Tired of the same old sandwiches? Need to spice up your child’s lunch box? Then this is the article for you!
Here are a couple of treats to try and get your kids to eat what you’ve packed for lunch:
Cream cheese sandwich
Here are four ways to make this delicious and filling treat.
– Seedy bread, cream cheese and apricot jam.
– Brown bread with cream cheese, sliced salami and pickles.
– Pumpernickel bread with cream cheese, tomato rounds, salt and pepper.
– Whole wheat bread with cream cheese and sliced cucumber.
Who could say no to this refreshing meal?
To make: Toss shredded chicken, chopped cucumber, halved cherry tomatoes, chopped olives, olive oil and lemon juice together and season with salt, black pepper and place on pocketless pita, top with crumbled feta and chopped herbs.
Ham and Cream cheese roll ups
Spread cream cheese on a piece of ham as you would on a slice of bread. roll-up and munch down.
This is a sweet treat. Place icing in a 2-cup glass measure and microwave for 30 to 45 second until icing melts.
Dip half of each pretzel into the frosting and let it dry for two hours.
Apples and peanut butter
A quick and simple snack that tastes oh so good! Core and slice an apple into wedges. Divide the peanut butter evenly among the slices.