I’m sure that there are many moms at this very minute looking in their fridge and dreading the prospect of another year of fixing school lunches.
10 months of preparing school lunches can sorely tax the most creative parent’s culinary imagination, so if you’re looking for a little help, drop in to the library.
Bobby Kalman has 2 excellent offerings from her Kid Power series: “Lunch Munch” and “Super Snacks”. The recipes in these books are nutritious and easy enough for kids to prepare.
The “Kids’ healthy lunchbox” by Cara Hobday contains 50 delicious and nutritious recipes. These lunches certainly are a creative alternative to the plain old sandwich.
“Eat it Up!: Lipsmaking recipes for kids” by Elisabeth de Mariaffi is much more than just lunches and will not doubt have your kids wanting to make their own.
Each branch has a large section of cookbooks and staff are always ready to point you in the right direction.