This dish is filled with goodies like rotini pasta, mozzarella cheese balls, sliced salami, baby tomato, black olives, pepperoncini, and more. You can make this dish up to three days in advance.
Airy, flaky, buttery croissants are always a sure-fire hit with kids. And thanks to this simple recipe, you can make them in just a fraction of the time!
One of our favorite easy lunches for kids is protein-packed Banana Toast with Granola and Honey. This sweet peanut butter and fresh fruit treat will give your child tons of energy for classes after lunch.
Another excellent lunch for kids is this recipe for Margherita Pizza that’s easy to make in a skillet and features a thin, crispy crust with fresh, delicious toppings like shredded mozzarella cheese and fresh tomatoes.