Finding nutritious lunchbox fillers that your kids will actually eat can be a challenge, particularly if you're trying to scramble during the morning chaos.
However, with a little prep and planning your mornings can get a lot easier. We've rounded up eight delicious, nutritious freezer-friendly lunch options to help make your mornings run smoothly.
From scrolls to slices and even burritos, your kids will love opening up their lunchbox to find these tasty treats replacing their usual sandwich. You'll find eight meals to prep and freeze in the gallery below … and if you're lucky there might even be enough leftover for your lunch too!
8 freezable kids lunch ideas that they’ll want to eat
Ham, cheese and zucchini pizza scrolls: These scrolls are great for school lunchboxes and after-school snacks. You'll find the recipe HERE.
Pumpkin, spinach and fetta frittata: There'll be no complaints from your little lunchbox police when they open up and see this exciting lunch. You'll find the recipe HERE.
Mini ham and corn quiches: Perfect for an after school snack, or school lunches these mini ham and corn quiches are easy, tasty and appealing. You'll find the recipe HERE.
Tuna pasta bake: Comfort food doesn't get much quicker, easier or tastier than this tuna pasta bake. Perfect to make ahead and freeze in lunchbox sized portions. You'll find the recipe HERE.
Creamy chicken and corn burritos: Using shredded roast chicken, canned corn kernels, and spices you already have to hand makes this delicious burrito dish a perfect one to have on hand as a lunch-box filler. You'll find the recipe HERE.
Mini ham, cheese and tomato frittatas: Light, fluffy and packed full of creamy melted cheese and fresh ham, these mini frittatas are easy to make and perfect for school lunch when your child is sick of sandwiches. You'll find the recipe HERE.
Baked potato, ham and cheese frittata: Whip up these cheesy frittatas for a lovely light lunch that is sure to please your child once the bell rings. You'll find the recipe HERE.
Classic beef pasties: These take a little bit more time and effort than school sandwiches, but they are delicious. They freeze well, too, and are just as nice cold as they are warm – perfect for the lunchbox. You'll find the recipe HERE.