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winter school lunchbox ideas

June 11, 2010 | Filed under Encouraging young appetites

To make a change from sandwiches in your child’s shool lunchbox in the winter, try some of these winter warm-up ideas.

Soup in a flask – always a favourite.  Mmmmm!

Mousetraps – this delightful marmite and cheese on toast treat can be made fresh or heated in the morning before school and wrapped in aluminium foil then in a hand towel so it is still at least a bit warm at morning break or lunch time whenever your child chooses to eat them.

Hot drinks – a hot milky drink is a treat on a cold school day.  Try this hot chocolate drink in a vacuum flask. Wrap it in a plastic bag and maybe a hand towel that can double as a cleanup cloth in case of any spillage.

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