Kids learn best when they eat well. Buy healthy food when you shop:
- skinless chicken breast
Make extra for breakfast or dinner. Pack the leftovers for lunch.
Add some raw vegetables like celery, cherry tomatoes, carrot sticks,
snap peas or cucumber slices.
Two lunch ideas for you:
- Did you make too much bacon and eggs at breakfast?
Put some cheese on top. Roll the mixture in a whole-wheat tortilla.
- Got leftover steak or chicken?
Slice the meat thinly. Mix the slices with lettuce.
Add a bit of caesar dressing.
Where can I find more recipes and ideas?
- Recipes is an e-book of simple, easy to read recipes.
The Best of the Reader collected recipes from past editions of
The Westcoast Reader. Click here to download it for free.
- Good Food To Go: Healthy Lunches Your Kids Will Love
by Bradshaw and Mutch has lunch and snack ideas and
recipes for school lunches.
The Vancouver Sun and The Province print recipes for healthy lunches and
snacks for kids. Click here to see the recipes.