Make summer lunch easy with these 20 fun lunch ideas for kids at home! Skip the sandwiches and have fun making lunch together.
Summer is the best time of the year. No alarm clocks. Late nights. Ice cream and popsicles. It’s just fun!
But having to think about and cook lunch every day is not so much fun. Everyone gets tired of eating sandwiches and chips pretty quickly. So we’ve come up with 22 (plus a few extra) fun lunch ideas perfect for summer afternoons.
22 Lunch Ideas for Kids at Home
Bacon Turkey Club Wrap is a great idea for an easy lunch on the go.
Let the kids do the cooking with these English Muffin Caprese Pizzas.
When it’s too hot to cook or eat, try this cool Kid-Approved Pasta Salad.
Mini Pigs in A Blanket are a fun lunch or even a snack.
Food on a stick is fun and kids will love eating Tortilla Pinwheel Lollipops and mom can try Wedge Salad on a Stick.
Try your hand at a super cute bento lunch with Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Bento Lunch.
Make muffins into lunch with a batch of Pizza Muffins and Ham and Mac and Cheese Muffins.
Keep a bag of frozen meatballs in the freezer, and you can whip up Cheesy Meatball Sliders for an easy lunch.
Use up dinner or whatever is in the fridge with Leftover Quesadillas.
Grilled Cheese Roll-Ups are a fun twist on the classic grilled cheese sandwich.
Who says the slow cooker is just for dinner? Use the slow cooker to make lunch with Slow Cooker Macaroni and Cheese and Slow Cooker Veggie Tomato Soup with Grilled Cheese Sticks!
Maybe you can get the kids to eat their veggies with Broccoli Nuggets and Broccoli Cheddar Bites.
Peanut butter and jelly aren’t just for sandwiches. Whip up a batch of Peanut Butter and Jelly Pancakes for a fun summer lunch. Or try a twist on the classic PB&J with Peanut Butter and Jelly Grilled Sandwiches.
Kids love fun meatballs and Cheesy Meatball Bites look delicious.
Most kids love pizza. Make up some Easy Pizza Rolls using canned pizza crust. These are great for picnics, too.
My kids love sushi and this Sushi Turkey Sandwich looks fun.
Sometimes you just need a sandwich. Check out these Ham and Cheese Pockets and DIY Peanut Butter and Jelly Uncrustables.
Kebabs don’t have to be grilled! Get creative with deli meat, veggies, and fruit and make these fun Kid Kebabs.
Combine two of kids favorite foods – nuggets and corn dogs in Corn Dog Nuggets.
If you have kids that love rice, check out this Lunch Rice Salad and Rice Patties.
Nice article for kids. I will try these for my kids in lunch.