Creative Lunches for Kids

Peanut butter and jelly, ham and cheese, tuna fish... getting tired of making the same old lunch for your kids every week? (7 Photos)

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Zoe's Bowtie Salad with Tuna and Veggies

This recipe calls for green beans and cherry tomatoes, but you can add any vegetables your family likes to eat. Some other suggestions: cut-up broccoli, snow peas, asparagus or sweet red pepper. It takes less than 30 minutes and is an easy salad to pack for a lunch-to-go. Just remember to put a freezer pack in your child's lunch box.

Get the recipe for Zoe's Bowtie Salad

Recipe excerpted from:

Sesame Street "C" Is for Cooking by Susan McQuillan, © 2007 Wiley.

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