If you feel like you’re always looking for quick, healthy lunch ideas for your kids, you’ll want to give charcuterie lunchboxes a try. Just like adults, many kids really enjoy charcuterie and cheese boards – and having their very own individualized one for lunch will definitely be a hit! There are so many possibilities for putting together this type of no cook lunch, enabling you to get creative and personalize your kid’s lunch. Charcuterie lunchboxes are also a great way to get your kids to try new foods. While it’s fantastic to have so many options, it can be extremely helpful to have a couple of staple “recipes” to start with – just like this one – and then be able to tweak as you begin coming up with swaps to create other balanced lunch ideas. Make this kid-friendly recipe for your kid’s next lunch or use it as inspiration for convenient family camping lunch ideas. Then share it with friends and family on Facebook, Pinterest, Twitter or Instagram – and be sure to use our handle @cabotcheese when posting on Instagram.
To make one lunchbox, place blueberries, grapes, and trail mix in three separate paper or silicone baking cups.
Slice Cabot Seriously Sharp Cheddar cheese into a variety of slices, cubes and shapes using a small cookie cutter, if desired.
Arrange charcuterie items in a plastic container with lid or another sealable box.
For more easy and tasty kid-friendly recipes, try our Kids Snack Board with Yogurt Dips. Cabot is a co-operative of farm families and we work hard to produce our award-winning dairy products. We’d love to hear your feedback on this Kids Charcuterie Lunchbox idea, so please rate and review it when you have the chance.
⅓ cup fresh blueberries, rinsed
⅓ cup fresh green grapes, rinsed
⅓ cup trail mix, or mixed nuts, raisins and chocolate candies
6 – 8 pretzel crisps or other favorite cracker or pretzel
2 ounces Cabot Seriously Sharp Cheddar, sliced, cubed or shaped with small cookie cutters
Get the ingredients you need at a convenient nearby location.
PLACE blueberries, grapes, and trail mix in three separate paper or silicone baking cups.
SLICE cheddar cheese into a variety of slices, cubes and shapes using a small cookie cutter if desired.
ARRANGE charcuterie items in a plastic container with lid or other sealable box.
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