Wondering what to pack for a healthy school lunch? You've come to the right place! From lunchtime sandwiches to after-school snacks, our recipe collection has dozens of great ideas.
No cheddar handy? Mozzarella, swiss or even goat cheese would taste amazing, too.
Let the kids stir together a batch of this high-energy snack mix. It's perfect for hiking, biking, or backyard munching.
These rich bars resemble panforte, an Italian pastry, but are much easier to make!
Use flavored, plain, or whole wheat tortillas for these easy turkey roll-ups. Or layer the fixings in a hoagie bun.
A blend of Italian seasoning, garlic, and butter makes this easy snack mix an unforgettable treat. Prepare a bowl for movie night or serve it at your next party.
Lettuce, mushrooms, and tomatoes makes this tortilla wrap recipe tops for kids. Tortillas come in an assortment of colors and flavors, which make these extra fun.
A lunch box favorite, this yummy wrap is enhanced with a flavorful black bean and corn salsa recipe. Prepare in less than 30 minutes from start to finish.
If your kids won't eat their carrots, sneak them in some cookies, as we've done with this recipe. These moist, cake-like treats are topped with an orange frosting.
Chewy and delicious, these cookies are giants in both size and ginger flavor. They're perfect for a child's lunch sack.
These chocolate cookies travel well so they make kid-pleasing holiday treats for school.
Keep an eye out for these spice and molasses cookies. They're so delicious they may not even have time to cool before they're gone!
For an irresistible dessert that is quick and easy to make, try this delicious bar recipe.
A turkey sandwich is so grown-up. A turkey wrap is fun food, easy to pick up, and deliciously crunchy with colorful carrots.
To make these over-size cookies, stir chocolate chunks and pecans into a peanut butter cookie dough. Baking at a low temperature ensures soft cookies.
These shaped and frosted sugar cookies are great for a spring party or wedding shower.
You only need to cook this soup for five minutes before serving. Who needs the canned stuff?