made with fresh, frozen, or canned (in natural juice) fruit
made with salad, tuna or chicken, low fat cream cheese
Put leftover pasta, salad or rice rissotto into a container and reheat for lunch
Wrap leftover meat such as skinless chicken drumsticks in a chilled bag and reheat for lunch
instead of chips or store brought flavoured/buttered popcorn
with marmite and cheese
Swap brownie, slices, and cakes for homemade oaty fruit muffins
Swap muesli bars for a scroggin mix
Add chopped up banana to low fat yoghurt and take in a snaplock container for lunch
Try a toasted sandwich made with tomato, small amount of cheese, spinach, mushrooms, and lean meat such as chicken
Try freezing it to keep the lunchbox cool
with yoghurt or milk e.g. weetbix, natural (untoasted) muesli, oats
Make a batch of home made vege scones and freeze
prepared the night before work and reheat at lunchtime
+ avocado + tomato + egg = yum!
and grainy crackers
+ salad + protein = super sandwhich! Try lean meat, egg, or peanut butter for protein source
- either homemade or bought
for a satisfying snack on their own or slice to have with crackers or in a sandwich
and hummus or homemade guacamole or salsa in your lunchbox for a snack
for a change from sandwiches
in the microwave (1/2 cup water + egg for 20-30secs) and serve on grainy toast
with oats, dried fruit, nuts, seeds, honey, milk, berries
instead of sugar to sweeten lunchbox baking e.g. muffins
Prepared the night or weekend before work then reheat to eat with salad at lunchtime
(either savoury with vegetables and a small amount of cheese or sweet with fruit ) for a quick and healthy snack
made in muffin trays made with vegetables and tuna
Cook extra in the weekends so you have enough for lunches during the week
Cut pita bread into triangles and toast in the oven
so if you run out of time to make lunch in the morning you can have tuna and crackers, or a quick heat rice packet with canned tuna
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