When you’ve got kids, and those kids have after-school activities, you can always use more ideas for healthy on the go snacks. Fresh fruits and veggies are always good, but they’re not quite enough to keep active kids fueled up.
For something a bit more substantial, try this Salami Cheese and Cracker Lunchbox Idea. It packs in crackers, cheese, and slices of salami to give your kids the protein boost they need to keep them going through a busy afternoon of non-stop activities. And there are carrot strips and apple slices on the side, so you know your kids are getting their daily dose of healthy fruits and veggies.
Send your kids on their way with this protein-packed Salami Cheese and Crackers Lunchbox, and when they get home, the first words out of their mouths will be something like, “Mom, I scored two goals!” instead of, “MOM, WHEN’S DINNER? I’M STARVING!”
Salami Cheese and Crackers Lunchbox Idea
- Cut up carrots, apples, cheese and salami.
- Divide ingredients between your 4 lunchboxes.
- Cover and refrigerate until ready to use. Use within 2-3 days.
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Salami Cheese and Cracker Lunchbox Idea
This Salami Cheese and Cracker Lunchbox Idea is full of crackers, cheese, and salami to give a protein boost to keep you full all day.
Prep Time: 10 minutes
Cook Time: 0 minutes
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- 2 large apples
- 4 large carrots
- 8 oz cheese
- 16 oz salami
- 40 crackers
Cut up carrots, apples, cheese and salami.
Divide ingredients between your 4 lunchboxes.
Cover and refrigerate until ready to use. Use within 2-3 days.
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Calories: 670kcal (34%)Carbohydrates: 29g (10%)Protein: 39g (78%)Fat: 51g (78%)Saturated Fat: 20g (100%)Polyunsaturated Fat: 5gMonounsaturated Fat: 22gCholesterol: 146mg (49%)Sodium: 3131mg (130%)Potassium: 822mg (23%)Fiber: 6g (24%)Sugar: 18g (20%)Vitamin A: 12657IU (253%)Vitamin C: 9mg (11%)Calcium: 458mg (46%)Iron: 2mg (11%)
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