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A+ Recipes for Back to School

A+ Recipes for Back to School

School will be here before you know it

In the blink of an eye, September will be here and Krusteaz, makers of premium baking mixes, knows how busy back to school can be. Packing backpacks, checking homework and getting everyone off to school can be challenging enough, no need to make back to school snacks complicated! Try whipping up some of these fast and delicious recipes this school year.

Double Decker Cookie Gooey Bars

Cookie Bars are an easy-to-make treat that the whole family can help with. These Double Decker Cookie Gooey Bars are beyond delicious and are easy to store in an airtight container for kiddos to bring to school—make sure you save some for yourself!

Chocolate and peanut butter is the perfect flavor combination! All that’s needed is a package of Krusteaz’s Double Peanut Butter Cookie Mix, butter, an egg and chocolate chips.

If you’re still craving the taste of summer, whip up a batch of Lemon Raspberry Cookie Cups. Depending on their age, have your little bakers scoop the mix into the muffin pan!

Sometimes it’s a challenge making after school snacks interesting, but not with these sweet honey glazed donuts topped with salty bacon! They’re made with Krusteaz’s Honey Cornbread & Muffin Mix and are ready in just 20 minutes.

For more back to school ideas and recipes, visit www.Krusteaz.com and get acquainted with the Baker's Dozen.


Back to School Recipes

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How are we already talking about back to school!? Summer has flown by – like it always does – and I’m already thinking of the days that I’ll have to be planning school lunches for Ben! All of you parents out there keeping your kid fed with delicious meals, you rock! Mom-ing (is that even a word?) is hard and you’re doing great. Here’s to keeping the kiddos fed and back to school favorite recipes!

As I think through the days that must be coming up, I know I’ll need quick and easy breakfast recipes, fast, but tasty dinners, and plenty of snacks! With that in mind, I figured I’d start a list of some of my favorites and share them with you! So here goes, some of my back to school favorites (also, I’ve been leaning on my Five Ingredient Friday series and my cookbook Fast and Easy Five-Ingredient Recipes: A Cookbook for Busy People as I plan out meals!):

Oatmeal cups with plenty of toppings – these are perfect for any morning where you’re rushing out the door. Plenty of variety offered by the multitude of topping options, so you’ll never get bored!

Egg cups – Our little family loves these. They are super easy to meal prep and perfect for a protein-packed breakfast.

5 Ingredient healthy pasta meal prep lunches – meal prepping is so important as soon as the school year hits us! This pasta meal prep recipe is only 5 Ingredients and will save you tons of time every week!

How to make a DIY Sandwich Bar – this is perfect to use while you’re prepping lunch to send with the kids to school and also to throw together for an after-school snack.

5 Ingredient fish stick wraps – a quick dinner when you’re running around on those busy school nights.

5 Ingredient cheesy beef and egg noodle casserole – this dinner is so easy to make and I can’t imagine a kid out there that wouldn’t love to dig in to this comforting dish. Bonus to the parents – it’s another super quick meal to make!

5 ingredient crock pot pork roast and potatoes – super easy – just set it and forget it and come home to a delicious meal!

White chocolate peanut grape bites – these have been a favorite of mine for a long time! The perfect after school snack.

Oatmeal raisin energy bites – another snack option that I usually use when I’m headed out on road trips, but it’s great for school lunches and, again, snacks when the kiddos come home!

Wisconsin trail mix – a little state pride into a snack is never a bad idea! Wisconsin cranberries mixed with sweet and salty flavors make for a snack that everyone in the family will love. And, it’ll pack plenty of filling protein so the kids won’t be begging for food every hour!

Sausage puff pastry appetizer – perfect for an after school snack! And for any time you might have to invite friends over amongst the busy school schedule.

Other recipes you might enjoy:

I’m hoping this roundup will help make your adjustment form summer to back to school just a touch easier!

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Back to School Recipes

This post may contain affiliate links, please see my privacy policy for details.

