Best Back to Back Lunches for K-12

Nowadays, kids can be so picky about what they like and don’t like. On the other hand, sometimes allergies get in the way of giving them what they want. There are so many new and improved Pinterest recipes that have helped moms/dads all over the world gather great lunch ideas for their kids. Rachel Harow, has children who aren’t very picky but love trying new things. It’s important that as children are developing they get the right amount of carbohydrates, protein, and sugar in their diets. 

Energy bites are all the rage. They usually don’t require any baking and can be vegan. Since fall is around the corner, pumpkin energy balls are very much in season. It requires ½ cup of pumpkin puree, 1-2 cups of oatmeal, 5 tablespoons of honey, 1 teaspoon of pumpkin spice, ⅓ cup of chocolate chips, and nut butter of one’s choice. Since allergies are a prominent issue in schools, using sunflower butter as a substitute and ensuring the child is eating safely. Fried green beans are an awesome snack for kids who enjoy eating unhealthy foods. Yes, the green beans are friends, but some of those antioxidants stick even when they are pulled out of the hot oil. All one will need is 1 pound of green beans, 2 cups of flour or almond flour, seasoning of one’s choice, and vegetable oil. It’s a very simple recipe and people like Rachel Harow enjoy making it for her family. Pinterest has an infinite amount of recipes for anyone’s tastes and flavors, it only takes a few minutes to check them out.