Here are a few things from my “school lunch pantry”…
I use this one (with 3 divided spots) and love that I can use the silicone baking cups to separate different food items and have room at the bottom for sticks of fruit, meat and cheese rolls, or even string cheese.
These are the pop molds that I use daily for yogurt, homemade pudding, homemade smoothies, or homemade applesauce. I fill them up and put them in the freezer and grab one in the morning when I am making Jaxon’s lunch. I have found that they work best if I don’t fill them completely full and squeeze any extra air out of the top before freezing them.
These have been great reusable bags for cookies, pretzels, chips, cut up fruit, and they are super easy to wash out, dry and use again the next day…no more throwing away baggies every night!
I love these baking cups for lunches, they hold nearly anything you send in the lunch and keep food from touching each other. They are really easy to wash which is definitely a plus in my house.
As long as your school approves, I love using picks in Jaxon’s lunch. They add a little “spunk” to his lunch and encourage him to eat. I get ones that have a rounded end so they aren’t sharp.
Best water bottle ever! I send ice water every day and when he gets home at 3:00 there is still ice in the bottle!
My other favorite lunch container, it also holds anything I send for lunch and I can easily “separate” the different lunch items with ease.
Our favorite “go to” organic gummies, no dyes, no junk, just good! (My other choice is Surf Sweets bears.)
I like having fun snacks to send in Jaxon’s lunch so h feels like he is getting a “treat” while he eats. These are great because they don’t have any icky dyes in them that make my child bounce off the walls.
My little one LOVES it when I cut his sandwich into fu shapes. Any cookie cutter will do!