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If you’re looking for the best lunch sandwich ideas for school, you will love this list! You and your kids will love these easy sandwich recipes for lunch time this school year, so grab your favorite piece of bread and let’s get started!
It’s back to school season, and one of the things that always starts to stress me out is thinking about what I am going to pack the kids in their lunch boxes. Sometimes they will eat lunch in the school cafeteria, but usually they complain about the options served there. My kids are picky, and if you have picky eaters too then you know what I’m talking about!
Whenever I think about packing the kids a sandwich for lunch, my creativity pretty much stops and a classic peanut butter and jelly (or even a Nutella sandwich if I’m feeling extra spicy)! However, there are a lot more things you can do with a couple slices of bread than you probably give yourself credit for these days.
The following tasty recipes are the BEST lunch sandwich ideas for school. No more staring blankly at a slice of bread and wondering what to add to it to make your picky eaters excited about their lunch box at school.
With these easy recipes, you’ll be creating the best sandwich spreads on the block in no time! Lunch sandwich ideas for school don’t have to be hard to come by now that you have this list. Keep it bookmarked or pin it for later so you can keep these new recipes around whenever you need them.
DIY Uncrustables are a go to in our home for school lunches. The best part about these dupes to the popular freezer sandwiches are that they cost a fraction of the price compared to store bought, and you can make them ahead of time so you're always ready for the week!
Shredded chicken sandwiches are a great way to be able to batch cook a bunch of school lunch recipes for the week. Change up the chicken with a different slice of cheese or type of bread and serve with fresh fruit for new and fun healthy sandwich ideas each week.
Grilled chicken wraps are a great way to get your kids to try new healthy school lunch ideas! Most kids love chicken, so add a few new items to their wrap. Spread hummus, add some red bell pepper, or some swiss cheese and your kids will be begging for more.
Your kids will love the combination of their favorite breakfast and lunch time foods in this delicious brunch themed sandwich.
Well, there you have it, folks – 32 scrumptious sandwich ideas to rescue those lunchboxes from the depths of boredom!
Whether your kiddos are picky eaters or adventurous food explorers, there’s a handheld delight in this list just waiting to tickle their taste buds.
Remember, the secret ingredient to any great sandwich is a sprinkle of creativity and a whole lot of love. So grab your bread, unleash that inner sandwich artist, and make lunchtime the highlight of the school day. Happy sandwiching!
If you’re looking for more easy school lunch ideas that your kids will love, make sure you check out our other lunch ideas!
Let me know in the comments which sandwich you plan to try this back to school season.
Where do you live? Public schools in US do not allow any nut spreads at school, sandwich or snacks. Makes making lunch a little difficult for young eaters. Mine do not like avacado, tuna, or most vegetables. Thanks for some of the great ideas.
This a great list of sandwich ideas!!! Several are grilled type sandwiches which in my mind wouldn’t be ideal for packing in a lunch box to eat several hours later. Do you really send grilled sandwiches in lunches? Just curious as it is something I have never done. Thank you!
I’m in Texas. I do find that to be true for daycares but not public school in the DFW area anyway. However, I will usually use Sunbutter instead just to be safe!
Thank you! I will usually wrap a warm sandwich in aluminum foil and put it in their lunch box to keep it warm, or cut it into bite sized pieces and put in a thermos and preheat it like in this post: https://www.makingfrugalfun.com/how-to-pack-hot-lunch-for-school
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