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Colorful Lunches Make Back-to-School Time Fun! Rock the Lunch Box Giveaway

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*This is a sponsored post in cooperation Rock the Lunch Box brands Organic Valley, Stonyfield and others, bringing you yummy content plus a giveaway!

Kids want fun, festive food for their school lunches!  Parents want ideal nutrition and perhaps even made-from-scratch foods. Reality is, we will all have mornings, days, weeks when we just don’t have enough time and we need something prepackaged.  Our family is participating in the Rock the Lunch Box program again this year as we get inspired to create colorful lunches with real, colorful food, including some real convenience food.

Strawberries Egg CU

I asked my oldest daughter to use her artistic skills to describe her dream lunch for school.  She had a couple of interestingly sugary ideas that she knew I wouldn’t go for.  I did put fresh, red strawberries in this lunch for her.  Plus, the Half Time kit that I included for convenience has Annie’s gummy bunnies made with real fruit juice, no artificial colors and less sugar than the lollipop she drew.

Kid Lunch Drawing FSM

I’m pretty frugal, so I tend to create things like cracker and cut-deli-meat kits myself.  However, this new Half Time concept seems like a great choice for parents who need things prepackaged and ready to eat. Because it’s from Applegate, I can be sure the meat wasn’t created with antibiotics or growth hormones. I already know my kids love Stonyfield organic Squeezers.

My daughter is always needing a filling lunch, as she burns lots of calories with sports.  So, I added extra protein to this school lunch with a hard-boiled egg and some red kidney beans.  The Annie’s cheddar bunny mix can add some filling carbohydrates. Fresh red leaf lettuce and fruit, as well as Organic Valley milk round out a meal.  Perhaps she can save the organic purple plum or some bunny crackers for an after-school snack.

HalfTime Lunch FSM

We’re striving to save time by keeping our Bento, U-Konserve and Blue Avocado ReZip containers all in one drawer, where even the kids can reach them to pack their own lunches.

An additional lunch combination we prepared super fast was a simple turkey and lettuce sandwich with Rudi’s gluten free bread, plus bunny crackers, string cheese and a container of vegetables.  My kids love the blueberry flavored YoKids Squeezer as part of a meal or a snack on its own.  I like that it’s organic and has a straightforward ingredient list.

Sandwich & Squeezer

You’ll find hundreds more fun lunch ideas plus cool coupons at rockthelunchbox.com.

One lucky Flour Sack Mama blog or Clean Couponing blog reader will win a Rock the Lunch Box toolkit, featuring a Laptop Lunches Bento and free food coupons, a $50 value!  Enter via the Rafflecopter form here:

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We tried another Rock the Lunch Box combination at the Clean Couponing blog!

Thanks to the fun #RocktheLunchbox brands for food samples & lunch gear.

This post was created in partnership with Stonyfield. All opinions are my own.

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11 Responses to Colorful Lunches Make Back-to-School Time Fun! Rock the Lunch Box Giveaway

  1. ashley rose September 10, 2014 at 9:02 am #

    Wow this looks amazing!! I would loveee to win this! But if I don’t I’m glad I heard about these products and I’ll have to look for Honest Kids juice boxes! I’ve never heard of them! Thank you for offering this giveaway!

  2. marnie ward September 10, 2014 at 7:55 am #

    My favorite item to put in kids lunches are baby carrots. I like to put them in there lunches because they are healthy and fun to eat.

  3. Helga/billsn beaks September 9, 2014 at 12:28 pm #

    Forgot to say my favorite healthy lunch ingredient is fresh fruit.

  4. Evelyn Goettner September 9, 2014 at 5:40 am #

    My favorite healthy lunch ingredient is fresh fruit. I love all fruits and veggies and I’m so lucky that my kids do too.

  5. Holly Mitkowski September 6, 2014 at 1:18 pm #

    My favorite healthy snack is hummus!!!

  6. Jessica H. September 6, 2014 at 11:24 am #

    One healthy item my girls love in their lunches is cucumber slices. The also love to take yogurt for lunch. Thank you for the wonderful giveaway!

  7. allyson tice September 6, 2014 at 9:56 am #

    My favorite healthy lunch ingredient is hummus! i put it on my kids veggies sandwiches! They love it!

  8. Missy Marie September 5, 2014 at 4:09 pm #

    Sliced carrot, celery and red bell peppers are always a hit. Barley salad is super healthy too and travels well. The kids adore it!

  9. Michelle Faile September 5, 2014 at 3:43 pm #

    Grapes are a standard staple for my daughters lunch! :)

  10. Renee August 9, 2014 at 8:38 pm #

    Love this blog entry with my first child entering kindergarten and the need for lunch ideas. He is so excited about his Laptop Lunches Bento box so this give away is great too… always need more Bento boxes.

    • FlourSackMama August 9, 2014 at 11:24 pm #

      Thanks so much for entering, Renee! Good luck with kindergarten:)

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