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2 5 easy lunches using egg salad for school or the office. High in protein, vegetarian, and easy to make lunch ideas.

5 Healthy School and Office Lunch Ideas with Egg Salad

What do you do when you have eggs about to go bad? You boil them and make egg salad! And make enough to enjoy it all week! Today I’m sharing five healthy school and office lunch ideas with egg salad!

5 easy lunches using egg salad for school or the office. High in protein, vegetarian, and easy to make lunch ideas.

5 easy lunches using egg salad for school or the office. High in protein, vegetarian, and easy to make lunch ideas.

What’s great about this post is that you can make perfect, easy to peel, hard boiled eggs and use them up to make egg salad for the week. Fresh eggs are not for boiling! Yep, that’s right. The best time to boil eggs is when you think they are going bad.

Making 5 different lunches with minimal ingredients that offer enough variety is quite simple. Check out this video for the inspiration.

Related: Top 5 Lunchboxes We’ve Tested

I don’t like eating the same thing day after day, and I know my kids don’t either. Nor do I want them getting bored with their food. So I have created a few videos for you on how to take some staple lunch items and create meals for the week.

For more meal ideas to help you add variety to your office and school lunches, head over to our meal plans page.

The 5 ideas to use Egg Salad include:

5 easy lunches using egg salad for school or the office. High in protein, vegetarian, and easy to make lunch ideas.

Classic Egg Salad Sandwich with Bacon

Use your favorite bread for this sandwich, add some lettuce on each side of the bread, this helps to keep your bread from getting soggy in the lunchbox, and top with two or three scoops of egg salad. If you love bacon like my kids do, adding two slices of bacon makes this sandwich the lunch version of bacon and eggs.

 

5 easy lunches using egg salad for school or the office. High in protein, vegetarian, and easy to make lunch ideas.

Celery Logs with Egg Salad & Olives

These celery logs are a fun crunchy way to eat egg salad. You can make these as a full lunch or even as a snack after school. Fill some celery sticks with egg salad and place a few sliced olives on top! It’s that simple. Add some fruit and extra veggies on the side and another lunch is complete.

 

 

5 easy lunches using egg salad for school or the office. High in protein, vegetarian, and easy to make lunch ideas.
Avocado Stuffed with Egg Salad

This Avocado Stuffed with Egg Salad is one of my husband’s favorite lunches to bring to the office. It is full of protein and healthy fats, which help hold him over through the day. The best part, you can change this one idea up as well, just change the toppings, a little creole seasoning, tomatoes, olives or even some crumbled bacon.

 

5 easy lunches using egg salad for school or the office. High in protein, vegetarian, and easy to make lunch ideas.

Tomatoes Stuffed with Egg Salad

A lighter version of the above avocado stuffed with egg salad. This is a delicious way to eat egg salad, and for those bigger appetites, you might want to make two.

 

 

 

 

5 easy lunches using egg salad for school or the office. High in protein, vegetarian, and easy to make lunch ideas.Egg Salad Wrap

My kids love hand-held foods in their lunchbox and this wrap is a simple way to get my kids to eat more veggies and protein in their school lunch. Use your favorite tortilla and chopped veggies, scoop in some egg salad and you have a delicious and filling meal for lunch.

 

 

Instead of trying to send turkey today, tuna tomorrow and ending the week with PB & J because we get lazy, try using one lunch staple a week and use these great tips!

Plus, if Egg Salad isn’t your thing, check out how to use turkey five ways and chicken salad five ways or even hummus five ways to keep lunch interesting all month long.

What would your kids love to eat every day for lunch?

1 These 5 healthy desserts are easy and more nutritious than store-bought treats! Your kids will love the sweet treat and you'll love the secret nutrition.

5 Healthy Desserts for School Lunches

We all need a sweet treat now and then. Mine is always chocolate–I can’t get enough! I know my kids like to have a little dessert in their school lunches, and I like to know what I’m giving them.

Have you looked at the ingredients in some of the packaged desserts? I prefer to give my kids healthier treats most of the time, saving store-bought desserts for special times. Plus, some of us have to watch out for certain ingredients because of our children’s allergies.

That’s why we do what we do here at MOMables! We want to give you easy, nutritious meals suited for the whole family. Get a free week of lunch and dinner recipes here

Even we love dessert, too! Here’s 5 healthy desserts for your kids’ school lunches that you’ll feel good about packing!

These 5 healthy desserts are easy and more nutritious than store-bought treats! Your kids will love the sweet treat and you'll love the secret nutrition.

