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Top 10 Favorite and Healthy Lunch Box Ideas

10 Back to School – Lunch box ideas for a Healthy Child! 

  It is that time of the year when lunch boxes become the talk of the town among parents who aspire to become super moms and fun dads. We understand how difficult it can to be to plan a meal for your little ones. The demands are many – tasty, colorful, healthy, fun, easy to prepare and of course variety!

 We also understand that kids love junk food like nuggets, burgers, and pizzas to fill up their appetite. But, we as parents know that this cannot be the only way. On this page, we have a few healthy, classic and yummy lunch box recipes that could help with keeping your child healthy and is also less time consuming for you.

          Lunch Box I

  • Cereal Bar (Alpen)
  • Blueberries (1 cup)
  • Yogurt (low fat)
  • 2 slices of turkey breast
  • Water (low in sodium)

 

          Lunch Box II

  • Egg sandwich (1 boiled egg) with lettuce, brown bread
  • One Pear
  • Raisins (10 small units)
  • Almonds (6 small untis)
  • Water (low in sodium)

 

          Lunch Box III

  • Strawberries (6 units)
  • Chicken breast (palm size), grilled
  • Matched Sweet potato (small size)
  • Water

 

          Lunch Box IV

  • 1 small banana
  • 3 meatballs with red homemade sauce (lean meat)
  • Cherrie tomato, 5 units
  • Baby carrots (5 units)
  • Water (low sodium)

 

 

          Lunch Box V

  • Brown bread sandwich, one slice of low fat cheese with some mushrooms, or any veggies.
  • Green grapes (8 units)
  • 2 oatmeal cookies, no chocolate flavor
  • Water (low in sodium)

 

          Lunch Box VI

  • Burger lean meat (palm size)
  • Big leaf of lettuce to cover the meat
  • Low fat cheese (1 slice)
  • Slices of tomato
  • Melon (1 cup, sliced)
  • Nuts (6 units)
  • Water (low in sodium)

 

          Lunch Box VII

  • Baked sweet potato chips (easy to find in the supermarket (1 cup)
  • Rice cake (1 unit), with one tbsp. of peanut butter
  • Watermelon (1 cup sliced)
  • Yogurt (low fat)
  • Water (low in sodium)

 

          Lunch Box VIII

  • Popcorn (no butter ), 1 cup
  • Chicken sausages (boiled, 2 units)
  • Baby carrots (5 units)
  • 3 oatmeal cookies
  • Water (low in sodium)

 

          Lunch Box IX

  • Vegetarian pizza (one slice)
  • 1 Kiwi (sliced)
  • Water (low in sodium)

          Lunch Box X

  • 1 flour tortilla, or small pita bread
  • ½ avocado, spread on the tortilla
  • Turkey breast (1 slice)
  • 2 Oreo cookies
  • Cherries (10 units)
  • Water (low in sodium)

 

** Menu program for non medical cases.


Camila Herrera is a Nutritionist-Dietician, with more than 7 years’ experience in the field. She is a qualified food engineer having done her graduation in the field of Human Nutrition. 

In 2012, she moved to Qatar to work as a Nutritionist attending counselling diets for medical and non-medical patients of all ages.  After 3 years she started to work with the ‘Royal Family’ as their personal Nutritionist (her biggest challenge) and at present, she is part of EMC (European Medical Center).

Additionally, Camila has her own web page http://bewellmc.wixsite.com/bewell and is the co-founder of the “be well-health food” slogan.

“Having a medical problem is not an excuse to start gaining weight…you don’t need excuses, just learn how to eat well, your body will thank you.”

Contact Camila: c.herrera@emc.qa +97455753416/+97450805063

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