Get ready to ace lunchtime with these kid-approved school lunch, snack and dessert recipes! From Sushi Sandwich Rolls to Rainbow Bread and more, our A+ lineup of ideas will be the envy of the cafeteria.
Chicken Salad Space Rocket Burritos
You can absolutely play with your food — and get the kids involved! Have them help make their lunch with this fun and easy Chicken Salad Space Rocket Burrito.
No-Bake Cereal Bars
Use the family's favorite cereals to mix up a batch of No-Bake Cereal Bars.
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Apple Crunch Kitty Sandwich
Filled with apples, soy butter and cereal, the kids won't realize they're eating a healthier, peanut-free lunch.
Ham and Cheese Lunch Kabobs
A playful twist on the classic sandwich, these easy kabobs are made with savory ham, cheese and a rainbow of fresh veggies.
Blueberry-Cinnamon Yogurt Brittle
Made with only three ingredients, it's easy to prepare a batch of Blueberry-Cinnamon Yogurt Brittle for an after-school snack.
Transform ordinary slices of bread with a burst of vibrant colors! It's easier to make than you think thanks to Hy-Vee frozen white bread dough.
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Chocolate-Date Energy Balls
If you're looking for a sweet treat without added sugar, you've come to the right place! Naturally sweetened by dates, the kids will never know these chocolaty energy balls are a healthier, protein-packed snack.
Thick 'n' Creamy Macaroni and Broccoli Cheese Soup
The kids will savor every spoonful of this comforting, creamy soup.
Sushi Sandwich Rolls
Roll their favorite sandwich into a savory sushi roll they'll devour in no time.
Creepy crawly critters are a tasty way to encourage kids to eat fruits and vegetables.
Made with only five ingredients, it's easy to pack a personal pizza party in their lunch box any day.
Pack Banana "Sushi" in the kiddo's lunch box or serve as an after-school snack for a fun way to satisfy their hunger and fill their tummy with nutrients.
Totable Mac 'n' Cheese Bars
Have you ever heard of Mac 'n' Cheese Bars? Prepare a batch in advance and pack frozen bars in a school lunch box. They will be thawed and ready to reheat by lunchtime.