How are we already talking about back to school!? Summer has flown by – like it always does – and I’m already thinking of the days that I’ll have to be planning school lunches for Ben! All of you parents out there keeping your kid fed with delicious meals, you rock! Mom-ing (is that even a word?) is hard and you’re doing great. Here’s to keeping the kiddos fed and back to school favorite recipes!

As I think through the days that must be coming up, I know I’ll need quick and easy breakfast recipes, fast, but tasty dinners, and plenty of snacks! With that in mind, I figured I’d start a list of some of my favorites and share them with you! So here goes, some of my back to school favorites (also, I’ve been leaning on my Five Ingredient Friday series and my cookbook Fast and Easy Five-Ingredient Recipes: A Cookbook for Busy People as I plan out meals!):

Oatmeal cups with plenty of toppings – these are perfect for any morning where you’re rushing out the door. Plenty of variety offered by the multitude of topping options, so you’ll never get bored!

Egg cups – Our little family loves these. They are super easy to meal prep and perfect for a protein-packed breakfast.

5 Ingredient healthy pasta meal prep lunches – meal prepping is so important as soon as the school year hits us! This pasta meal prep recipe is only 5 Ingredients and will save you tons of time every week!

How to make a DIY Sandwich Bar – this is perfect to use while you’re prepping lunch to send with the kids to school and also to throw together for an after-school snack.

5 Ingredient fish stick wraps – a quick dinner when you’re running around on those busy school nights.

5 Ingredient cheesy beef and egg noodle casserole – this dinner is so easy to make and I can’t imagine a kid out there that wouldn’t love to dig in to this comforting dish. Bonus to the parents – it’s another super quick meal to make!

5 ingredient crock pot pork roast and potatoes – super easy – just set it and forget it and come home to a delicious meal!

White chocolate peanut grape bites – these have been a favorite of mine for a long time! The perfect after school snack.

Oatmeal raisin energy bites – another snack option that I usually use when I’m headed out on road trips, but it’s great for school lunches and, again, snacks when the kiddos come home!

Wisconsin trail mix – a little state pride into a snack is never a bad idea! Wisconsin cranberries mixed with sweet and salty flavors make for a snack that everyone in the family will love. And, it’ll pack plenty of filling protein so the kids won’t be begging for food every hour!

Sausage puff pastry appetizer – perfect for an after school snack! And for any time you might have to invite friends over amongst the busy school schedule.

Other recipes you might enjoy:

I’m hoping this roundup will help make your adjustment form summer to back to school just a touch easier!

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Back to School Recipes

This post may contain affiliate links, please see my privacy policy for details.

How are we already talking about back to school!? Summer has flown by – like it always does – and I’m already thinking of the days that I’ll have to be planning school lunches for Ben! All of you parents out there keeping your kid fed with delicious meals, you rock! Mom-ing (is that even a word?) is hard and you’re doing great. Here’s to keeping the kiddos fed and back to school favorite recipes!

As I think through the days that must be coming up, I know I’ll need quick and easy breakfast recipes, fast, but tasty dinners, and plenty of snacks! With that in mind, I figured I’d start a list of some of my favorites and share them with you! So here goes, some of my back to school favorites (also, I’ve been leaning on my Five Ingredient Friday series and my cookbook Fast and Easy Five-Ingredient Recipes: A Cookbook for Busy People as I plan out meals!):

Oatmeal cups with plenty of toppings – these are perfect for any morning where you’re rushing out the door. Plenty of variety offered by the multitude of topping options, so you’ll never get bored!

Egg cups – Our little family loves these. They are super easy to meal prep and perfect for a protein-packed breakfast.

5 Ingredient healthy pasta meal prep lunches – meal prepping is so important as soon as the school year hits us! This pasta meal prep recipe is only 5 Ingredients and will save you tons of time every week!

How to make a DIY Sandwich Bar – this is perfect to use while you’re prepping lunch to send with the kids to school and also to throw together for an after-school snack.

