These quintessential shower favorites are as easy as they are delicious.
No. 2? No way! These pencil sandwiches will take first place at a back-to-school celebration.
Do away with potato chips and try these light, colorful crisps instead.
Make over the standard lunch sandwich with a few easy twists that kids will love.
Have fun with different cookie-cutter shapes and fruits to fit the season.
This salad is perfect on its own, in a sandwich or as a dip for pita chips.
Kids will love counting down each bite of this delicious soup.
For freshness and fun, wrap these muffins in parchment and decorate with your child's favorite colorful comic.
If your kids love chips, this recipe offers a perfect healthy twist.
Kids will love the rich taste of this easy-to-make polenta.
For an extra-special treat, use chocolate chips for the eyes.
If you are planning on serving lunch, your guests will love this recipe for Tarragon Chicken Salad Sandwiches.
Let kids create their own Mexican lunch with these easy-to-prepare mini taco salads.
The return to school in the fall is an exciting time for kids.
There is nothing worse than pulling a lunch box out of a backpack only to find that your (adorable but discerning) child hasn't eaten a thing you've packed.
Chef and cookbook writer, Kate McMillan, shares her tips for turning picky eaters into kids who are excited to try new things.
Warm chicken soup is like a thermos full of love!
These chicken skewers are healthy and light, and they can easily be cooked ahead of time.
Delicious and nourishing, our black bean soup comes together in one easy step.
Edamame is a common lunchbox snack these days.
Any fresh, seasonal fruit tastes even better paired with this yogurt dip.
Apple slices replace bread in this fun take on a lunchtime classic.
This is a quesadilla with an Italian accent.
Celebrate eight days of light with easy-to-make shaped sandwiches.
This is a fun one to make with your kids.
Pita bread makes an easy, unfussy pizza crust.
Pack up this simple grain salad for a delicious and energizing at-school snack.
Not only is this pasta salad incredibly tasty and easy to make, it's absolutely perfect for a robot-inspired party!
This recipe is designed to take advantage of whatever tasty vegetables you might have in your refrigerator.
These individual puff pastry tarts are shaped to resemble small books.
Food is always more fun when it's on a stick.
A fresh twist on an old favorite, this sweet potato hummus is a hit with kids.
The salty crunch of a few crumbled tortilla chips gives this healthy salad special appeal.
Sandwiches in creative shapes make for a fun new experience. Keep several cutout shapes on hand so you can keep your child guessing.
Putting pinwheels on a skewer will not only add a bit of fun to a lunchbox but it will also help hold the spirals together.