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7 Lunch Box Combos Your Kids Will Love

Pump up that school time snack box with 7 easy treats that look as good as they taste!


Who says snack box and lunch box packing should be a tricky task? Set the pace for your school day with these 7 adorable ideas for lunch-'n-munch snack boxes. Using the 1+1+1=MUNCH equation, we've pulled together some fabulous combinations.

 



1. Tropicool Munchbox




Three cool and easy little treats--Tropical Fruit Yoplait, a kiwi, and a fortune cookie--lend a touch of tropical flair (and a little bit of fun!) to your kiddos snackbox. Arrange them together with a tiny pack of ice to keep the yogurt extra chilly.

 

2. Chocolate Chipped Strawberries




Yoplait Whips! Chocolate, strawberries, and a little box of Cookie Crisp makes for a super fun chocolate chipped treat! Just grab, pack, and get ready to snack!

 

3. Down on the Farm




Give your kids a taste of the olden days with this fun farm-themed lunchbox. Pull together a lemon-flavored Fiber One bar, a small pouch of fresh blackberries, and a hard-boiled egg for a fun old-timey treat that's as good as grandma's homemade goodies!

 

4. Mini Lunch 'N Munch




Everythings more fun when it's mini! Get your tots excited about snacktime with this delicious snackbox full of tiny bites! A baby bagel, mini orange, and little gem-like bites of Gusher's Fruit Snacks get munchtime done in style!

 

5. Stick 'Em Up




Tie together your kids lunch and change things up a bit! Pack a Fiber One Strawberry PB&J bar, a pack of Go-Gurt, and a stick of beef jerky make for a fun treat that lasts an "extra-long" time!

 

6. Polka-Dot Power




Pull out the polka-dots big and small with turkey rounds, little wheels of cheese, and colorful grapes in this cute snack pack. Full of the most fun finger foods, even the most finicky eaters will want to gobble this box of yummies up.

 

7. The Funky Monkey




Have fun! Get funky! This nummy little lunch box includes everything your little monkey needs to enjoy a nosh. Banana, chocolate-hazelnut spread, and a peanutty Nature Valley Sweet & Salty Nut granola bar makes for delicious eating every day of the week!

 

Brooke blogs at Cheeky Kitchen where she shares crazy simple, healthy family recipes. She joined Tablespoon to share some of her best, so keep an eye on Brooke's profile to see what she cooks up next!

 



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