5 Ingredient fish stick wraps – a quick dinner when you’re running around on those busy school nights.

5 Ingredient cheesy beef and egg noodle casserole – this dinner is so easy to make and I can’t imagine a kid out there that wouldn’t love to dig in to this comforting dish. Bonus to the parents – it’s another super quick meal to make!

5 ingredient crock pot pork roast and potatoes – super easy – just set it and forget it and come home to a delicious meal!

White chocolate peanut grape bites – these have been a favorite of mine for a long time! The perfect after school snack.

Oatmeal raisin energy bites – another snack option that I usually use when I’m headed out on road trips, but it’s great for school lunches and, again, snacks when the kiddos come home!

Wisconsin trail mix – a little state pride into a snack is never a bad idea! Wisconsin cranberries mixed with sweet and salty flavors make for a snack that everyone in the family will love. And, it’ll pack plenty of filling protein so the kids won’t be begging for food every hour!

Sausage puff pastry appetizer – perfect for an after school snack! And for any time you might have to invite friends over amongst the busy school schedule.

Other recipes you might enjoy:

I’m hoping this roundup will help make your adjustment form summer to back to school just a touch easier!

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Back to School Recipes

This post may contain affiliate links, please see my privacy policy for details.

How are we already talking about back to school!? Summer has flown by – like it always does – and I’m already thinking of the days that I’ll have to be planning school lunches for Ben! All of you parents out there keeping your kid fed with delicious meals, you rock! Mom-ing (is that even a word?) is hard and you’re doing great. Here’s to keeping the kiddos fed and back to school favorite recipes!

As I think through the days that must be coming up, I know I’ll need quick and easy breakfast recipes, fast, but tasty dinners, and plenty of snacks! With that in mind, I figured I’d start a list of some of my favorites and share them with you! So here goes, some of my back to school favorites (also, I’ve been leaning on my Five Ingredient Friday series and my cookbook Fast and Easy Five-Ingredient Recipes: A Cookbook for Busy People as I plan out meals!):

Oatmeal cups with plenty of toppings – these are perfect for any morning where you’re rushing out the door. Plenty of variety offered by the multitude of topping options, so you’ll never get bored!

Egg cups – Our little family loves these. They are super easy to meal prep and perfect for a protein-packed breakfast.

5 Ingredient healthy pasta meal prep lunches – meal prepping is so important as soon as the school year hits us! This pasta meal prep recipe is only 5 Ingredients and will save you tons of time every week!

How to make a DIY Sandwich Bar – this is perfect to use while you’re prepping lunch to send with the kids to school and also to throw together for an after-school snack.

5 Ingredient fish stick wraps – a quick dinner when you’re running around on those busy school nights.

5 Ingredient cheesy beef and egg noodle casserole – this dinner is so easy to make and I can’t imagine a kid out there that wouldn’t love to dig in to this comforting dish. Bonus to the parents – it’s another super quick meal to make!

5 ingredient crock pot pork roast and potatoes – super easy – just set it and forget it and come home to a delicious meal!

White chocolate peanut grape bites – these have been a favorite of mine for a long time! The perfect after school snack.

Oatmeal raisin energy bites – another snack option that I usually use when I’m headed out on road trips, but it’s great for school lunches and, again, snacks when the kiddos come home!

Wisconsin trail mix – a little state pride into a snack is never a bad idea! Wisconsin cranberries mixed with sweet and salty flavors make for a snack that everyone in the family will love. And, it’ll pack plenty of filling protein so the kids won’t be begging for food every hour!

Sausage puff pastry appetizer – perfect for an after school snack! And for any time you might have to invite friends over amongst the busy school schedule.

Other recipes you might enjoy:

I’m hoping this roundup will help make your adjustment form summer to back to school just a touch easier!

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Back to School Recipes

This post may contain affiliate links, please see my privacy policy for details.

