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 Friday, January 19th, 2018


February 26, 2011

Tips for packing the Perfect Lunch Box

Wash your lunchbox: Bacteria can grow anywhere, so be sure to clean your box or bag out regularly. Safety first.

Ice packs: a number of reusable ice packs exist, but you can also freeze those little individual juice containers and let them thaw until lunch time.

Cookie cutter sandwiches: Make these with your kids. Slice the crusts off the bread and use cookie cutters in fun shapes. Pack a few extra to share with friends.

Nuts to You! One of the most boring things about brown bag lunches is the lack of variety and texture. Adding nuts or sunflower seeds to salads, soups and even sandwiches makes for crunch appeal. Try some toasted, spiced pecans in your bag instead of chips.




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