It's back-to-school season... which means it's time to whip out the lunchboxes once again! Whether your kiddos prefer sweet, savory, fresh, or crunchy lunches (or all of the above) PACHA bread has you covered. In the spirit of beginning another school year, we are here to give you some easy and healthy (not to mention gluten-free) lunchtime inspiration for the kids.
Sweet Sandwich Combos!
Thrill your kids' sweet tooth with some delightful toppings on PACHA bread! Add some almond butter, hazelnut spread, fresh jam, apples, banana, berries, cacao nibs— the possibilities are endless here! Feeling extra creative? Use a cookie cutter on your PACHA bread to make fun sandwich shapes your kids will adore!
Check out our Sweet Sandwich Board on Pinterest for even more inspiration!
Savory Sandwich Combos!
Nothing reminds us more of a classic lunchbox than a hearty & savory sandwich! Send your kids with some delicious veggie sandwiches using PACHA bread that will leave them full and satisfied! We recommend packing some extra flavor into your sandwiches by using our Onion & Garlic Loaf, or Cheesy Herb Loaf! Pro-tip: Toast your PACHA bread for a crisp sandwich texture your kids will adore!
Be sure to check out our Savory Sandwich Board on Pinterest for even more ideas!
Yummy Soup & PACHA!
Send your kids to school with some comforting soup in a heat flask, accompanied by deliciously dippable PACHA bread! Try toasting some of our Buckwheat Buns and wrapping in foil for a perfect soup side.
Salad with Homemade Croutons!
Nourish your kiddo with a crisp salad and delectably crunchy PACHA croutons! Toss some greens with any veggies or fruit your child loves, and top it off with this easy recipe for homemade buckwheat croutons.
[PS: Turning bread into croutons is also a great way to use up any extra PACHA you may have on hand! We love eliminating food waste!]
Got a picky eater on your hands? Try out this yummy and healthy personal pizza recipe using our Buckwheat Buns! Simply bake in a conventional or toaster oven, wrap in foil, and pair with carrot sticks, apples, or other fruits & veggies for a lunchbox your kids will be begging for!