Pack lunches for children who don't like sandwiches

(12 Posts)
Inclusionist Mon 16-Sep-13 21:38:16

My no-sandwich 3yo takes a variation of this:

pasta & cheese pot
tomato & cucumber pot
red berry pot
grape or kiwi pot
innocent smoothie
cake bite

in this cool rubbish free lunch box.

Inkspellme Mon 16-Sep-13 21:28:04

pasta and pesto with maybe chopped ham/chicken/cheese/sausages.

sausages in food flask

pitta pockets with filling

tuna, pasta & sweetcorn salad or warm in a flask.

hth

beccaamuseyourbouche Sun 15-Sep-13 10:40:00

How about a tub of this pate with some crackers or veggie sticks? www.amuse-your-bouche.com/white-bean-pate-sun-dried-tomatoes-olives/ It's seriously tasty!

HepzibahFlurge Fri 13-Sep-13 19:59:40

Sausage rolls
Mini pasties
savoury scones
quiche
wraps
quesadillas
pitta breads
crackers - huge selection to choose from!

mrspremise Wed 11-Sep-13 20:42:11

cold roasted chicken wings and some kind of rice or pasta salad with veggies? That's my kids standard packed lunch for school trips (they have hot dinners at school; our school has an exceptionally good kitchen and cook)smile

TiredyCustards Wed 11-Sep-13 19:44:15

Omelette slices
Breadsticks/pitta fingers
Cold sausage
Ricecakes/corn thins + dip
Rice or pasta salad

StillNoFuckingEyeDeer Wed 11-Sep-13 19:38:54

Cold pizza slices? Ham & mushroom, cheese & tomato etc.
Mini sausages.
Cheese & oatcakes/crackers
Pasta salad.
A potato salad with frankfurters?
Vegetable sticks, breadsticks and little pots of dips - hummus, salsa etc.
Savoury muffins - ham & cheese, vegetable.
Cheese scones.

MrsCF Tue 10-Sep-13 22:05:07

Would wraps work? My two like ham and houmous in their wraps. I have also used Warbertons sandwich squares which my kids call cracker sandwiches, they don't see them as bread.
I have also done cold pasta in pesto which generally goes down well.
I keep meaning to go back and find some of the baby led weaning recipes I used to make because there were cheesy vegetable bakes that would really work well in a packed lunch.

defineme Tue 10-Sep-13 22:00:17

Ds used to have something like a teacake, cheese chunks, carrot sticks and a yoghurt.

He has now discovered marmite/jam/peanut butter and is fine.

Hulababy Tue 10-Sep-13 21:57:25

Thermos food flask - beans and some cheese; thick soup/stew
Cold pasta bowl
Salad bowl - cucumber, tomatoes, peppers, carrots, olives, meat/fish/cheese
Pitta or Wraps with fillings or salad/hummous

WilsonFrickett Tue 10-Sep-13 21:56:50

Crackers, grapes, yogurt and some slices of cheese. is all fussy ASD DS will eat might work?

littlebearsmummy Tue 10-Sep-13 21:53:22

Any suggestions? Says it all in the title really. 3 yrs old who needs pack lunches for pre school but doesn't really like bread and won't eat sandwiches. No real facili to heat food up either. Thanks

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