Take a look at these creative ideas for delicious and nutritious lunches to pack your little ones off to school with.
Marinating chicken in buttermilk gives it a delicious flavor and keeps it nice and tender. Japanese panko breadcrumbs—which can be bought in Asian food stores and many large supermarkets -- give the chicken a crispy, tasty coating.
These whole-foods fruit-and-nut energy bars are perfect, portable, junk-free, delicious, and wildly wholesome snacking.
If you're in the mood for something light and yummy that the kids will like then this is the sandwich for you.
Make an out-of-this-world lunch for your young Space Ranger with Toy Story alien cucumbers as a crisp centerpiece.
Make a special lunch for the little princess in your life, complete with jewel berry bracelets and magic wands!
Lunch is more fun when characters like Bambi's friend Thumper make an appearance. This healthy lunch will get your own little bunnies giggling with delight.
Apples and peanut butter are a classic snack, but when the apple looks like everyone's favorite frog, you have an unexpected treat!
This is the coolest lunch ever, not to mention the easiest, and will be the envy of your kids' classmates.
This apple-phibious treat is so charming, your kids may not even notice that it's good for them.
These sourpusses are a clever way to slip vitamin C into your child's diet.
Invite your child to plant these "berry" delicious flowers on his or her plate.
Create a healthy snack from nut butter and apple slices.