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PostSubject: Lunch Menus   Thu Aug 16, 2012 9:25 pm

Stuffed Pizza Snacks
Pizza muffins
Mini Deep Dish BBQ Pizza
Corn Dog mini muffins
Ham and Cheese pockets
taco wontons
buffalo chicken pastries
mini chicken pot pies
taco dip in a cup
meatloaf in a muffin tin
bbq bacon chicken bites
tamale cups
mac and cheese cups
cheese quesadilla
pizza quesadilla
mini spaghetti cups

Keeping food warm for a couple hours
~use insulated thermos -- heat with boiling water before adding warmed food

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http://www.secondchancetodream.com/2012/07/back-to-school-sandwich-less-lunch-ideas.html
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PostSubject: Re: Lunch Menus   Sat Aug 18, 2012 3:07 am

163 Lunches from Tip Junkie

12 Creative Craft Food kid lunches
These crafts with food are so much fun to make and are sure to impress your children. So if you’re wondering what to make that your kids will eat, try these creative craft food recipes!

12 Creative school lunches
You aren’t going to believe how amazing these are! I hope you’ll check out the tips & tricks and be inspired to make something fun for your little one this week.

Fruit Rolls
Pizza Pockets

Hungry Caterpillar Bento Boxes
our very hungry preschooler will eat up this Very Hungry Caterpillar themed lunch. A great way to incorporate lost of fun veggies in their lunchbox, the caterpillar and leaves are all nutritious and delicious.

Lorax Lunch
A Lorax Lunch ~ Have your kids seen the Lorax movie yet? Are they obsessed? Make them this light lunch of a Lorax sandwich with fruit and veggie trees. Also a healthy after-school snack.

and more....
http://www.tipjunkie.com/lunch-foods/
Brain Boosting Lunch ideas
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PostSubject: Re: Lunch Menus   Tue Sep 04, 2012 4:00 am

Picture lunch menu (elementary)

http://www.flickr.com/photos/mslil65/sets/72157601755804789/
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PostSubject: Re: Lunch Menus   Wed Oct 03, 2012 7:04 pm

http://www.mommysavers.com/c/t/131792/frugal-meals-for-kids-cheap-snack-and-lunch-ideas
  1. Crustless sandwiches :: use pnutbutter (lg) lid to twist a crustless sandwich
  2. Make your own lunchables
  3. kabob
  4. Pnutbutter and banana tortilla rollup
  5. Make your own jello or pudding cups
  6. ant on a log :: pnutbutter on celery with raisins on top
  7. repkg large bags of crackers, goldfish, etc in snack size
  8. Make your own GORP in snack baggies
  9. Make your own fruit at the bottom yogurt cups
  10. egg or ham salad as dip for crackers
  11. Fruit Kabob
  12. Ham Kabob :: cubes of ham, cheese, pineapple
  13. String cheese wrapped in meat spread with honey mustard
  14. Peanutbutter eggs :: 3/4 c peanut butter ; 3/4 c honey; 2 t vanilla; 3/4 c dry milk; 1 c oatmeal, 3 T hot water, mix and press into egg shapes, refrigerate
  15. Fresh Fruit and Dip :: Blend frozen strawberries & cream cheese, stir in 1/4 sour cream, 1T sugar. cover and refrigerate. For lunch put dip in resealable container with fruit on the side
  16. Homemade Fruit cup
  17. cold pizza/cold chicken
  18. Homemade snack mix :: e.g. teddy grahams, m&m, yogurt raisins, peanuts
  19. cheese cut into fun shapes
  20. bagel chips (thinly slice bagel and place on greased cookie sheet season with oil and spices of choice. Bake at 350 15-20 min flip half way through) and hummus
  21. fruit leather
  22. pretzels with peanut butter dip
  23. homemade applesauce :: apple slices into bowl with brown sugar and cinnamon, cover and microwave for 5 minutes, carefully remove, stir and cook covered for another 5minutes. Rest 15 min, then stir and crush.
  24. cold pasta salad :: pasta, sm cheese cubes, thawed peas with salad dressing
  25. peanut butter and banana dog (on a hot dog bun)
  26. easy alphabet soup (alphabets in broth....add leftovers if desired)
  27. cheese bread sticks (with diced meat rolled into it)
  28. deviled eggs
  29. stuffed potato
  30. thermos food :: mac n cheese, chili, hotdog n beans, rice n beans
  31. popcorn
  32. pumpkin seeds
  33. jello jigglers
  34. burrito
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PostSubject: Cucumber Sub   Wed Jan 30, 2013 8:50 am

http://makethebestofeverything.com/2012/07/cucumber-subs.html

Cucumber Subs
I am always experimenting with new low carb recipes. Please “like” Make the best of everything on Facebookfor new low carb updates!!Here is another installment in my ” eating lighter” campaign. And I should just state that I am NOT anti bread! I LOVE bread! I am just trying to be pro vegetable!

Do you peel your cucumbers? I sometimes do. If the skin tastes bitter I will defiantly peel it. If the cucumber is organic, I will always leave it on. There is so much nutrients in the skin, that I like to keep the skin on if possible.

And I must say, that after a hard morning workout during this hot summer season, this was an extremely refreshing lunch. I have always loved cucumbers. They are so crisp and refreshing. Have you ever had a cucumber slice on a Triscut cracker? Now THATS something!

These are the ingredients I chose to use in my cucumber subs. These are the items I prefer on a sandwich. Guess what? you don’t have to follow my recipe. Make something you will enjoy! I happen to be a HUGE fan of both dijon mustard and laughing cow cheese.

Cut your cucumber to make it appropriate for a sub sandwich and scoop out the seeds. The sandwich fillings will go there!

This was a great lunch. However, I am not sure I will make them exactly like this next time. I will either cut the sandwich into smaller pieces before eating it, or I will make this open faced.
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