Did you know that kids need to bring their own lunch box to school according to SOP? If yes, parents may be wondering what kind of food to pack for their children especially if you are a working parent. Photo Credit: Adobe Stock This may worry you because of the time constraint that you have in order to prepare food for your children. As parents, you should be able to make a healthy and easy lunch box that kids can eat at their school. Uh-oh, you have no ideas on what to pack for your children's lunch box? Worry not!\u00a0Let\u2019s grab this chance to show your creativity in making a healthy and easy lunch box for your kids! 5 Easy Lunch Box Ideas Your Kids At School \t Sandwich Bento Box Photo Credit: La Jolla Mom Fret not! This is an easy and quick lunch box for your kids. We all can enjoy sandwiches at any time of the day, am I right? First, you need to have a bento box that has 4-5 compartments which can fit a few other foods as well. So, what kind of sandwich is suitable for your kids? Ask them what is their favourite type of sandwich.\u00a0 For example, you can make egg sandwiches, ham and cheese, grilled cheese, turkey sandwiches, ham sandwiches and many other varieties that you can prepare. Cut them into square or triangle shapes, according to your liking and fit them into the lunch box. The other compartments can be filled with fruits like grapes or sliced apples and you can also put snacks like pretzels for your kids to munch.\u00a0 \t Pasta Lunch Box Photo Credit: Beneficial Bento Pasta is one of the easiest and simple foods to make for your kids and worry not, KIDS LOVE PASTA!\u00a0You can make bolognese, carbonara, Aglio olio, and creamy tomato with the pasta that your kids love. Spaghetti is considered as comfort food to kids and they love spaghetti as much as adults love them!\u00a0 So, grab your lunch box and make spaghetti bolognese or carbonara and you prepare them with side food like macaroni and cheese. This will excite your kids when they open their lunch box. You can also add salad or creamy-boiled broccoli to provide nutrients of greens to your kids. Feel free to add some cute drawings or food crafts in your children's lunch box as this will make them feel happy even more! \t Noodles Lunch Box Photo Credit: Adobe Stock Malaysia is a diverse country that has unique Malay, Indian, and Chinese foods that we all love, and one of them is noodles! 'Bihun,' 'Mee,' 'Kuey Teow,' 'Pan Mee' and 'Laksa' are few of the dishes that we all enjoy. For your kid's lunchboxes, it is recommended to fry them instead of serves noodle soup. Any type of noodle soups is not suitable for lunch boxes as it can easily spill.\u00a0 Now, make your own version of fry noodles such as 'bihun', 'mee' or 'kuey teow'. To fill the lunch box, you can also add sausages and fish balls. In addition to the lunch box, don\u2019t forget the greens for your kids! Slice up some cucumber, broccoli or tomato in small cuts and insert them so that they can have a healthy and balanced lunch box. \t Everyone's Favourite - Fried Rice! Photo Credit: Rasa MY No, this is not just a regular Fried Rice. This is a CUTE Fried Rice that will make your kids instantly happy once they open their lunch box! First, you need to cook the rice a night before so that this will help you to save some time when preparing their lunch in the morning. Then, cook any styles of fried rice according to what your kids love!\u00a0 When you are done with the fried rice, you can wrap it with an egg, or if you don\u2019t want to, use your magic hands to design some food craft in a cute way so that it would be presentable! You can cut carrots in flower shapes and you can also cut the eggs into cute bear shapes.\u00a0 \t Fluffy Pancakes Lunch Box Photo Credit: Kitchen @ Hoskins This lunch box is for kids who love sweets, especially if they start to get bored with bread, rice and pasta. This menu will save the day! Parents do not have to waste time making their own dough because you can simply get any instant dough that is available in many flavours such as\u00a0chocolate chips, vanilla and cinnamon. Yummy! Ask your children what their favourite flavour of pancake is and once you buy them, just put some water and you are good to go. Heat up your pan and pour the batter into a small circle for a cute pancake lunch box. When you are done, add some fruits like strawberries and blueberries for more flavour (and nutrition!). Don\u2019t forget to add butter and honey to complete the pancake lunch box!\u00a0 All you need is some creativity when you are preparing a lunch box for your little one. Remember, the virus is still out there. You do your part and teach your kids to do their part by minimising contacts with a lot of things and people.\u00a0 Not to mention, a lunchbox prepared by a mother is much more meaningful and delicious compared to other foods out there. Try it once, and see how your kids will look forward to every lunch box that you will make!