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If you are looking for inspiration to tempt your little ones at lunch time, here are a few ideas to make lunch time less boring! Whether lunch is normally at home, or at nursery or school, there are lots of easy ways you can make lunch more exciting and tasty than the same on sarnies!
Different bread: try little rolls, neatly cut in half or different types of rolls such as brioche, twisted rolls or bagels. Tortilla wraps or pitta is another good and cheap idea.
Go French: try filling croissants with some ham and cheese for a continental lunch treat.
Pasta: cooled pasta with some chopped vegetables and cubes of ham is easy and tasty to eat.
Dippy: try cutting cucumber, carrot, celery into sticks and include a pot of hummus in the lunch box for some dippy treats. Add some pitta bread to dip too!
Finger food: cubes cheese, ham, vegetables and fruit need to be eaten with fingers. They can be a tasty and healthy lunch option.
Couscous salad: couscous is the easiest food to prepare. Make a portion the night before and cool. Cut some cherry tomatoes, cucumber, hams and peppers into tiny pieces and mix well. Pop into a lunch box with a fork for a great lunchtime snack.
Crackers: get hold of some cheese biscuits or crackers for another option. Wrap tightly so they stay fresh and serve alongside cheese slices and apples.
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