How are we already talking about back to school!? Summer has flown by – like it always does – and I’m already thinking of the days that I’ll have to be planning school lunches for Ben! All of you parents out there keeping your kid fed with delicious meals, you rock! Mom-ing (is that even a word?) is hard and you’re doing great. Here’s to keeping the kiddos fed and back to school favorite recipes!

As I think through the days that must be coming up, I know I’ll need quick and easy breakfast recipes, fast, but tasty dinners, and plenty of snacks! With that in mind, I figured I’d start a list of some of my favorites and share them with you! So here goes, some of my back to school favorites (also, I’ve been leaning on my Five Ingredient Friday series and my cookbook Fast and Easy Five-Ingredient Recipes: A Cookbook for Busy People as I plan out meals!):

Oatmeal cups with plenty of toppings – these are perfect for any morning where you’re rushing out the door. Plenty of variety offered by the multitude of topping options, so you’ll never get bored!

Egg cups – Our little family loves these. They are super easy to meal prep and perfect for a protein-packed breakfast.

5 Ingredient healthy pasta meal prep lunches – meal prepping is so important as soon as the school year hits us! This pasta meal prep recipe is only 5 Ingredients and will save you tons of time every week!

How to make a DIY Sandwich Bar – this is perfect to use while you’re prepping lunch to send with the kids to school and also to throw together for an after-school snack.

5 Ingredient fish stick wraps – a quick dinner when you’re running around on those busy school nights.

5 Ingredient cheesy beef and egg noodle casserole – this dinner is so easy to make and I can’t imagine a kid out there that wouldn’t love to dig in to this comforting dish. Bonus to the parents – it’s another super quick meal to make!

5 ingredient crock pot pork roast and potatoes – super easy – just set it and forget it and come home to a delicious meal!

White chocolate peanut grape bites – these have been a favorite of mine for a long time! The perfect after school snack.

Oatmeal raisin energy bites – another snack option that I usually use when I’m headed out on road trips, but it’s great for school lunches and, again, snacks when the kiddos come home!

Wisconsin trail mix – a little state pride into a snack is never a bad idea! Wisconsin cranberries mixed with sweet and salty flavors make for a snack that everyone in the family will love. And, it’ll pack plenty of filling protein so the kids won’t be begging for food every hour!

Sausage puff pastry appetizer – perfect for an after school snack! And for any time you might have to invite friends over amongst the busy school schedule.

Other recipes you might enjoy:

I’m hoping this roundup will help make your adjustment form summer to back to school just a touch easier!

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Back to School Recipes

This post may contain affiliate links, please see my privacy policy for details.

How are we already talking about back to school!? Summer has flown by – like it always does – and I’m already thinking of the days that I’ll have to be planning school lunches for Ben! All of you parents out there keeping your kid fed with delicious meals, you rock! Mom-ing (is that even a word?) is hard and you’re doing great. Here’s to keeping the kiddos fed and back to school favorite recipes!

As I think through the days that must be coming up, I know I’ll need quick and easy breakfast recipes, fast, but tasty dinners, and plenty of snacks! With that in mind, I figured I’d start a list of some of my favorites and share them with you! So here goes, some of my back to school favorites (also, I’ve been leaning on my Five Ingredient Friday series and my cookbook Fast and Easy Five-Ingredient Recipes: A Cookbook for Busy People as I plan out meals!):

Oatmeal cups with plenty of toppings – these are perfect for any morning where you’re rushing out the door. Plenty of variety offered by the multitude of topping options, so you’ll never get bored!

Egg cups – Our little family loves these. They are super easy to meal prep and perfect for a protein-packed breakfast.

5 Ingredient healthy pasta meal prep lunches – meal prepping is so important as soon as the school year hits us! This pasta meal prep recipe is only 5 Ingredients and will save you tons of time every week!

How to make a DIY Sandwich Bar – this is perfect to use while you’re prepping lunch to send with the kids to school and also to throw together for an after-school snack.

