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Lunchboxes For Under $5

Saturday, 22 Jan 2022
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Finding inspiration for lunchbox ideas can be a daunting task, especially if you’re short on time. Our friends at Woolworths have put together lunch box recipes that are under $5 so your money goes further, they’re nutritionally approved, and most importantly, they will satisfy even the pickiest of eaters.

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Rice paper roll lunch box

Add a little colour to the kids' lunch boxes with this easy poached chicken rice paper rolls recipe. This delicious lunch box is approved by nutritionists, adored by kids, and can be made for approximately $4.97 per serve.

Paprika meatball lunch box

Add some spice, colour and flair to your little one's lunch box with these paprika-studded beef meatballs and a selection of easy-to-enjoy snacks.
Pumpkin and herb ricotta pizza lunch

Pumpkin and herb ricotta pizza lunch box

Embrace the flavours of Italy with this lunch box, which features a tasty pint-sized pizza, hummus, veggies and fresh fruit.

Quinoa and chicken patties with tomato salsa lunch box

These soft and flavourful patties feature quinoa, chicken mince and grated carrot, and they're delicious when enjoyed alongside fresh fruit, cheese and veggie slices.
Spinach and egg bread cup

Spinach and egg bread cup lunchbox

Little tummies will love these handheld baked egg cups, which come together with a few ingredients to create maximum flavour. Pair with other lunch-box favourites such as homemade chickpea mix and fruit to keep those hungry tummies at bay throughout the school day.


“I’ve made many lunch boxes in my time, and I understand the need to mix things up, while keeping health and budget in mind. That’s why I’m so excited to bring you these adorable lunch boxes that will make your kids’ school break even more fun. They’re all under $5, so you’re going to love the savings, too.” Amanda

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