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Healthy lunchboxes

I was happy when I saw the lunchbox builder that came with our Flora lunchbox; according to the advice, Kaycee and Ella already have healthy lunchboxes 🙂

Ella quite often makes herself a mixed salad with tomatoes, cucumber, sliced new potatoes, sweetcorn, and ham mixed with some lighter than light mayo.
She has a piece of fruit and small snack size bags of party rings or mini Oreos. Her drink is usually flavoured still water or weak squash.

The only thing we could change to make them healthier is moving from white bread to wholemeal. We all used to have wholemeal until Ant started making fresh white bread every day. Once they’d tasted that, the wholemeal bread went out the window! (except for me, I still have wholemeal). Mind you, if I had the choice, (I’m doing Slimming World and white bread is too many syns for me) I’d have the white bread as well, it’s totes delish, as Ant says!

For lunch tomorrow Ella’s made herself a tuna, sweetcorn and mayo sandwich with some cherry tomatoes, cucumber and a piece of peanut butter flapjack. She used the lunchbox builder which was included on the Lunchbox Tips and Ideas leaflet in the free lunchbox.

Flora healthy lunchboxes


healthy lunches

healthy lunches

healthy lunches


I’m lucky in that we don’t have picky eaters here (except for the white versus wholemeal bread thing!) but if you do, there are lots of ideas on the Flora website to help you make lunches all kids will want to eat. The link to the Flora site is below 🙂

healthy lunches

This post is an entry for the #FloraLunchbox Linky Challenge, sponsored by Flora. Check out their lunch planner and recipe ideas here.


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  2. Morgan Prince 6th October 2016 at 11:39 am

    Oh yes having picky eaters is a pain – getting them to eat fruit and veg is a challenge! I love the lunchbox builder – it’s so useful and allows my boys to choose what they’d like. 🙂

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