Healthy Food For Kids | Some healthy lunches tips for children :

Healthy Food For Kids: If your child is going in the school without lunch , you need to send your child to school with home made  lunch. It will help to maintain your children ‘ s health.
You can plan The week’s lunches with your child ‘s help or like and you can  do  shopping  of all week lunches at one day,it will save your time . Try to diversify your child’s lunch.
To make lunches you can used  bread, crackers, bagel and sandwich you can used chopped egg fillings. You make sandwiches  at the night  and put them in the fridge to keep them fresh. Butter, cheese, other cheese can be apply on sandwich .These  sandwich can be pack in  your child’s lunch bag, then it will stay chilled and fresh  longer. However, eggs, vegetables and mayonnaise do not freeze well.

Keep your child’s food safe is important. All lunch items  should to pack in  clean containers.#Which has to capability to keep Hot food in hot and keep cold food cold. To keep food hot, you can use a thermos. To keep things like a juice in a fridge, freeze it the night,and  your child will enjoy the chilled drink the whole day. You can also buy an ice pack at the grocery store, you can give  clod fresh fruit and yogurt in your child’s lunch.

Leftovers make a great lunch for your child, especially if it is their favorite food. Always make extras at dinner and then for  freeze it in fridge,lunch should according to your  child’s size ,age and like.
You can pack different lunch for adults and child.
Keep in mind that give different things in your child’s lunch each day. Your child, like other members of your family may not like the same foods each day. So try to plan lunches and school snacks with the help of your children.

 How to plan a balanced lunch foods :


List of Healthy Foods for Kids:

According to food experts  4 food groups Grain products, vegetables, fruits, dairy products, and meat should in children ‘s lunch.. To plan a balanced lunch foods from all 4 food groups and match:
  • Grain products
  • Vegetables and fruits
  • Dairy products
  • Meat and alternatives
    Bread, whole wheat, , oats
  • Seasonal fresh fruit,milk
  • Hard boiled egg
  • Bagels
  • Canned Fruit
  • Yogurt
  • Peas
  • 100% pure juice prepared at home by fresh fruits
  • Cheese (cube, cut in slices)
  • Re-fried beans
  • Vegetables sticks (with dip)
  • Cottage cheese
  • Leftover chicken leg
  • Leftover pasta – macaroni and cheese or spaghetti
  • Vegetable juice (tomato juice)
  • Milk based custard or pudding
  • Cold meatloaf
  • Apple jam
  • Milk based soups.
  • Cold cuts (eg pork, turkey breast, beef, roasted beef, chicken), egg, tuna, salmon, peanut butter, beans, nuts and seeds
  • Pita bread
  • Salads
  • Soya milk (calcium)
  • Green pepper
  • Crackers
  • Rice
  • Rice noodleCorn bread
  • Banana Bread