5 Ingredient fish stick wraps – a quick dinner when you’re running around on those busy school nights.

5 Ingredient cheesy beef and egg noodle casserole – this dinner is so easy to make and I can’t imagine a kid out there that wouldn’t love to dig in to this comforting dish. Bonus to the parents – it’s another super quick meal to make!

5 ingredient crock pot pork roast and potatoes – super easy – just set it and forget it and come home to a delicious meal!

White chocolate peanut grape bites – these have been a favorite of mine for a long time! The perfect after school snack.

Oatmeal raisin energy bites – another snack option that I usually use when I’m headed out on road trips, but it’s great for school lunches and, again, snacks when the kiddos come home!

Wisconsin trail mix – a little state pride into a snack is never a bad idea! Wisconsin cranberries mixed with sweet and salty flavors make for a snack that everyone in the family will love. And, it’ll pack plenty of filling protein so the kids won’t be begging for food every hour!

Sausage puff pastry appetizer – perfect for an after school snack! And for any time you might have to invite friends over amongst the busy school schedule.

Other recipes you might enjoy:

I’m hoping this roundup will help make your adjustment form summer to back to school just a touch easier!

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Back to School Recipes

This post may contain affiliate links, please see my privacy policy for details.

How are we already talking about back to school!? Summer has flown by – like it always does – and I’m already thinking of the days that I’ll have to be planning school lunches for Ben! All of you parents out there keeping your kid fed with delicious meals, you rock! Mom-ing (is that even a word?) is hard and you’re doing great. Here’s to keeping the kiddos fed and back to school favorite recipes!

As I think through the days that must be coming up, I know I’ll need quick and easy breakfast recipes, fast, but tasty dinners, and plenty of snacks! With that in mind, I figured I’d start a list of some of my favorites and share them with you! So here goes, some of my back to school favorites (also, I’ve been leaning on my Five Ingredient Friday series and my cookbook Fast and Easy Five-Ingredient Recipes: A Cookbook for Busy People as I plan out meals!):

Oatmeal cups with plenty of toppings – these are perfect for any morning where you’re rushing out the door. Plenty of variety offered by the multitude of topping options, so you’ll never get bored!

Egg cups – Our little family loves these. They are super easy to meal prep and perfect for a protein-packed breakfast.

5 Ingredient healthy pasta meal prep lunches – meal prepping is so important as soon as the school year hits us! This pasta meal prep recipe is only 5 Ingredients and will save you tons of time every week!

How to make a DIY Sandwich Bar – this is perfect to use while you’re prepping lunch to send with the kids to school and also to throw together for an after-school snack.

5 Ingredient fish stick wraps – a quick dinner when you’re running around on those busy school nights.

5 Ingredient cheesy beef and egg noodle casserole – this dinner is so easy to make and I can’t imagine a kid out there that wouldn’t love to dig in to this comforting dish. Bonus to the parents – it’s another super quick meal to make!

5 ingredient crock pot pork roast and potatoes – super easy – just set it and forget it and come home to a delicious meal!

White chocolate peanut grape bites – these have been a favorite of mine for a long time! The perfect after school snack.

Oatmeal raisin energy bites – another snack option that I usually use when I’m headed out on road trips, but it’s great for school lunches and, again, snacks when the kiddos come home!

Wisconsin trail mix – a little state pride into a snack is never a bad idea! Wisconsin cranberries mixed with sweet and salty flavors make for a snack that everyone in the family will love. And, it’ll pack plenty of filling protein so the kids won’t be begging for food every hour!

Sausage puff pastry appetizer – perfect for an after school snack! And for any time you might have to invite friends over amongst the busy school schedule.

Other recipes you might enjoy:

I’m hoping this roundup will help make your adjustment form summer to back to school just a touch easier!

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Back to School Recipes

This post may contain affiliate links, please see my privacy policy for details.

How are we already talking about back to school!? Summer has flown by – like it always does – and I’m already thinking of the days that I’ll have to be planning school lunches for Ben! All of you parents out there keeping your kid fed with delicious meals, you rock! Mom-ing (is that even a word?) is hard and you’re doing great. Here’s to keeping the kiddos fed and back to school favorite recipes!

