What are your go-to easy lunchbox fillers?ย 

So I was packing the kids lunches earlier and now I’m thinking, to make life easier this week I am going to sort some lunchbox fillers I can make or prepare and have ready to grab and pack easily. I used to be really good at having all of that handy and I have not been as organised lately. I’m thinking of cutting up capsicum in chunks, rockmelon, vegemite on wraps and freezing them (rolled and cut like sushi), Vegemite scrolls, plain cooked pasta, boiled eggs, homemade vanilla yoghurt, cooked bacon, apples cut and soaked in salty water to stop browning… what else could I do? I like simple things that don’t have much prep time and that are pretty healthy. I also love doing things that don’t need much washing up, as that’s even more work! Anyway I would love to hear what you all pack as great lunchbox fillers that your kids love… comment below your ideas. 
Have a great week and let’s make packing lunches easy and fun (or at least not so tedious!). 

Happy packing!๐Ÿ‘

๐Ÿ’–Anita ๐Ÿ˜Š

P.S. here is some lunchspiration – some old photos I found on my phone!

OmieBox Lunchboxes from Bambino Love


We love using your OmieBox Lunchboxes… whether they are filled with hot or cold foods, they are a great size, they are easy to clean and my kids love taking them to school. They are easy to open and carry to school and you can get them from www.bambinolove.com.au. Thank you for a great product Bambino Love! My kids used to fight over the first one we had so we got a second one to stop the fights… check them out!

Some mornings I heat leftovers or spaghetti bolognaise and then put it in the thermos for my kids lunches (follow the instructions to do this). When they open it at the first break around 11am it is still warm and yummy to eat, they love it! They even store the whole lunchbox in the fridge, it’s amazing that it doesn’t get cold from being in there! If you want a lunchbox that has the ability to store hot and cold food at the same time, this is the one to get!