Andrea's Top Tips for Packing a Healthy School Lunch

By Naturally Savvy



Getting everyone out the door on a weekday on time can be a challenge, but we also want to make sure the whole family's nutritional needs are met with a healthy breakfast, lunch, and even snacks. Naturally Savvy founder Andrea Donsky shared school lunch ideas (and bonus busy weekday breakfasts) with Breakfast Television to make healthy eating simple and fun.

A few simple things we can do to make school days easier and healthier for the whole family:

Smoothies for breakfast with protein and hidden greens
Prep smoothie kits on Sundays so they're ready to go in the morning
Mix sugary cereal with healthier options like Nature's Path to lower the sugar content and add protein and fiber
Make meal prep a family activity with an assembly line that kids can use to build their own lunch
Choose allergy-friendly snacks

Watch Andrea on Breakfast Television below for all her tips and tricks for easy, healthy, kid-friendly meals.



By Naturally Savvy| September 17, 2017
Categories:  Nest

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