Lunch Box Ideas: Go Bite-Sized

skippy pretzel balls lunchbox

Whenever I’m short on an idea for what to put in the kids’ lunch boxes, I think bite-sized. Cut up some leftovers, or make a quick sandwich and cut into bite-sized pieces, then add other bite-sized morsels, like these yummy SKIPPY® P.B. Bites that are packed with double the peanut buttery yum, featuring a crunchy center with a soft peanut butter coating. The new P.B. Bites are available in pretzel and double peanut butter varieties and contain 5 grams of protein per serving.

I’m sending the kids off to lunch today with this yummy box. They are getting leftover pork chops, green beans, a smoothie, raisins, string cheese, and Skippy P.B. Bites. I also gave a caramel as an added treat. Yum!

Want more ideas, check out our Lunch Box Ideas category to get some great inspiration like the box above, or this one below:

Kids Lunch

 

 

 

 

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Jesica H

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