For the kiddos! Be Mine: Valentine's Day Lunch Box Idea: Fruit kebabs — made using plastic cupcake heart picks — and a sandwich with a heart stamp make a lovely Valentine's Day lunch box idea — and nutritious, too!
Upgrade plain old milk and cookies. Using a small fondant cutter or knife, create a hole in a heart-shaped cookie. Then simply place the cookie on top of a milk glass, and insert a paper straw "arrow" embellished with paper fringe.
For the kiddo who prefers breakfast over lunch, prepare a sweet meal they won't be able to resist. Heart-shaped pancakes, heart-shaped fruit, and strawberry yogurt make for a delicious breakfast-for-lunch lunch box idea!
Watermelon Pops recipe- it looks like watermelon, but is made with lime & strawberry jello, chocolate chips, cream cheese and whipped cream. I think I will like this even better than watermelon. Can't wait to try this!
Heart shaped 'Twinkie' cakes with raspberry jam. "This heartfelt dessert keeps things sweet and simple, with Twinkies cut into shape and smothered with a thinned red raspberry jam." I'd probably do this with a homemade white cake
Make school lunches healthy and fun with these easy brown bag lunch ideas. Transform classic lunches, from tuna to PB&J to turkey and cheese, into healthier recipes. Kids will also love the healthy snack ideas that will keep them full throughout the day.
A healthy lunch filled with love! Mini heart-shaped sandwiches, accompanied by three heart-shaped muffin cups (with heart cantaloupe, heart strawberries, and X and O cucumbers) give a Valentine's Day spin to a nutritious lunch.
Great idea for lunches -- make smoothies, freeze them, then put them in their lunchboxes frozen (they will thaw before lunch plus act as a cold pack for other things). remember to put a straw in the lunchbox! Lots of other great snack/lunch ideas on here!