Stuck for lunchbox inspiration? Look no further! From fun fruity recipes to savoury staples we've got the perfect selection of nutritious lunchbox fillers to keep you or the family fueled throughout the day.
Rice Paper Rolls & Snacks
Learn how to make rice paper rolls as part of a nutritionally approved lunch for kids. Simply pair them with yoghurt, sultanas and kiwifruit.
Zucchini Fritters & Snacks
Make this easy zucchini fritters recipe for a healthier addition to your little one's lunch box. Team them with juicy strawberries and crunchy pepitas.
Traffic Light Sandwiches & Snacks
Get the kids excited for school lunch with these fun traffic light sandwiches popped into their lunch box along with egg, cheddar, pepitas and rockmelon.
Chicken Taco Cups & Snacks
Say goodbye to boring lunch boxes with these delicious chicken taco cups. Add watermelon and yoghurt to the lunch box for some refreshing snacks.
Margherita Muffin Pizzas
Give the kids something to smile about with these fun-sized, nutritionally approved margherita pizzas made using wholemeal English muffins as the base
Lettuce Roll Lunch Box
Try a crisp and tasty school lunch of vermicelli and lean minced beef lettuce cups, and introduce your kids to fresh Vietnamese flavours with this recipe.
Easy Pizza Scrolls
Pack the kids a lunchbox to look forward to with these simple five ingredient scrolls.
Mini Ham and Cheese Quiches
These tasty wee bundles of joy are a simple yet satisfying addition to any picnic or lunchbox.
Basic Granola Bar
With 6 delicious variations these basic granola bars are a satisfyingly simple way to fill the kiddies lunchboxes. Not to mention you'll be sorted for a week with their simple storage needs.
Get your 5+ a day intake with these fresh fruit kebabs. Simple to make and delicious to eat, they make for a fun lunchbox filler.
Your platter just got a whole lot better with these vegan-friendly crackers. Packed with a selection of nourishing seeds this recipe is sure to be the new family favourite!
This lovely recipe puts a twist on the traditional flapjack by including stacks of fruit, nuts and seeds, making it even more healthy (if you ignore the golden syrup...).