Fussy eaters often prefer to be given a choice of lunch options in small, tempting amounts. Fill an array of tiny plastic containers or a lunchbox with lots of little compartments with different â€˜snacky' foods. Try oatcakes, mini pita breads or breadsticks, yellow or red pepper slices, carrot s
Swap meat and cheese sandwiches for something more exciting, like sliced banana and protein-packed nut butter.
For an alternative to bread, the novelty of whole-wheat wraps means they appeal to the pickiest eater. Spread a little mayo on your wrap to make everything â€˜stick', then add
We all know getting kids to eat their veggies can be a battle, but being clever with presentation can get you far.
In a plastic box, create a base of cold roasted new potatoes, couscous or whole-wheat pasta, then layer a few of their favourite ingredients on top. A few suggestions: chi
As well as a piece of fruit or pot of fruit salad, a dessert will no doubt be expected! Here's where you can hide some extra nutritional benefits - make your own oat flapjacks, brownies or cookies, but add in lots of healthy and easy-to-hide ingredients like chopped nuts, chia seeds, apple sau
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