Back to School Lunch Simple & Fun with Juicy Juice

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I can officially say I am preparing for Back to School for both of my kiddos. This year I plan to get really creative with their lunch and snacks because creativity shouldn’t be left for just paper and glue! I’ll be taking regular PB&J to the next level for bite sized deliciousness as well as packing a great drink to quench their thirst with Juicy Juice!

Here is how you too can create a simple and fun lunch for your kids with Juicy Juice!

What you need!

It doesn’t take too much planning when it comes to making simple and fun lunches!

Plan accordingly when shopping for what you need.

Main lunch sandwiches are just too boring
Take PB&J to the next level
Try PB&J Sushi Rolls! You will need Bread, Peanut butter and Jelly!

Shop for other delicious snacks! Think bite sized!
Fruit, cheese, popcorn! My kids love pretzels and chips too!

Drinks!
Juice is our go to for quenching our thirst. We shop Juicy Juice for 8pks at Walmart for less than $2.50

Juicy Juice has a variety of flavors at Walmart in the juice and water aisle! Apple, fruit punch, grape and berry juice boxes!

How to make PB&J Sushi Rolls

1-Take the crust off the bread and flatten. 
2-Spread Peanut Butter all over one slice and Jelly on the edge.
3-Roll your bread starting at the jelly.
4-slice in threes and do it again for the other slice of bread.

PB&J with a twist!

Pack sushi rolls with Juicy Juice, Popcorn, Cheese and Fruit Slices for a simple delicious fun lunch!

 
How will you join #foodmadesimple with your kids lunches?
Stay tuned for more awesome simple and fun ideas for Back to School Lunches!
In the mean time follow along with the Hashtag above and #collectivebias for more lunch ideas with Nesquik and Juicy Juice!!

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