Monday, February 11, 2013

More Kids Food Ideas


Sometimes the presentation can make a big difference!  There's nothing ground-breaking about these snacks, but they look bright and fun in Tupperware sandwich keepers, with silicone cupcake moulds!
I've posted previously about sometimes getting stuck in a lunch rut when it comes to feeding the kids.  Here's some of my ideas here.

So I've put together a few more that might help give you a bit of inspiration.


These mini pizza cups are so easy!  Just flatten some bread with a rolling pin, chop of the crusts and press it into a muffin pan.  Put in some fillings - these ones are salami, tomato, cheese and corn - and bake for about 10 minutes in a moderate oven.  Other fillings could be ham, egg, tuna, capsicum, peas, grated carrot, or mushroom.


Make this mini sandwich scrolls by chopping off the crusts, flattening the bread and spreading with topping.  I used cooked chicken, mayonnaise and corn.  Roll up then cut into pieces.


Don't waste the crusts!  I just sprinkled over some grated cheese and melted it in the microwave - called them cheese sticks and they were gone in no time!

3 comments:

Anonymous said...

Thanks for the lunch ideas. Im a new to making school lunches so loved your ideas.

Anonymous said...

Thanks for the lunch ideas. Im a new to making school lunches so loved your ideas.

denie relly said...

thank for your imformation kichen home design i like your post and thank you

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