This post was created in partnership with Harvest Snaps and Boar’s Head. I have been compensated for this post. However, all thoughts and opinions are my own.
We pack lunches almost every day of the week for the 7 and 5 year olds and the 2 year old is every day. So, we have to have some variety in their lunches to keep everybody from getting bored.
With the help of Boar’s Head’s Sandwiches and Paninis and Harvest Snaps Lunchspiration, and my own creative genius, I’ve come up with some easy, healthy and well rounded lunches for the kids. And, they don’t require crazy tools or amounts of time. (I love the super creative lunch boxes, it’s just not me!)
carrot sticks // diced avocado with lime juice // Harvest Snaps pea “chips” // homemade chicken salad with Boar’s Head pickles // grapes // whole wheat crackers
My favorite are the lightly salted Harvest Snaps. They are light, crispy and have a flavor that tastes nothing like peas to me (but, I like peas). They are baked, gluten-free, high in fiber and protein, low in sodium and fat. And quite a few flavors are also dairy free!
ham wrap (inspired by a Boar’s Head wrap*) // clementine orange // cheese stick // GoGoSqueez // butter crackers
Did you know that all of Boar’s Head premium products contain no fillers, no by-products, no artificial colors or flavors, no gluten, and zero grams of trans fat per serving? It’s a little pricier than the stuff prepackaged (about $10/pound), but they keep it real!
cheese stick // grape tomatoes // ravioli (already cooked and cooled) // baby carrots // clementine orange
I always like to see what other people are putting in their lunches that are easy and fun, so I searched around for a couple good ones.
Want to win your own box of Harvest Snaps? Please comment which Harvest Snaps flavor is your favorite/which Harvest Snaps flavor you would like to try in the comments section below. I will pick a winner on 9/29.
Want a bonus entry? Tell me your favorite lunch to pack or your favorite lunch growing up.
Giveaway is closed. Congrats to random.org winner, MommaE!