Instagram star, The Lunchbox Mama, has revealed a series of packed lunch ideas that will feed kids for a week – all for under a fiver.
The mum of two, Rachel Stirling, who has a legion of online followers, shot to fame with her super creative lunchboxes which made her kids the talk of the playground.
She has now put healthier twists on sausage rolls and pepperoni pizzas, as well as smart snacking lunchbox staples – to help to keep lunches exciting and offer great value.
Rachel was tasked to create low-cost lunchbox snack ideas – which include breakfast muffin sandwiches and cheese and veggie swirls – by Aldi, as part of its campaign to offer parents simple and affordable lunchtime inspiration.
The recipes come after research, commissioned by the supermarket chain, found 45 per cent of parents dread making their children’s lunchboxes – because of the pressure to get it ‘right’.
The Lunchbox Mama said: “Lunchtimes can be a struggle for many parents and coming up with new ideas to make lunchboxes both fun and great value is a real challenge – especially when families are having to tighten their belts.
“But lunchtimes don’t have to be dull – I’m determined to show there are cheap and easy ways to make lunchboxes more exciting while still making sure they’re packed with nutritional value to see children through the school day.”

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