Five simple smart snacks for your kids.

Once your little ones start going to school, the never ending nightmare of packed lunches begin. You have to focus on the taste, the variety, the cool factor, and the way it is presented in the lunchbox, that too within whatever little time you have left before rushing to work or to your other chores. Here are 5 lunch options that could save your life.

1. Noodles

Yet another easy, and delicious dish every kid loves to eat. The best part about noodles is how it’s a convenient way to make sure some vegetables go into your little one’s tummy. Grate some butter, or cheese on it and sprinkle few pieces of chicken for added flavor.

2. Scrambled Vegetables

Most kids and many of the adults hate eating vegetables. But no one can resist them when they are scrambled and sautéed in a delicious way. Chop up some vegetables, add some onions, nuts, and spices and sauté them for a few minutes in olive oil or any oil of your preference. Top it off with cheese for added taste.

3. Omelet

All you need is an egg or two, and all the additional ingredients depending on your child’s taste. You can add butter, cheese, chicken, onions, coriander, pepper, tomatoes, or even capsicum. Add a few slices of bread along with it for a wholesome and delicious meal.

4. Bread Pizza

You will be quite popular with your kids for this amazingly easy-to-prepare dish. Take a few slices of bread, grate some mozzarella or cheddar cheese on each slice, add some tomato slices, chopped onions, and shredded chicken (cooked), and keep it in the microwave for 1-2 minutes.

5. Butter And Cheese Toast

Butter a few slices of bread, grate some mozzarella or cheddar cheese onto the bread and make a sandwich. Toast the sandwiches on a saucepan until the bread is golden brown and the cheese has melted. You can even add a few slices of vegetables to make it more interesting.


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