Being a parent means you are responsible for your child or children. You should ensure that they have shelter, warmth, support and are well fed. One of the challenges of feeding the apple of your eye is preparing an exciting lunch box for them. Children are picky eaters and are influenced by their environment. What their peers say about their lunchbox influences them to want to eat it or not. Here are some exciting lunchbox ideas that you can try for your child. They are packed with nutrients and are mouth watering as well. Remember that in order to win a child over you also need to think like them as well. Follow through this ideas and your a winner.
Prepare a tomato cheese sandwich which is lightly toasted with egg. This sandwich has that thing which says "I was prepared with love". When you see a child eating this kind of a sandwich during their lunch break one would easily and rightfully assume that they come from a family which is devoted to the wellbeing of its members. This sandwich is healthy and nutritious. Even the most picky children will eat this sandwich with ease. Here is the method of preparation of this French toast.
Take a frying pan and pour 2 spoons of olive oil. Set your pan on medium heat.
Take two eggs and beat them for 1 minute. Add a pinch of salt and stir with a fork. Take your bread can be white or brown bread then dip your bread can on the egg mixture. Dip both sides then put on a frying pan. Fry until egg is golden brown. Watch your French toast not to burn whilst cooking. Once both sides are cooked take out from stove and add fillings of your desire. You can add tomato, lettuce and cheese as seen in the picture above.
Another winner for lunchbox is a home made pizza. You can save time of cooking and buy a ready made pizza from the store. You simply take your pizza from the box and put it in the oven. Bake for 15 minutes at 200°Celsius. Once the cheese has melted and the edges are golden brown your pizza is ready. Take your pizza slicer and slice your pizza in your desired shape then put into your child's lunch box. You can make it fun by going grocery shopping with your child so that they can choose their favourite pizza. That way everyone is happy and content with what they are eating.
For a healthier choice make lunchboxes that have fruits and vegetables in them. You can be inspired by making a lunchbox like the one above. For children who are picky eaters you can cut the fruits and vegetables according to their favourite shapes. This lunchbox is ideal as it is healthy and balanced with all the food groups. For those who don't eat pork russians you can opt for chicken flavoured russians. Just make sure that the rapper specifies no pork when buying it.
The picture below is the mother of all sandwiches. Have fun preparing this toasted sandwich and layering it with all the nice fillings. Hold it together with a toothpick or a skewer as seen before. Enjoy making your child happy and their tummies full with these ideas mentioned in this article.
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