- What would you pack in a lunch box that's exposed to warm temperatures?
- What type of lunch box works best? His is probably 8 years old and takes quite a bit of abuse, so I'm thinking of getting a new one. Only one side latches now!! :) And trust me, a brown paper bag won't cut it! He's rough! :)
- What about lunch box containers...found something that works well for you? His lunchbox is very similar to the one pictured here, and I pack quite a bit to eat because he works 10 hour shifts. My father was here once when I packed my husband's lunch. He took one look at it and asked if we were all going on a family picnic! LOL!
- What's the best way to keep food chilled?
- Any quick, frugal, healthy, and easy snack ideas you'd be willing to share? (That's asking a lot, isn't it!? I'm willing to forget the "easy" part if you can come up with something quick, frugal and healthy! How's that?) :)
Ok, so I'm all ears. Please fill up my comment box with helpful hints and ideas!! I'm counting on y'all to help!! :) Thanks in advance!
I'll leave you with a recipe I found HERE that looks like a good lunch box treat to me!
Easy Ritz Cracker Snack
- 1/2 cup marshmallow creme
- 1/2 cup peanut butter
- 48 Ritz Crackers
- 1 1/4 cups semisweet chocolate chips, melted
- 1 cup flaked coconut or chopped nuts
Spread about 1 teaspoon peanut butter on 24 of the Ritz crackers. Spread 1 teaspoon Marshmallow Creme on remaining crackers. Sandwich crackers together, using one peanut butter and one marshmallow, then dip in melted chocolate or white chocolate (almond bark), and roll in coconut or finely chopped nuts to coat. Set crackers on waxed paper and let stand until chocolate sets. Store in air-tight container for up to one week. Makes 24