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Send your children to school with a lunchbox full of delicious things to power them through the day

Send your children to school with a lunchbox full of delicious things to power them through the day

Lunchtime gets a bad rap for the most boring meal of the day, but it doesn’t have to be

Send a taste of home to campus

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Back to School Recipes

My boys headed back to school yesterday and my mind immediately switched from lazy breakfasts, fun poolside snacks and late dinners to quick breakfasts, healthy after-school snacks and easy family-friendly dinners. If I don&rsquot have a plan for the next day (or even better, the whole week), we end up eating boxed cereal for breakfast (which is totally fine sometimes!), driving through somewhere for an after-school snack (ice cream and french fries, anyone?!) and cheese quesadillas every night for dinner (boring!).

So, we&rsquove rounded up some of our favorite recipes to make the weekdays a little easier yet still delicious. This year, I&rsquom hoping to come up with a meal plan each Sunday so I&rsquom ready for the week. A few meals that take no time to pull together and some that take a little more time, but provide for leftovers that can be eaten over a few nights or even packed in the boys&rsquo lunchboxes.

And speaking of lunchboxes, if you&rsquore looking for lunchbox inspiration, be sure to check out my post for 6 Great School Lunchbox Ideas&hellip

You&rsquoll find breakfast, lunch, dinner and snack ideas here. Remember you can always prep meals on the weekend or even the night before. Think about your week ahead and plan accordingly. If we have a super busy week ahead, I&rsquoll make a double batch of pancakes on Sunday so we have leftovers to reheat in the toaster throughout the week. I&rsquoll also plan on a few slow cooker or casserole dinners that make a lot so we have leftovers for the next night. I like to wash all our fruit for the week on Sunday as well as clean and cut up any veggies to make cooking meals easier. I usually buy pre-washed containers of greens and baby carrots so we have no excuses when it comes to adding veggies to our meals. I hope some of these tips and recipes are helpful and make your back to school meal prep a little easier&hellip


Back to School Recipes

My boys headed back to school yesterday and my mind immediately switched from lazy breakfasts, fun poolside snacks and late dinners to quick breakfasts, healthy after-school snacks and easy family-friendly dinners. If I don&rsquot have a plan for the next day (or even better, the whole week), we end up eating boxed cereal for breakfast (which is totally fine sometimes!), driving through somewhere for an after-school snack (ice cream and french fries, anyone?!) and cheese quesadillas every night for dinner (boring!).

So, we&rsquove rounded up some of our favorite recipes to make the weekdays a little easier yet still delicious. This year, I&rsquom hoping to come up with a meal plan each Sunday so I&rsquom ready for the week. A few meals that take no time to pull together and some that take a little more time, but provide for leftovers that can be eaten over a few nights or even packed in the boys&rsquo lunchboxes.

And speaking of lunchboxes, if you&rsquore looking for lunchbox inspiration, be sure to check out my post for 6 Great School Lunchbox Ideas&hellip

You&rsquoll find breakfast, lunch, dinner and snack ideas here. Remember you can always prep meals on the weekend or even the night before. Think about your week ahead and plan accordingly. If we have a super busy week ahead, I&rsquoll make a double batch of pancakes on Sunday so we have leftovers to reheat in the toaster throughout the week. I&rsquoll also plan on a few slow cooker or casserole dinners that make a lot so we have leftovers for the next night. I like to wash all our fruit for the week on Sunday as well as clean and cut up any veggies to make cooking meals easier. I usually buy pre-washed containers of greens and baby carrots so we have no excuses when it comes to adding veggies to our meals. I hope some of these tips and recipes are helpful and make your back to school meal prep a little easier&hellip


Back to School Recipes

My boys headed back to school yesterday and my mind immediately switched from lazy breakfasts, fun poolside snacks and late dinners to quick breakfasts, healthy after-school snacks and easy family-friendly dinners. If I don&rsquot have a plan for the next day (or even better, the whole week), we end up eating boxed cereal for breakfast (which is totally fine sometimes!), driving through somewhere for an after-school snack (ice cream and french fries, anyone?!) and cheese quesadillas every night for dinner (boring!).

So, we&rsquove rounded up some of our favorite recipes to make the weekdays a little easier yet still delicious. This year, I&rsquom hoping to come up with a meal plan each Sunday so I&rsquom ready for the week. A few meals that take no time to pull together and some that take a little more time, but provide for leftovers that can be eaten over a few nights or even packed in the boys&rsquo lunchboxes.

