Sandwiches have been a default lunchbox meal for generations. Rightfully so: Theyre easy, theyre portable, they require no utensils, as good as if well-constructed they reason up good until lunchtime. But what to do if your kid is only not which into dishes between bread this year? Never fear. These kid-friendly recipes have been nearly as simple as good as only as portable as a PB&J.Rice Bowls with Veggie Flowers as good as HoisinReusable cosmetic containers have been your crony for lunches like this rice bowl, done with leftover brownish-red rice, solidified peas, bell peppers as good as hoisin sauce. Top with sesame break sticks, packaged separately in an additional enclosure or baggie for maximum crunch.Chicken, Avocado as good as Quinoa Salad-in-a-JarMeals in jars have been all a fury for bureau desk lunches, so why not introduce them in a propagandize cafeteria? This ones undiluted for a kid who loves Mexican food its layered with shredded rotisserie duck (store-bought is fine!), solidified corn, avocado, salsa as good as tortilla chips (packed separately).Cucumber Tuna Salad SandwichesReplace a soggy tuna salad sandwich with these fun cucumber boats. Its best to use English cucumbers, since their skin is thinner as good as doesnt need to be peeled.Carrot-Ginger as good as Chicken NoodlesNoodle salads have been ideal for packaged lunches, since rsther than than removing soggy, they taste even better after a few hours in a refrigerator (or even a cubby). A flavorful veggie-packed salsa is a star of this recipe. Pack a noodles with pineapple chunks tossed in toasted coconut, cucumber roll-ups as good as roasted cashews for a full meal.Cream Cheese-and-Ham-Stuffed PeppersUse your deli beef to make these stuffed peppers instead of sandwiches smoked turkey works only as good as ham, for a variation. The filled peppers can be refrigerated for up to three days in an indisputable container.Check out some-more ways to win lunch.