Lunch Box Planners, Notes, & Organizing Ideas

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One of the easiest ways to save each week (and help your kids eat healthier meals) is by packing lunches at home, and there are so many fun things you can do to make homemade lunches a little more exciting! Here’s a roundup of tips, printable lunch box notes, planners and more to make packing lunch boxes at home a little more fun.

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Check out this clever idea from Ther House (I absolutely love this one and will be trying it myself!)  I just found these Square Silicone Baking Cups on Amazon which I think would work perfectly in the lunch box containers that we already have, so I’m tickled about this one.

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You can also save so much on store bought Lunchables by making them at home ~ see how Mommys Kitchen makes Homemade Pizza Lunchables (so smart, and such a time saving idea!)

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Send your kids off to school with these cute lunch box notes for free at Caps Creations.

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Or visit Sweet Greets for these fun monster printables.

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Download a free lunch box planner at A Little Delightful

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Or check out this free planner over at My Pigeon Pair

 

Also take some time to get your fridge and pantry lunch box ready. By starting out with the basics of lunches already packed up and ready to go, you’ll save a ton of time in the morning! Here are a few things we’ve done at our house to make packing lunches in the mornings go more smoothly.

And don’t miss these great deals on Bento Boxes and the Foogo Thermos at Amazon.

Looking for more ways to get organized this year? Here are a few other tips to check out:

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  1. […] You can use silicone baking cups in your lunch box, lunch container, or Bento box to separate your food. You can also use them for snacks for kids. They can stand alone so you can put in fruit, fruit snacks, gummies, and more for the kids to eat from source. […]

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