What’s for dinner? If you’re a parent, you’re probably tired of hearing those three words. Coming up with a new meal every day that pleases the whole family and fits within the food budget is a constant challenge, but dinnertime can be easy if you keep it simple. Here are five cheap and easy meal ideas that are sure to please kids of all ages.
Lunch is one of the most important times of the day, not only for adults but for kids as well. You want to send your kids off to lunch with the best food you can give them. If you are not sure where to get started for your preparations, think about some of these healthy school lunches you can make.
I can remember when I was younger and it was back to school time. I used to get so excited about the kitty on my lunchbox and the red Power Ranger on my backpack. Yep, I was a little everywhere but one of the things my mother made the most exciting was our snacks. We didn’t have snacks like Slammers Snacks back then. We usually had baby carrots, chips, or something similar but she would draw faces on the bags, etc. Times sure have changed and now, kids have access to some amazing snacking options and Slammers is leading the way!
Toast is one of those versatile food items. You can have toast for breakfast, lunch, dinner or snack. Toast is warm and crunchy plus there are some savory and creative toppings you can add to make it even more delicious!
The kids will be out of school before you know it. Then, they will be asking what’s for lunch and what’s for dinner! I’ve found a quick and easy way to add more lunch recipes to your life – eMeals. This inexpensive service provides a kid-friendly lunch plan each week via pdf straight to my inbox. It includes recipes and a shopping list ready for me to print and prepare! eMeals will even throw in an added bonus: a pack-able dessert recipe.