And speaking of lunchboxes, if you&rsquore looking for lunchbox inspiration, be sure to check out my post for 6 Great School Lunchbox Ideas&hellip

You&rsquoll find breakfast, lunch, dinner and snack ideas here. Remember you can always prep meals on the weekend or even the night before. Think about your week ahead and plan accordingly. If we have a super busy week ahead, I&rsquoll make a double batch of pancakes on Sunday so we have leftovers to reheat in the toaster throughout the week. I&rsquoll also plan on a few slow cooker or casserole dinners that make a lot so we have leftovers for the next night. I like to wash all our fruit for the week on Sunday as well as clean and cut up any veggies to make cooking meals easier. I usually buy pre-washed containers of greens and baby carrots so we have no excuses when it comes to adding veggies to our meals. I hope some of these tips and recipes are helpful and make your back to school meal prep a little easier&hellip


Back to School Recipes

My boys headed back to school yesterday and my mind immediately switched from lazy breakfasts, fun poolside snacks and late dinners to quick breakfasts, healthy after-school snacks and easy family-friendly dinners. If I don&rsquot have a plan for the next day (or even better, the whole week), we end up eating boxed cereal for breakfast (which is totally fine sometimes!), driving through somewhere for an after-school snack (ice cream and french fries, anyone?!) and cheese quesadillas every night for dinner (boring!).

So, we&rsquove rounded up some of our favorite recipes to make the weekdays a little easier yet still delicious. This year, I&rsquom hoping to come up with a meal plan each Sunday so I&rsquom ready for the week. A few meals that take no time to pull together and some that take a little more time, but provide for leftovers that can be eaten over a few nights or even packed in the boys&rsquo lunchboxes.

And speaking of lunchboxes, if you&rsquore looking for lunchbox inspiration, be sure to check out my post for 6 Great School Lunchbox Ideas&hellip

You&rsquoll find breakfast, lunch, dinner and snack ideas here. Remember you can always prep meals on the weekend or even the night before. Think about your week ahead and plan accordingly. If we have a super busy week ahead, I&rsquoll make a double batch of pancakes on Sunday so we have leftovers to reheat in the toaster throughout the week. I&rsquoll also plan on a few slow cooker or casserole dinners that make a lot so we have leftovers for the next night. I like to wash all our fruit for the week on Sunday as well as clean and cut up any veggies to make cooking meals easier. I usually buy pre-washed containers of greens and baby carrots so we have no excuses when it comes to adding veggies to our meals. I hope some of these tips and recipes are helpful and make your back to school meal prep a little easier&hellip


Back to School Recipes

My boys headed back to school yesterday and my mind immediately switched from lazy breakfasts, fun poolside snacks and late dinners to quick breakfasts, healthy after-school snacks and easy family-friendly dinners. If I don&rsquot have a plan for the next day (or even better, the whole week), we end up eating boxed cereal for breakfast (which is totally fine sometimes!), driving through somewhere for an after-school snack (ice cream and french fries, anyone?!) and cheese quesadillas every night for dinner (boring!).

So, we&rsquove rounded up some of our favorite recipes to make the weekdays a little easier yet still delicious. This year, I&rsquom hoping to come up with a meal plan each Sunday so I&rsquom ready for the week. A few meals that take no time to pull together and some that take a little more time, but provide for leftovers that can be eaten over a few nights or even packed in the boys&rsquo lunchboxes.

And speaking of lunchboxes, if you&rsquore looking for lunchbox inspiration, be sure to check out my post for 6 Great School Lunchbox Ideas&hellip

You&rsquoll find breakfast, lunch, dinner and snack ideas here. Remember you can always prep meals on the weekend or even the night before. Think about your week ahead and plan accordingly. If we have a super busy week ahead, I&rsquoll make a double batch of pancakes on Sunday so we have leftovers to reheat in the toaster throughout the week. I&rsquoll also plan on a few slow cooker or casserole dinners that make a lot so we have leftovers for the next night. I like to wash all our fruit for the week on Sunday as well as clean and cut up any veggies to make cooking meals easier. I usually buy pre-washed containers of greens and baby carrots so we have no excuses when it comes to adding veggies to our meals. I hope some of these tips and recipes are helpful and make your back to school meal prep a little easier&hellip


Back to School Recipes

My boys headed back to school yesterday and my mind immediately switched from lazy breakfasts, fun poolside snacks and late dinners to quick breakfasts, healthy after-school snacks and easy family-friendly dinners. If I don&rsquot have a plan for the next day (or even better, the whole week), we end up eating boxed cereal for breakfast (which is totally fine sometimes!), driving through somewhere for an after-school snack (ice cream and french fries, anyone?!) and cheese quesadillas every night for dinner (boring!).

