One of our favourite mummy cooking blogs is Cooking with My Kid, which follows blogging mum Rebecca and her son as they get stuck in cooking meals and treats together.
We knew, when it comes to back to school lunches, Rebecca would have some creative ideas, so, directly from her blog, we bring you her Pasta Primavera Lunch, with all the fun components of ‘lunchables’ but without all the salt and processed-ness.
Rebecca says when she makes pasta for dinner she always throws some extra in the pot. After it is drained, she drizzles a little bit of olive oil on it and puts it in the fridge. The next day, she adds chopped veggies and cheese to the container tells her budding chef that it is up to him to put it all together at school (fun, fun, fun for little ones!)
Build Your Own Pasta Primavera Lunch
1 1/2 cups cooked whole wheat pasta
drizzle of olive oil
chopped veggies (your choice)
diced cheese (your choice)
Rebecca is currently doing a giveaway with Easy Lunchbox as well, so if you are looking for some great lunch worthy Tupperware (as pictured above) make sure you enter!
Thank you to Rebecca from cookingwithmykid.com for the clever lunchbox idea!
Whenever I make For those of you who asked, here’s where you can get these cool lunch containers: Easy Lunchboxes.