Most parents find the morning rush stressful, getting everyone up, dressed, fed and organised ready to start the day. But what parents seem to dread the most is preparing and packing the school lunchbox.
Packing a healthy lunch you know your child will enjoy is the vain of many parent’s lives.
And not placing much thought into your child’s lunch is an easy trap to fall into, especially with the mad rush to get out the door each morning.
For a growing child, placing just as much emphasis on what you feed your child for breakfast and lunch is just as important as the decision you make regarding a wholesome nutritious dinner. You wouldn’t feel happy giving them a processed cheese sandwich for dinner.
These delicious recipes are quick and simple to prepare with busy mums in mind, they are beautifully illustrated and nutritionally designed to provide a well-balanced lunch. The recipes focus on protein-rich food to nourish and fuel your child’s body and brain. They provide all the ingredients to help safeguard your child’s health and wellbeing for a joyful day including:
Sugar is hidden in ‘healthy’ food and we are unaware how much sugar kids are consuming at breakfast.
Eating too much sugar and not enough protein at lunch causes blood sugar levels to raise quickly resulting in a sudden burst of energy followed shortly afterwards by an energy slump.
By mid-afternoon, blood sugar levels are low, resulting in signs and symptoms that mimic ADHD.
Symptoms of Low Blood Sugar and ADHD include:
Feeding your child with a nutritionally balanced protein-rich lunch is one of the best ways to ensure your child will enjoy a happy day.
This beautiful illustrated book includes the following brain boosting lunchbox recipes.
Quick and easy, add favourite foods.
Rice Paper Rolls
Nutritious pancakes that can be prepped the night before.
Sandwich & Wraps
Cook & Freeze
Get inspired with these delicious ideas that can be prepared in advance.
Perfect lunch for a winters day.
Oldies but goodies, try these delicious protein toppers