So, we&rsquove rounded up some of our favorite recipes to make the weekdays a little easier yet still delicious. This year, I&rsquom hoping to come up with a meal plan each Sunday so I&rsquom ready for the week. A few meals that take no time to pull together and some that take a little more time, but provide for leftovers that can be eaten over a few nights or even packed in the boys&rsquo lunchboxes.

And speaking of lunchboxes, if you&rsquore looking for lunchbox inspiration, be sure to check out my post for 6 Great School Lunchbox Ideas&hellip

You&rsquoll find breakfast, lunch, dinner and snack ideas here. Remember you can always prep meals on the weekend or even the night before. Think about your week ahead and plan accordingly. If we have a super busy week ahead, I&rsquoll make a double batch of pancakes on Sunday so we have leftovers to reheat in the toaster throughout the week. I&rsquoll also plan on a few slow cooker or casserole dinners that make a lot so we have leftovers for the next night. I like to wash all our fruit for the week on Sunday as well as clean and cut up any veggies to make cooking meals easier. I usually buy pre-washed containers of greens and baby carrots so we have no excuses when it comes to adding veggies to our meals. I hope some of these tips and recipes are helpful and make your back to school meal prep a little easier&hellip


Back to School Recipes

My boys headed back to school yesterday and my mind immediately switched from lazy breakfasts, fun poolside snacks and late dinners to quick breakfasts, healthy after-school snacks and easy family-friendly dinners. If I don&rsquot have a plan for the next day (or even better, the whole week), we end up eating boxed cereal for breakfast (which is totally fine sometimes!), driving through somewhere for an after-school snack (ice cream and french fries, anyone?!) and cheese quesadillas every night for dinner (boring!).

So, we&rsquove rounded up some of our favorite recipes to make the weekdays a little easier yet still delicious. This year, I&rsquom hoping to come up with a meal plan each Sunday so I&rsquom ready for the week. A few meals that take no time to pull together and some that take a little more time, but provide for leftovers that can be eaten over a few nights or even packed in the boys&rsquo lunchboxes.

And speaking of lunchboxes, if you&rsquore looking for lunchbox inspiration, be sure to check out my post for 6 Great School Lunchbox Ideas&hellip

You&rsquoll find breakfast, lunch, dinner and snack ideas here. Remember you can always prep meals on the weekend or even the night before. Think about your week ahead and plan accordingly. If we have a super busy week ahead, I&rsquoll make a double batch of pancakes on Sunday so we have leftovers to reheat in the toaster throughout the week. I&rsquoll also plan on a few slow cooker or casserole dinners that make a lot so we have leftovers for the next night. I like to wash all our fruit for the week on Sunday as well as clean and cut up any veggies to make cooking meals easier. I usually buy pre-washed containers of greens and baby carrots so we have no excuses when it comes to adding veggies to our meals. I hope some of these tips and recipes are helpful and make your back to school meal prep a little easier&hellip


Back to School Recipes

My boys headed back to school yesterday and my mind immediately switched from lazy breakfasts, fun poolside snacks and late dinners to quick breakfasts, healthy after-school snacks and easy family-friendly dinners. If I don&rsquot have a plan for the next day (or even better, the whole week), we end up eating boxed cereal for breakfast (which is totally fine sometimes!), driving through somewhere for an after-school snack (ice cream and french fries, anyone?!) and cheese quesadillas every night for dinner (boring!).

So, we&rsquove rounded up some of our favorite recipes to make the weekdays a little easier yet still delicious. This year, I&rsquom hoping to come up with a meal plan each Sunday so I&rsquom ready for the week. A few meals that take no time to pull together and some that take a little more time, but provide for leftovers that can be eaten over a few nights or even packed in the boys&rsquo lunchboxes.

