Healthy School Lunch Ideas

Parents always look for healthy and easy lunch ideas when their kids return to school. The challenge is identifying meals that are nutrient-dense and have strawberry benefits. The foods should have nutrients to support immune function. Here are healthy school lunch ideas that you should try out.

Chickpea Lettuce Wraps with Strawberries

Chickpea lettuce wraps combined with strawberries make a perfect lunch for your child if you want them to enjoy eating greens. Load each wrap with chickpeas baked or pan-fried in ginger and garlic-infused sauce. 

The sauce will give the meal a delicious taste that your kids will enjoy. Cook the strawberries for a minute on both sides until you see grill marks. Top the wrappings with grilled strawberries.

Tuna and Strawberry Skewers

Tuna and strawberry skewers are a delicious and easy way to get your kid to eat more veggies and fruits. Immerse bamboo skewers in water for about 20 minutes before broiling to keep them from burning. Rub a sauce of choice over the fish and marinate on a baking platter or pan. 

Leave it overnight or marinate in the refrigerator for 10 minutes. Put kebabs on the skewer and alternate tuna chunks with whole strawberries. Place the kebabs on the oven rack for each side of the tuna to be completely cooked.

Strawberry Oat Flour Yoghurt Pancakes

Pancakes are not just great for your morning meals. A stack of pancakes made with yoghurt, oat flour, and chunks of strawberries is the perfect way for your kid to enjoy lunch. Whisk together eggs, milk, yogurt, vanilla extract, orange zest, and maple syrup until smooth. 

Fold in the baking powder, oat flour, baking soda, and strawberries and mix until fully incorporated. Cook the pancakes on medium heat for about 90 seconds on a large skillet. 

Grease the pan with cooking spray or butter. Serve with strawberries and maple syrup. Cooking this meal takes about 30 minutes and is great for those with kids who love pancakes a lot.

Strawberry Spinach Salad With Grilled Chicken

Grilled chicken, fresh spinach, and fresh strawberries make for a flavorful and fun salad. The salad is easy to prepare and is perfect for school lunch. 

Spinach is an amazing vegetable that your kid can eat cooked or raw. But for your kids to enjoy spinach more, you can sauté it and add it to an existing dish. 

To prepare this meal, preheat a stovetop grill pan over medium heat. Grease the pan with cooking oil or spray. 

Pound the chicken until it forms the thickness you want. Season both sides with salt and a little pepper if your kid doesn’t mind. Cook each side for 3-4 minutes. 

Shred cheese and cut the chicken into strips. Add spinach into a serving bowl and arrange chicken, strawberries, and cheese as desired. Pour your choice of dressing over the salad and pack the meal for lunch.

Super Strawberry Fritters

Strawberry fritters are healthy lunch ideas for kids 8 years and below. They are full of flavor and are all fruit, so no syrup is needed. They make healthy finger foods and no-sugar snacks for your child to enjoy. 

Spray or butter your pan before starting for the fritters to turn out perfectly. The ingredients needed are a ripe banana, one cup of diced strawberries, and 1/2 cup of flour. 

Mash the banana in a bowl. Mix in the flour. Fold in the strawberries gently. Use a nonstick skillet and melt the butter. 

Pour the fritters into the pan and use the back of a spatula to flatten them. Cook each side for about 3-4 minutes. Pack it in an airtight container for your kid to carry to school for lunch.

Strawberry Lunchbox Balls

They are great treats for lunch boxes, gluten-free, nut-free, and made in a few minutes. You can make this great recipe on a Sunday night and store it in the freezer for your kid’s school lunches. 

Ingredients needed include fresh strawberries, sunflower seeds, chia seeds, desiccated coconut, and sweetened condensed milk. Place the chia, sunflower, and strawberries in a mixing bowl and blend until finely chopped. 

Add the condensed milk and coconut. Use the extra coconut to coat a tablespoon of the mixture to form balls. Store them in a container and refrigerate them until firm. 

Use the Above Healthy School Lunch Ideas for Maximum Strawberry Benefits

Strawberries make a great addition to any meal. Your kids will enjoy the above easy and healthy meals full of strawberry benefits for lunch at school.

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