My appearances last week on TV and radio spots from coast to coast had me talking about easy and healthy ways to pack lunch boxes (natch!). Read more about that (and WATCH me!) here.
Among other things, I shared a couple of recipe ideas from the National Honey Board’s website, Honey.com, and talked a bit about the versatility and benefits of using honey, since it’s such a pure and natural sweetener.
So today I bring you…
MORE recipes and ideas, all using HONEY, for your lunch box meals…
Greek yogurt is one of my favorite foods. But if you don’t care for it plain, drizzle a little honey on it like Kendra of Biting the Hand that Feeds You does:
Speaking of delicious Greek yogurt, here’s how Corey of Family Fresh Meals makes hers extra special:
Clean eating from The Roxx Box
Another RECIPE from The Roxx Box – Hoisin Glazed Meatballs & Confetti Slaw:
Little lunch box treats … that include VEGGIES!
Easy and quick to make. From MOMables:
Bircher Müsli recipe from Mamabelly’s Lunches with Love:
Great for lunch time or snack time, no bake bars or balls are always a hit.
This recipe’s from Cristi of Bent on Better Lunches:
No-bake energy bars from Nina of Mamabelly’s Lunches With Love:
And here’s a gluten-free version from Keeley McGuire Blog:
Fall’s signature squash gives a granola bar recipe extra ooomph!
From Astrid of Lunches Fit for a Kid:
► Additional granola bar recipe from Shannon of BentoLunch.net is HERE. It uses honey to bind it all together and has no peanut butter
Trader Joe’s toaster waffles with SunButter and honey.
From Kendra of Biting the Hand That Feeds You:
Honey is used in this lunch for eating as well as “crafting” – the little giraffe spots are “glued” down with honey 🙂
From Michelle of Creative Food:
Play with your food! From Keeley McGuire Blog:
And of course, a healthier twist on a traditional favorite. By Laura, SuperGlue Mom:
Learn about honey’s natural benefits, and find hundreds more recipes using honey HERE.