1. Chocolate Avocado Pudding

These 5 healthy desserts are easy and more nutritious than store-bought treats! Your kids will love the sweet treat and you'll love the secret nutrition.

This should really be called superfood pudding! Avocados add tons of nutrition, and cocoa powder is full of good-for-you antioxidants. This only requires a blender and 4 ingredients. Simply pack it in individual containers, and your kids won’t even guess how healthy this chocolate pudding is! This dessert is perfect for any child with food allergies, too.

2. Strawberry Cheesecake Parfait

These 5 healthy desserts are easy and more nutritious than store-bought treats! Your kids will love the sweet treat and you'll love the secret nutrition.

Cheesecake is always a favorite dessert, and this treat has all the delicious cheesecake flavors in a convenient yogurt parfait! This is even better than store-bought fruit yogurt, since those can usually pack way more sugar than you think. Buying plain vanilla Greek yogurt allows you control of exactly what you put into it, making it the perfect base for all the delicious cheesecake flavors!

3. Apple Pie Cookies

These 5 healthy desserts are easy and more nutritious than store-bought treats! Your kids will love the sweet treat and you'll love the secret nutrition.

These delightfully sweet treats are like a classic apple pie in cookie form! These also have a gluten-free option if you’re packing for a child with an allergy. These are so good that you’ll even pack one or two for your own lunch, too!

4. Chocolate Dipped Oranges

These 5 healthy desserts are easy and more nutritious than store-bought treats! Your kids will love the sweet treat and you'll love the secret nutrition.

Put a fun twist on fruit by dipping them in a little chocolate (since that makes everything better, right?). You’ll feel good knowing your kid is getting in a serving of fruit. These simple dipped oranges slices can be made ahead of time for an easy dessert that’s ready to go in the morning!

5. Cookie Dough Yogurt Parfait

These 5 healthy desserts are easy and more nutritious than store-bought treats! Your kids will love the sweet treat and you'll love the secret nutrition.

Enjoy all the delicious flavors of cookie dough without worrying about the raw egg! This version is full of protein, too, from the yogurt, so it makes this a healthier way to enjoy a favorite treat. Minimal ingredients and prep time will have you coming back to this dessert recipe for all your kids’ school lunches.

Pack these easy, delicious, healthy desserts in your kids’ lunches and they won’t even know they’re nutritious!

Keep checking back here at MOMables to make mealtime a little easier.

 

Making Lunches Special {Podcast}

Are you looking for a way to add something exciting to your kids lunches?  Making lunches special is important and this podcast has some great ideas to do just that!

Lunchbox Love - Bring Love to Lunch

Download “Making Lunches Special” podcast at iTunes & Stitcher.

In today’s podcast I talk with Judi Willard about simple ways to make school lunches special. We discuss how something as simple as a note can affect our kids in a positive way.

Judi is a Licensed Psychotherapist and mom of 2. She started a company with the mission of improving the quality of everyday life through the sharing of positive kind words.

Based on the age old tradition of placing a heartfelt note in a child’s lunch box and the belief that a parent’s loving words are as essential to a child’s health as a nutritious meal, she and a lifelong friend created Lunchbox Love and has made it her mission to bring love to lunch! The response has been overwhelming.

Judi lives in Lido Beach, with her husband and their 2 children in NY on a small barrier island off the coast of Long Island.

You may be wondering why it’s important to make your kids lunches special.  Laura and Judi discuss why parents use the lunchbox notes and what exactly makes them special.  Positive words and messages can have a great impact on our kids and Judi explains why.  Laura talks about how she personally has benefited from the notes and how you can too.

 

Lunchbox Love Note

A healthy lunch doesn’t just feed your child’s stomach; it also needs to nourish your child’s heart.   These Lunchbox Love Notes for Kids are great way to complete your child’s lunch, feeding him love and encouragement along with vitamins and minerals.

The positive message on the from helps you stay connected during the school day while the trivia or joke on the back will make your child and their friends smile.

Each package of Lunchbox Love contains a collection of 12 credit card size notes that come in a cute compact case.  They each feature positive phrases on the front like “I love spending time with you” and a trivia fact or joke on the back.  The cards a perfect to place in a lunchbox, backpack, or even on a pillow.  There is a card for every day of the year.  They never repeat a joke or phrase!

More Information:

  • You can find the Say Please products here and save 10% on your order with the code: MOMABLES
  • Download a sample of Lunchbox Love here.
  • Additionally, a portion of all proceeds goes to feeding children in need as well as organizations that help spread kindness.
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