2023 Author: Anita Thornton | [email protected]. Last modified: 2023-11-27 18:44
Between food allergies, school bans and parents' desire to provide their children with good meals while avoiding waste and over-packaging, managing the lunch box can become a real puzzle.
We suggest some simple and delicious recipe ideas, and we give you some tips for reducing waste.
I need lunch ideas for my kids
Marina Orsini and chef Marc Maulà have the perfect solution: 1001 ingredient ideas found in most homes to prepare good, simple and original sandwiches. You will find in their proposals different kinds of bases, sauces, vegetables, meats, cereals and legumes. It's up to you to assemble everything as you wish!
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