We’ve all packed ranch and celery for lunch, but now it’s time to give this egg salad stuffed celery snack box a try!
You can pack this for a healthy snack or turn it into a quick and easy lunch idea, I’ll show you how to do both below!
Egg Salad Stuffed Celery
If celery sticks with ranch or hummus are a favorite combo in your house, then this is going to be a hit! You get a variety of fresh options AND the best egg salad recipe in crispy celery. It’s the perfect thing to munch on in the afternoon.
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What’s in an Egg Salad Stuffed Celery Snackbox
As long as this snack box has egg salad stuffed celery, you could assemble it with anything. Here’s what’s in this one:
- Celery: cut into 3-inch strips.
- Egg salad: use this mayo-free egg salad recipe or store-bought.
- Olives: optional, but they add a nice touch!
- Fruit: could be apples, grapes, oranges- whatever you have in the kitchen.
- Veggies: this snack box has sliced cucumber and tomatoes.
Use quite a bit of celery for snacks and recipes? Check out this post on how to keep celery fresh for up to 2 weeks!
How to Pack Egg Salad Stuffed Celery for Lunch
Now, grab those ingredients, and let me show you how to assemble them for packed lunch:
Wash and prep the veggies and fruit. Fill the celery with egg salad and top with olive slices.
- Pack it up
Place the celery into a compartmentalized lunch box and add the fruit and additional snacks to the empty compartments.
- Wet and dry ingredients separate
If packing this with crackers or other dry ingredients, keep them separate from the wet ingredients, so they don’t soak up excess moisture.
- Keep it cool
Close the container and place it in a lunch bag with an ice pack.
Having a compartmentalized lunch container comes in super handy when you want to pack snacks and lunches with variety. Check out my favorite options here.Print