This post was sponsored with Mott’s.
What’s for lunch? Are you ready to stock your pantry with your favorite snacks and sides to make lunchtime easier? I have six easy ideas for you to try this year when you pack lunch, and Mott’s® sent over a NEW product that is the perfect companion to your lunchbox.
Try something NEW in your lunchbox this year. Mott’s is making its favorite applesauce and putting it in easy to use clear pouches. You have the assurance that you can SEE now!
The new clear pouches also feature distinct characters for each applesauce variety who together form the Pouch Pals, a group of high-energy friends with distinct personalities and interests—from Crispin who is passionate about music to Seedney who loves to skateboard—making snacking as fun as it is delicious.
Look for them in a variety of flavors and pack sizes! We loved Mott’s® No Sugar Added Applesauce, and they are the perfect partner in our lunchbox!
From July 22 to August 30, parents can submit photos of their kid(s) pursuing their passions via Twitter or Instagram by tagging @Motts and using #ClearPassion and #sweepstakes for a chance to win prizes that help amplify their kids’ personal passions. One grand prize winner will also receive a year’s supply of Mott’s for the family.
For more information about Mott’s #ClearPassion sweepstakes and new clear applesauce pouches, visit www.Motts.com.
Easy Lunchbox Ideas
Bento boxes: These cute containers offer a creative way to serve your child’s food. We have used them off and on for years! They’re easy to clean and store, and you can find peace knowing that each square in a bento box can be filled with a kid-friendly food idea.
Pasta: Need a quick and easy idea for a lunchbox? Make a batch of pasta and load it up with vegetables and sauces to make delicious pasta your kiddo will enjoy. Try spaghetti with peas and cheese or even broccoli for a fast idea for a kid-friendly lunch.
Sandwiches: An obvious choice, yes? However, there are so many variations of sandwiches that you can try! We like sandwich kabobs and have tried peanut butter rolls too. You may like a BLT, ham and cheese, or opt for salami and mozzarella.
Vegetable Burritos: Try beans, vegetables, cheese, and sauce! Wrap it up and experiment with the flavors!
Soup: Try a thermos or your favorite container to store. Use a broth with your child’s tastiest vegetable picks like carrots, broccoli, and more. Add bread, cheese sticks, and apple sauce for a full meal!
Salads: Kids can love salad too! Try nuts, seeds, and chickpeas to add crunch to a salad.
Are you ready for the school year? What are your favorite lunchbox ideas?