Lunchboxes are something I get quite excited about. I don’t know why but it is something I get a kick out of. Crazy I know. Maybe I’ll change my mind when I have two kiddies in full time school in February 2015.
I can appreciate that lunchbox ideas are often hard. We end up repeating the same thing day in and day out, not that children mind all that much I’ve found. It’s always good to add some variety
I’ve created this little booklet for you to make lunchbox filling just that little bit more easy but also fun and to encourage children being involved in the process. This booklet has a broad selection of ideas. They will not suit everyone, allergies and eating styles. These are just popular ideas and recipes in my home and on the blog.
Included are a variety of printables that make lunchbox planning easy and organised as well as a few extra goodies to make it fun also.
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We also showcase some great businesses that sell fantastic items for back to school. Some you will have seen before as I’m big supporters of their products but also some newly discovered gems

You can view the guide in a magazine style layout here or print your own printable PDF version here

Don’t forget there is a huge range of printables available on the blog that make lunchbox and meal planning even easier.

I hope you enjoyed the 2015 guide. Thank you to the businesses who provided discount codes, recipes and great ideas to be included within this guide.

Don’t forget to like the Facebook page and visit the website regularly for more great lunchbox ideas, recipes and discount codes throughout the year.

Happy lunching!


One Comment

  1. Kelly January 19, 2015 at 8:08 am - Reply

    Hi Peta,
    Am I just imagining it, or was there a PDF version that could be printed? I can only seem to see the magazine layout version and can’t figure out how to print it from there.


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