5 easy-to-pack lunches for back to school


We know there's a lot that goes into sending the kids back to school. Shopping for supplies and getting the little ones back into a routine, all while trying to soak up every last minute of summer sun. Packing lunch for you or your family is probably the last thing on your mind, so we've decided to give you a little inspiration. These back-to-school lunches are easy to pack, require minimal cleanup and you don't even need to turn on the oven. It doesn't get much better than that! 

Pizza Roll-Ups

Pizza Sauce
Mozzarella Cheese
Dried Oregano
Cream Cheese

Spread a thin layer of cream cheese on the tortilla, followed by a spoonful of pizza sauce. Add a slice of mozzarella cheese and oregano seasoning to taste. Lay on your favorite pizza topping (we chose pepperoni). Roll up and cut into bite-sized pieces. Serve with pizza sauce on the side for dipping.


Mason Jar Berry Salad

Balsamic Dressing
Spinach (or favorite salad mix)
Chopped Almonds
Feta Cheese

Mason jar salads are perfect because they are completely portable and customizable. Our summer berry salad is great for a light lunch on a hot day. Pour the dressing in bottom of the mason jar. Add spinach and layer on toppings. When it's time to dig in, shake the jar so the ingredients combine and enjoy!


Greek Chick Pea Salad

One can of chickpeas
1 Tbsp finely chopped red onion
Half red bell pepper, diced
Half yellow pepper, diced
1/4 cup kalamata olives, diced
1/4 cup Roma tomato, diced
Feta Cheese
1/2 cup Greek dressing of choice

This healthy and filling lunch is a great make-ahead option. First, drain the chickpeas and put into a bowl or container. Add chopped ingredients and dressing. Mix well until all ingredients are coated with dressing. Add crumbled feta to top. Refrigerate for 3 hours before serving.


Bento Boxed Lunch

Hard-boiled egg
Deli meat of coice
Celery or carrot sticks

This bento boxed lunch is a great way to customize your families lunches for the picky eaters in your family. We filled our bento box with ham and turkey deli meat, cheddar and provolone cheese cut into small squares, a hard-boiled egg, and brioche toast crackers. We added hummus to the bottom of a smaller mason jar along with some celery sticks for an easy afternoon snack.


Caprese Skewers

Cherry tomatoes
Fresh basil
Mozzarella cheese balls

Simple as can be! Alternate ingredients on your skewer and drizzle with balsamic. These caprese skewers are as delicious as they are beautiful. No utensils required! 


These easy and delicious recipes are sure to make the back to school grind a lot more delicious for you and your little ones. Now, let's eat!


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