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These lamb and chickpea balls are a little spicy and very delicious when served with hummus and tabouli. Make a double batch to save in the freezer for lunches during the week.
Katie from Busy Happy Kids shares her easy and nutritious ideas for kids snacks - great for the lunch box or after school.
These easy lamb pita pockets are great for using up leftover lamb for lunch or dinner the next night. They're so easy to chuck together and the additional mint dressing gives them an added zing.
This is a great basic recipe to get the kids started on baking - and decorating.
A basic muffin mix that makes 24 muffins - make the basic recipe and then switch it up with one of 8 variations .
Why buy rolls when you can make them? Sure, they're a little more work than pulling out a bag of store-bought rolls but when you taste these crusty rolls, you'll be pleased that you made the effort
Low in added sugar and high in fibre these muffins are a healthy option
The combination of beetroot, chocolate, cocoa and yoghurt is more than heavenly in this lunchbox delight, or tasty treat.
This loaf makes a great breakfast when served lightly toasted
This recipe is so easy and gives a great moist result. Serve it with butter and golden syrup.
This fanastic lunchbox filler uses up the ripe bananas in the fruit bowl.
These tiny bite-size pancakes are more banana than pancake which babies don't really mind and mums love getting another serve of fruit in for the day.
A filling sandwich option for kids school lunches
These moist apple cinnamon muffins are so easy to make. Bake and store them in the freezer for a quick lunch box solution.
Apple and cinnamon scrolls are easy to make and a very tasty for morning tea, afternoon tea or for lunch box snacks.
School lunches can get monotonous! This year, break the lunch box rut and plan to pack some serious nutrition into the school lunch with this easy five day lunchbox plan
Say goodbye to half-eaten lunches with these great recipes. Not only do they taste delicious - they're also healthy and easy to make.
Send the kids to school with a litterless lunch and an eco-clear conscious with these tips.
These are gorgeous quick coconut cookies that bake in less then 10 minutes
These are so simple to make you can use any type of berry jam and a dollop of cream. Who does not love a donut?
Keep them revved up with healthy fruit by threading red, amber and green colours onto a skewer.
Try this sandwich as a yummy addition to any kid's lunch box. A sambo that's full of healthy veggies and looks like one of their favourite TV characters? It'll be gone by recess!
Lunch box salads are the perfect solution if you are sick of sandwiches. This recipe has a noodle base with an Asian inspired dressing.
Full of spices, fruit, seeds and nuts plus beetroot these muesli slices are the perfect energy snack or breakfast bar on the run for a busy family on the go and in the need for yummy healthier fuelling options.
A hungry crab with snapping nippers will set the scene for the perfect lunch for your little person. Simple, creative and oh-so-simple, this cute little crab is irresistible!
These pumpkin muffins are great for lunchboxes or an after-school snack. The kids won't even notice that these savoury muffins are packed full of delicious pumpkin!
This nut-free trail mix packs a healthy punch with nutritious seeds and fruits you can combine and pack from your pantry.
This scrumptious Paleo zucchini slice is packed full of flavour, healthy veggies and best of all, is completely paleo.
The garlicky, herby dressing on this bean, feta and tuna mix make this a hearty salad that will satisfy even the hungriest tum. Serve with crusty bread to mop up the yummy juices.