The Top 100 Recipes for a Healthy Lunchbox: Easy and Exciting Ideas for Your Child's Lunches

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Duncan Baird, 2007 - Lunchbox cooking - 144 pages
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Faced with very little time in the mornings, parents are often at a loss as to what to pack into their child's lunchbox. We understand that foods affect our children's health and vitality, concentration and mood swings; but it's all too easy to slide into the rut of putting fast foods high in fat, salt and sugar repeatedly into their lunchboxes. Now you can replace the dry sandwich and packet of crisps with meals that give your kids the nutrition they need. Be inspired by these 100 mouthwatering, nutritious meals including, noodle and rice dishes, wraps and pittas, frittatas, salads and cookies. Every recipe is quick to make and comes with a list of nutrients and at-a-glance health symbols, as well as handy tips on preparation and storage. With this recipe collection, your kids will come home with empty lunchboxes every day!

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About the author (2007)

Nicola Graimes has been a food writer, editor and stylist for over 20 years, but her interest in vegetarianism extends far beyond that. She was the editor of Vegetarian Living magazine for 5 years and has written many books and articles about vegetarian food, healthy eating and children's diets for both trade and consumer magazines. Nicola's published works include The Detox Diet Cookbook (Lorenz Books), Great Healthy Food For Vegetarian Kids (Carroll and Brown), and Easy Juicing (Duncan Baird).

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