It's that time of year again: time to pack the kids' lunches for school.
And if you're like us, you may be a bit nervous about how you're going to do it.
"I'm new to the school lunch game since my 3-year-old just started preschool this year.
However, I quickly realized that there are very few ways to make a packed lunch look interesting to my picky kid," writes Julie Gerstein at Everymom.com.
That's why, in the spirit of fall, she's rounded up 10 ideas for parents to make lunches look more kid-friendly: Sweet potato banana bars: "Anytime I want to ensure my LO eat at least one part of his lunch and get brain-building nutrients, I pack Cerebelly Smart Bars," Gerstein writes.
"They're made from whole foods and have organic, veggie-first ingredients."
Pumpkin smoothie: "This sweet potato and peach puree would be a great fall flavor addition for littles who love smoothies," Gerstein writes.
"Add it into a spread of pasta, or mix it into yogurt."
Halloween candy: "Our adores getting little notes from us in our bento lunch boxes," Gerstein writes.
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