbox ideas from




{ School Lunch } Last but not least I packed a salad with a container of dressing, oranges, pumpernickel pretzels, cherry tomatoes, olives and some fruit snack bunnies for dessert. Packed in a Planetbox   

School Lunchbox Ideas -




Lunchbox Ideas - FamilyFreshMeals.comDo you love Family Fresh Meals? Never miss out on  FUN new meals or Easy Lunchbox Ideas for the Family and SIGN UP to have my posts sent right to your inbox! It’s EASY PEASY! Just CLICK HERE and enter your email!

Corey, Darryl, Big D & Little D












Here is what I used to make these School Lunchbox Ideas!

Click on the images for more details

 (Post contains affiliate links. If you purchase a product through an affiliate link, your cost will be the same but Family Fresh Meals will automatically receive a small commission. Your support is greatly appreciated.)






Subscribe for Email Updates!

Signup now and receive an email once I publish new content.

I will NEVER give away, trade or sell your email address. You can unsubscribe at any time.

Young Living Starter Kit



  1. Those toothpicks are fabulous! Am about to order some and will also look for slightly longer ones to make fruit kebabs (a favorite for my son). Thank you for the idea! -Gillian

Speak Your Mind