Does lunch has a way of taking over your homeschool? Just when the day seems to be going well, lunchtime creeps in and everything is off schedule. Trust me. I've been there, too.
So often we find ourselves in a lunch crisis. One look in the fridge reveals only one slice of lunch meat and half a slice of bread. Hardly an acceptable lunch for a family of 5. We could make some beans, but piano lessons start in 30 minutes. Sigh.
The DIY Lunch Station is designed to fix all of your lunch drama. The concept is simple. Cook for a few hours one afternoon and have lunches for 1-2 months. It's lunch drama solved. Get started today!
The concept is simple. Cook for a few hours one afternoon and have lunches for 1-2 months. (This depends on how many people will be eating your lunches.) There are 2 different lunch packs. Pack one makes 132 self-serve lunches from 5 simple and frugal recipes: broccoli rice cups, mini pizzas, quesadilla sticks, Mexican roll-ups, grilled ham and cheese. Pack 2 makes 154 self-serve lunches from another 5 simple, frugal recipes: ham roll-ups, mac & cheese cups, PB&J, corn dog muffins, and southwest burritos.
In the DIY Lunch Station, you get 5 recipes, a complete shopping list, printable labels for your bags, and several options for a display menu. All you need to do is pick which pack you prefer.
OR, if you have plenty of freezer space, you can buy the combo set and get all 10 recipes. That's nearly 300 self-serve lunches!
Got more questions? You'll find more information here.