Visit My Delightful Designs to get an adorable set of free printables for back to school. Includes lunchbox joke cards, bookmarks and more!
Scroll through HERE (past this post) for more free printables.
Visit It Is What It Is for a free Smartie Pants printable. What a great lunch surprise for the last day of school!
This is one of the most requested snacks at our house. If you’ve never made homemade caramel corn before, you need to try this recipe at least once!
For more lunchbox snack ideas, scroll through HERE (past this post)!
Adapted from AllRecipes version.
-2 bags Pretzel Rods ($1.29 each)
-Almond Bark 24-oz ($3.99)
Makes 30-40 at a cost of $9.56 or $.24-$.32 each
Melt Almond Bark in a double boiler or microwave. Coat 1/2 of each pretzel by dipping into warm bark. Cover with sprinkles and set on wax paper until cool.
These store well for up to a week in a plastic storage bag. Maybe longer, but I wouldn’t know. They’ve never made it any longer in this house!
I’ve been on a popcorn kick lately. My kids can’t get enough of the stuff, and they are so excited to get it in their lunches. With that in mind, I went on the hunt for some fun popcorn recipes and ideas.
Cinnamon Bun Popcorn.
This was a huge hit. Not to mention super-easy and affordable.
3 cups popped popcorn
2 Tbs melted butter
1 Tbs brown sugar
1 tsp cinnamon
Combine melted butter with brown sugar and cinnamon and stir into popcorn until thoroughly coated. Enjoy!
I used scrapbook paper in fun spring colors to make cones for the popcorn. Then wrapped them in cellophane with a bit of ribbon on top!
Check out last week’s Lunch Box Love post over HERE for some free printable lunch notes.
*this recipe was adapted from food.com.
The countdown to summer vacation is on at our house! With three months to go, the kids are getting a little antsy and bored with the same old routine. So today, I decided it was time to throw a few new things in the mix! With that in mind, I am starting a weekly series called Lunch Box Love. I’ll feature free printables and lots of easy and affordable lunch ideas that will make your kids the envy of the cafeteria.
First up is a set of free lunch box love notes!
You can stop over HERE to get yours. Print them on card stock or regular paper and sneak them into their lunches for a fun surprise!
Tune in next week for some fun snack recipes!