As I think through the days that must be coming up, I know I’ll need quick and easy breakfast recipes, fast, but tasty dinners, and plenty of snacks! With that in mind, I figured I’d start a list of some of my favorites and share them with you! So here goes, some of my back to school favorites (also, I’ve been leaning on my Five Ingredient Friday series and my cookbook Fast and Easy Five-Ingredient Recipes: A Cookbook for Busy People as I plan out meals!):

Oatmeal cups with plenty of toppings – these are perfect for any morning where you’re rushing out the door. Plenty of variety offered by the multitude of topping options, so you’ll never get bored!

Egg cups – Our little family loves these. They are super easy to meal prep and perfect for a protein-packed breakfast.

5 Ingredient healthy pasta meal prep lunches – meal prepping is so important as soon as the school year hits us! This pasta meal prep recipe is only 5 Ingredients and will save you tons of time every week!

How to make a DIY Sandwich Bar – this is perfect to use while you’re prepping lunch to send with the kids to school and also to throw together for an after-school snack.

5 Ingredient fish stick wraps – a quick dinner when you’re running around on those busy school nights.

5 Ingredient cheesy beef and egg noodle casserole – this dinner is so easy to make and I can’t imagine a kid out there that wouldn’t love to dig in to this comforting dish. Bonus to the parents – it’s another super quick meal to make!

5 ingredient crock pot pork roast and potatoes – super easy – just set it and forget it and come home to a delicious meal!

White chocolate peanut grape bites – these have been a favorite of mine for a long time! The perfect after school snack.

Oatmeal raisin energy bites – another snack option that I usually use when I’m headed out on road trips, but it’s great for school lunches and, again, snacks when the kiddos come home!

Wisconsin trail mix – a little state pride into a snack is never a bad idea! Wisconsin cranberries mixed with sweet and salty flavors make for a snack that everyone in the family will love. And, it’ll pack plenty of filling protein so the kids won’t be begging for food every hour!

Sausage puff pastry appetizer – perfect for an after school snack! And for any time you might have to invite friends over amongst the busy school schedule.

Other recipes you might enjoy:

I’m hoping this roundup will help make your adjustment form summer to back to school just a touch easier!

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These super delicious easy sweet chili fish tacos are perfect for the next time you're&hellip


Back to School Recipes

This post may contain affiliate links, please see my privacy policy for details.

How are we already talking about back to school!? Summer has flown by – like it always does – and I’m already thinking of the days that I’ll have to be planning school lunches for Ben! All of you parents out there keeping your kid fed with delicious meals, you rock! Mom-ing (is that even a word?) is hard and you’re doing great. Here’s to keeping the kiddos fed and back to school favorite recipes!

As I think through the days that must be coming up, I know I’ll need quick and easy breakfast recipes, fast, but tasty dinners, and plenty of snacks! With that in mind, I figured I’d start a list of some of my favorites and share them with you! So here goes, some of my back to school favorites (also, I’ve been leaning on my Five Ingredient Friday series and my cookbook Fast and Easy Five-Ingredient Recipes: A Cookbook for Busy People as I plan out meals!):

Oatmeal cups with plenty of toppings – these are perfect for any morning where you’re rushing out the door. Plenty of variety offered by the multitude of topping options, so you’ll never get bored!

Egg cups – Our little family loves these. They are super easy to meal prep and perfect for a protein-packed breakfast.

5 Ingredient healthy pasta meal prep lunches – meal prepping is so important as soon as the school year hits us! This pasta meal prep recipe is only 5 Ingredients and will save you tons of time every week!

How to make a DIY Sandwich Bar – this is perfect to use while you’re prepping lunch to send with the kids to school and also to throw together for an after-school snack.

