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40+ Healthy Lunch Ideas for Kids {for Home or for Homeschool Co-op}

 


Have you been looking for some great and healthy homeschool lunch ideas to either eat at home or take with you to homeschool co-op? You are not alone! I confess that I wasn’t the most dedicated when it came to packing healthy lunches for co-op days. In all honesty, it was easier to go with the practical. Well, no more! I am committed to do right by my kids! So I have seriously sat down to ponder and in this post, I have compiled a great list of 40+ healthy lunch ideas for kids!

I have seriously sat down to ponder and in this post, I have compiled a great list of 40+ healthy lunch ideas for kids!

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Montessori at Home Kid Lunch Ideas for Home or Homeschool Co-op

With these healthy kids lunch ideas, you will find that this is the perfect opportunity to Teach Kids about Healthy Food! There are some meals below that have sides and add-ons that would go well, but just take a look at our snacks ideas list to give you even more ideas on what to include in these lunch meals. 50+ Healthy Snack Ideas for Kids {for Home or for Homeschool Co-op}

  1. leftovers
  2. warm vegetable or bone broth or soup in a thermos and delicious rice
  3. deli meat and cheese slice roll-ups
  4. sandwich with deli meat and soft cheese
  5. tossed salad with a hard-boiled egg (dressing on the side)
  6. bagel with cream cheese
  7. pb&j sandwich with eggless oatmeal cookies
  8. bagel with soft cheese
  9. homemade pizza
  10. scrambled eggs and avocado
  11. salad with grilled chicken and dressing
  12. organic pasta
  13. hummus with pita bread
  14. almond flour banana bread
  15. rolled lasagna with French bread
  16. fresh berries with yogurt and granola
  17. cheese quesadilla with avocado and salsa
  18. tortilla chips with ground beef, shredded cheese and guacamole
  19. cooked gluten free oatmeal with a handful of berries
  20. pasta salad and string cheese
  21. chili with beans and tortilla chips
  22. vegetarian zucchini rolls
  23. raw or steamed vegetable medley with salad dressing and shredded cheese
  24. awesome potato tacos and guacamole

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I have seriously sat down to ponder and in this post, I have compiled a great list of 40+ healthy lunch ideas for kids!More Healthy Lunch Ideas for Kids

Here are some more homeschool co op ideas for lunches you can make at home and enjoy at co-op. Today, we went to our homeschool co-op and my daughter had plenty of praise for their lunches there. She also had some great suggestions, so I included them here!

  1. grilled cheese sandwich with baby carrots
  2. homemade pancakes and fruit or yogurt
  3. homemade chicken nuggets
  4. meatballs in hotdog bun and side salad or coleslaw
  5. soup and brown rice
  6. chicken strips with cherry tomatoes and cucumber slices
  7. homemade breakfast burrito with avocado and salsa
  8. scrambled eggs and bacon strips
  9. soft cheese with cucumber and tomato sandwich and a clementine
  10. white bean dip and tortilla chips with mini pickles
  11. scrambled egg sandwich and mini sweet bell peppers
  12. smoked salmon with cream cheese and cucumber sandwich and pickle wedges
  13. chef salad with pita bread or naan wedges and sliced apple
  14. homemade waffle and cinnamon yogurt and berries
  15. salad and chicken wrap with salad dressing and mini bell peppers
  16. avocado and mayo dip with pita wedges or thin bagel and beans
  17. homemade scones with yogurt and berries
  18. caprese salad with bruschetta and apple slices
  19. ground beef and cheese quesadilla with guacamole
  20. scrambled egg and bacon quiche slice and cut-up fruit
  21. “pizza” sandwich (tomato sauce, cheese and pepperoni) with side salad and dressing

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  • Intro to Sharp Knives
  • Cracking Eggs
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  • Flipping Pancakes
  • Rolling Dough
  • Browning Ground Meat

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  • Sharp Knife Skills, Levels 1-4
  • Slicing & Dicing Vegetables
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  • Cutting Whole Fruits
  • Sauteing Vegetables
  • Cooking Dry Beans
  • Cooking Eggs
  • Homemade White Sauce
  • Steamed Vegetables

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Are you a gluten free family? Check out our post: Family-Friendly Gluten Free Recipe Ideas

Not enough ideas? Check out our 40+ Quick, Easy & Delicious Lunch Ideas for Busy Moms or these Quick, easy and healthy lunch ideas for homeschoolers (or anyone)  Need snack ideas? Click here to check those out!


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