101 Real Food Snacks to Add to a Sack Lunch

101 Real Food Snacks to Add to a Sack Lunch

 

Having a stockpile of goodies to stick in the kid’s lunch boxes makes putting the lunches together simple and fun. Having a variety means more eating and less trading as well.

Ok, so the main part of lunches are taken care of (see 101 Simple Sack Lunches for the Busy Family here), but what else do you stick in their lunch box?

Here are 101 non-processed goodies for when you’re brown-bagging it:

  1. Sugar Snap Peas
  2. Carrot Sticks
  3. Ants on a Log
  4. Cherry Tomatoes
  5. Romaine Lettuce Leaves (my kids love the little leaves in the romaine hearts.)
  6. Sweet Mini Peppers
  7. Bell Pepper Sticks
  8. Cucumber Rounds
  9. Zucchini Rounds
  10. Green Beans
  11. Broccoli
  12. Cauliflower
  13. Celery Sticks
  14. Avocado half (Spritz with lemon or lime juice to prevent browning)
  15. Guacamole
  16. Salsa
  17. Kale Chips
  18. Simple Fruit Salad
  19. Super Fruit Dip with apple slices or celery sticks
  20. Apple Slices (dip in salt water to avoid browning)
  21. Pear Slices (dip in salt water to avoid browning)
  22. Orange Wedges
  23. Clementine
  24. Cherries
  25. Blueberries
  26. Raspberries
  27. Blackberries
  28. Strawberries
  29. Star Fruit
  30. Cantaloupe
  31. Honeydew Melon
  32. Watermelon
  33. Grapes
  34. Banana
  35. Applesauce
  36. Mango
  37. Pomegranate Seeds (How to deseed a pomegranate)
  38. Kiwi
  39. Dates
  40. Figs
  41. Peach Slices
  42. Nectarine Slices
  43. Plums
  44. Apricots
  45. Pineapple Chunks
  46. Dried Kiwi
  47. Dried Banana
  48. Dried Peaches
  49. Dried Figs
  50. Dried Plums
  51. Dried Apricots
  52. Dried Pineapple
  53. Dried Mango
  54. Dried Papaya
  55. Chocolate Pudding
  56. Tapioca Pudding
  57. Grab n Go Granola Bars
  58. Popcorn
  59. Crackers
  60. Corn Chips
  61. Pomegranate Gummies
  62. Fruit & Veggie Gummies
  63. Sour Gummies
  64. Apple Date Snacks
  65. Larabar
  66. Peanut Butter Bites
  67. Frozen Smoothie (Freeze in this)
  68. Frozen Yogurt (Freeze in this)
  69. Kimchi
  70. Sauerkraut
  71. Fermented Carrot sticks
  72. Fermented Pickles
  73. Pepperoncinis
  74. Trail Mix
  75. Almonds
  76. Pecans
  77. Cashews
  78. Sunflower Seeds
  79. Pumpkin Seeds
  80. Honey Stick
  81. Pretzels
  82. Crackers
  83. Olives
  84. Cheese Sticks
  85. Cheese Cubes
  86. Laughing Cow Cheeses
  87. Sliced Mushrooms
  88. Cottage Cheese
  89. Carrot Salad
  90. Cabbage, Apple & Raisin Salad
  91. Apple, Celery & Raisin Salad
  92. Bell Pepper Salad
  93. Dinner Roll
  94. Potato Pancake
  95. Greek Salad
  96. Spinach Strawberry Salad
  97. Pasta Salad
  98. Potato Salad
  99. Cooked Winter Squash with Cinnamon
  100. Pumpkin Pie
  101. Cheesecake (well, why not?!)

 

 

 Need to know how to integrate homemade lunches into your daily routines?

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About the author, Rachel

Hi there! I’m the Joyful Space Specialist. it’s my desire help others create a joyful space of their own and enjoy their time spent at home.

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