55 Easy Lunches for Preschoolers

easy lunches for preschoolers

Once again, the summer has flown and school season is upon us. (How does this happen? I could swear it’s still July!)

If you’re a parent, back-to-school means lots of things – including a whole new year of packing lunches. Lunches that need to meet your own standards for health and convenience, and your child’s standards for taste, visual appeal and perhaps even “cool factor.”

Melding all of these different wishes can be a real challenge, especially since we have to face this task every single day, all year long.

Which is why I’ve created a tool that’s going to make your job a whole lot easier…..

55 school lunches for preschoolers

55 Easy Lunches for Preschoolers

This ebook, which is designed especially for parents of preschoolers (ages 2-6), includes:

  • 55 real school lunch ideas that combine color, flavor, visual appeal and nutritional balance
  • Tips for better lunch-packing
  • Shopping list suggestions so that creating healthy meals is easier
  • Some of my favorite other online resources

All this, wrapped up in one little book that you can download then reference over the course of the year.

Click here to purchase!

Have elementary-aged kids? This book is for you, too! All the suggestions and tips are relevant for slightly older kids – simply adjust portion sizes to meet your child’s appetite.

If for any reason you don’t find this book helpful, I’ll happily refund your purchase, anytime.

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