And speaking of lunchboxes, if you&rsquore looking for lunchbox inspiration, be sure to check out my post for 6 Great School Lunchbox Ideas&hellip

You&rsquoll find breakfast, lunch, dinner and snack ideas here. Remember you can always prep meals on the weekend or even the night before. Think about your week ahead and plan accordingly. If we have a super busy week ahead, I&rsquoll make a double batch of pancakes on Sunday so we have leftovers to reheat in the toaster throughout the week. I&rsquoll also plan on a few slow cooker or casserole dinners that make a lot so we have leftovers for the next night. I like to wash all our fruit for the week on Sunday as well as clean and cut up any veggies to make cooking meals easier. I usually buy pre-washed containers of greens and baby carrots so we have no excuses when it comes to adding veggies to our meals. I hope some of these tips and recipes are helpful and make your back to school meal prep a little easier&hellip


Back to School Recipes

My boys headed back to school yesterday and my mind immediately switched from lazy breakfasts, fun poolside snacks and late dinners to quick breakfasts, healthy after-school snacks and easy family-friendly dinners. If I don&rsquot have a plan for the next day (or even better, the whole week), we end up eating boxed cereal for breakfast (which is totally fine sometimes!), driving through somewhere for an after-school snack (ice cream and french fries, anyone?!) and cheese quesadillas every night for dinner (boring!).

So, we&rsquove rounded up some of our favorite recipes to make the weekdays a little easier yet still delicious. This year, I&rsquom hoping to come up with a meal plan each Sunday so I&rsquom ready for the week. A few meals that take no time to pull together and some that take a little more time, but provide for leftovers that can be eaten over a few nights or even packed in the boys&rsquo lunchboxes.

And speaking of lunchboxes, if you&rsquore looking for lunchbox inspiration, be sure to check out my post for 6 Great School Lunchbox Ideas&hellip

You&rsquoll find breakfast, lunch, dinner and snack ideas here. Remember you can always prep meals on the weekend or even the night before. Think about your week ahead and plan accordingly. If we have a super busy week ahead, I&rsquoll make a double batch of pancakes on Sunday so we have leftovers to reheat in the toaster throughout the week. I&rsquoll also plan on a few slow cooker or casserole dinners that make a lot so we have leftovers for the next night. I like to wash all our fruit for the week on Sunday as well as clean and cut up any veggies to make cooking meals easier. I usually buy pre-washed containers of greens and baby carrots so we have no excuses when it comes to adding veggies to our meals. I hope some of these tips and recipes are helpful and make your back to school meal prep a little easier&hellip


Back to School Recipes

My boys headed back to school yesterday and my mind immediately switched from lazy breakfasts, fun poolside snacks and late dinners to quick breakfasts, healthy after-school snacks and easy family-friendly dinners. If I don&rsquot have a plan for the next day (or even better, the whole week), we end up eating boxed cereal for breakfast (which is totally fine sometimes!), driving through somewhere for an after-school snack (ice cream and french fries, anyone?!) and cheese quesadillas every night for dinner (boring!).

So, we&rsquove rounded up some of our favorite recipes to make the weekdays a little easier yet still delicious. This year, I&rsquom hoping to come up with a meal plan each Sunday so I&rsquom ready for the week. A few meals that take no time to pull together and some that take a little more time, but provide for leftovers that can be eaten over a few nights or even packed in the boys&rsquo lunchboxes.

And speaking of lunchboxes, if you&rsquore looking for lunchbox inspiration, be sure to check out my post for 6 Great School Lunchbox Ideas&hellip

You&rsquoll find breakfast, lunch, dinner and snack ideas here. Remember you can always prep meals on the weekend or even the night before. Think about your week ahead and plan accordingly. If we have a super busy week ahead, I&rsquoll make a double batch of pancakes on Sunday so we have leftovers to reheat in the toaster throughout the week. I&rsquoll also plan on a few slow cooker or casserole dinners that make a lot so we have leftovers for the next night. I like to wash all our fruit for the week on Sunday as well as clean and cut up any veggies to make cooking meals easier. I usually buy pre-washed containers of greens and baby carrots so we have no excuses when it comes to adding veggies to our meals. I hope some of these tips and recipes are helpful and make your back to school meal prep a little easier&hellip