5 Ingredient fish stick wraps – a quick dinner when you’re running around on those busy school nights.

5 Ingredient cheesy beef and egg noodle casserole – this dinner is so easy to make and I can’t imagine a kid out there that wouldn’t love to dig in to this comforting dish. Bonus to the parents – it’s another super quick meal to make!

5 ingredient crock pot pork roast and potatoes – super easy – just set it and forget it and come home to a delicious meal!

White chocolate peanut grape bites – these have been a favorite of mine for a long time! The perfect after school snack.

Oatmeal raisin energy bites – another snack option that I usually use when I’m headed out on road trips, but it’s great for school lunches and, again, snacks when the kiddos come home!

Wisconsin trail mix – a little state pride into a snack is never a bad idea! Wisconsin cranberries mixed with sweet and salty flavors make for a snack that everyone in the family will love. And, it’ll pack plenty of filling protein so the kids won’t be begging for food every hour!

Sausage puff pastry appetizer – perfect for an after school snack! And for any time you might have to invite friends over amongst the busy school schedule.

Other recipes you might enjoy:

I’m hoping this roundup will help make your adjustment form summer to back to school just a touch easier!

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Enjoy this Asian ground turkey lettuce wrap salad as a healthy and filling lunch or&hellip

Tired of boring lunches? I know I was. but that all changed when I started making&hellip

These super delicious easy sweet chili fish tacos are perfect for the next time you're&hellip


Back to School Recipes

This post may contain affiliate links, please see my privacy policy for details.

How are we already talking about back to school!? Summer has flown by – like it always does – and I’m already thinking of the days that I’ll have to be planning school lunches for Ben! All of you parents out there keeping your kid fed with delicious meals, you rock! Mom-ing (is that even a word?) is hard and you’re doing great. Here’s to keeping the kiddos fed and back to school favorite recipes!

As I think through the days that must be coming up, I know I’ll need quick and easy breakfast recipes, fast, but tasty dinners, and plenty of snacks! With that in mind, I figured I’d start a list of some of my favorites and share them with you! So here goes, some of my back to school favorites (also, I’ve been leaning on my Five Ingredient Friday series and my cookbook Fast and Easy Five-Ingredient Recipes: A Cookbook for Busy People as I plan out meals!):

Oatmeal cups with plenty of toppings – these are perfect for any morning where you’re rushing out the door. Plenty of variety offered by the multitude of topping options, so you’ll never get bored!

Egg cups – Our little family loves these. They are super easy to meal prep and perfect for a protein-packed breakfast.

5 Ingredient healthy pasta meal prep lunches – meal prepping is so important as soon as the school year hits us! This pasta meal prep recipe is only 5 Ingredients and will save you tons of time every week!

How to make a DIY Sandwich Bar – this is perfect to use while you’re prepping lunch to send with the kids to school and also to throw together for an after-school snack.

5 Ingredient fish stick wraps – a quick dinner when you’re running around on those busy school nights.

5 Ingredient cheesy beef and egg noodle casserole – this dinner is so easy to make and I can’t imagine a kid out there that wouldn’t love to dig in to this comforting dish. Bonus to the parents – it’s another super quick meal to make!

5 ingredient crock pot pork roast and potatoes – super easy – just set it and forget it and come home to a delicious meal!

White chocolate peanut grape bites – these have been a favorite of mine for a long time! The perfect after school snack.

Oatmeal raisin energy bites – another snack option that I usually use when I’m headed out on road trips, but it’s great for school lunches and, again, snacks when the kiddos come home!

Wisconsin trail mix – a little state pride into a snack is never a bad idea! Wisconsin cranberries mixed with sweet and salty flavors make for a snack that everyone in the family will love. And, it’ll pack plenty of filling protein so the kids won’t be begging for food every hour!

Sausage puff pastry appetizer – perfect for an after school snack! And for any time you might have to invite friends over amongst the busy school schedule.

Other recipes you might enjoy:

I’m hoping this roundup will help make your adjustment form summer to back to school just a touch easier!

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