15 Amazing Back To School Lunchbox Hacks

1. DIY Lunchbox Icepacks

Use a frozen sponge for an easy DIY icepack.

Use sponges to make your own lunchbox icepacks, plus other lunch hacks you need to know for back to school! source: My Kitchen Escapades

2. Birthday Lunchbox Surprise

Surprise your birthday girl or boy by giving them a surprise lunch they have to unwrap.

Use sponges to make your own lunchbox icepacks, plus other lunch hacks you need to know for back to school!Source: Happy Home Fairy

3. Make  Your Own Healthier Lunchables

Bento Boxes and Divided Storage Containers are great for making your own Lunchables! You can use muffin tin liners as well for separating some of the food. I love the idea of the homemade pizza lunchable from Momables!

LunchablePizzaRemake-copy Source: Momables

4. Make Snack Butterflies

If you plan on using Ziplock snack bags for their lunches, make them fun but adding a clothespin, paint and pipe cleaners to make your own snack butterfly.

Use sponges to make your own lunchbox icepacks, plus other lunch hacks you need to know for back to school! Source: Clicky Chick Creates

5. Make Silly Sandwiches

Add some silly faces to your sandwiches by using this fun idea from I Heart Crafty Things. Or check out this genius tutorial for adding your child’s favorite Disney characters to their snack bags from Pink Stripey Socks. You can even use some cookie cutters or sandwich cutter like these to make your sandwiches into fun shapes and animals.

Sandwich Ideas

6. Pre-Sliced Apples + Keeps Them From Turning Brown

Use this genius hack to keep your apples from turning brown! Preslice their apple, reconstruct it, and wrap a rubber band around it to keep in the juices and prevent it from going brown before lunchtime.

Heres how to keep sliced apples from turning brown after youve cut into them. Lunchbox Hacks For Back To School Source: A Helicopter Mom

7. Secret Banana Message

Use a toothpick to carve a message on the banana and as the day goes on it appears!

Secret banana message! Use a toothpick to carve the message and as the day goes on it appears!

8. Make Your Own Squeeze Pouches

Make your own healthy squeeze fruit pouches by using reusable squeeze pouches like these and filling them with applesauce, smoothies, or yogurt.

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9. Make Your Own Homemade Uncrustables

Check out this awesome recipe for DIY Uncrustables using a Sealer n Defroster. Make a bunch of these and freeze them for later!

Uncrustables are so easy to make and toss in the freezer so they are ready for those snacks or lunchboxes. Source: Unsophisticook

10. Store Hot Foods In Thermos

Keep the chicken nuggets from getting soggy and store them in a thermos container, it’ll keep them warm till lunchtime! These 10 oz thermos are perfect!

Store-Hot-Food-Thermos Source: Another Lunch

11. Make A Lunch Packing Station

Use a utility cart like this to keep all of your supplies in one spot, so you’re not rushing in the kitchen the night before. You’ll know exactly where everything is.

Make a Lunchbox Station to organize all of your supplies in one spot. Plus other Back To School Lunchbox Hacks you need to know! Source: How Does She

12.  Send Little Notes and Jokes

Make your kids smile by sending little notes or jokes in their lunches. Here’s some free printable lunchbox notes you can download.

Valentine_LunchBox_Notes555copy Source: I Heart Arts n Crafts

13. Organize With Lunch Bins

Organize all of your lunch items by keeping bins in the refrigerator for perishable items, this way everything you need to pack is within arms reach.

Make a Lunchbox Station to organize all of your supplies in one spot. Plus other Back To School Lunchbox Hacks you need to know! Source: Live Simply By Annie

14. Drain The Juice

Use this hack to drain the messy juice from a fruit cup before you pack it.

How-to-take-the-juice-out-2 Source: Your Modern Family

15. DIY Masonables

Use this brilliant idea using fruit cup  container and a small mason jar.

Tuna Salad Masonable Source: Soup Spice Everything Nice

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