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Lunch Box ideas for kids - Recipe led

Making a nutritious and enjoyable lunch for your children everyday might sometimes seem like a problem. Don't worry, though, we have got some delicious and simple lunch box ideas that are ideal for Indian palates. Whether you prepare and send your child's lunch in a vacuum-sealed lunch box or a single-wall lunch box, these recipes are guaranteed to make them and their tummy smile.

A Veggie Paratha Roll-up, filled with delicious vegetables wrapped in soft flatbread, is a nutritious meal choice. It fits perfectly in Single Wall Lunch Boxes, making it an ideal and hassle-free option for your children’s lunch. 

Vegetable Paratha Roll-Up


  1. Whole wheat flour (for the paratha)
  2. Grated mixed vegetables (carrot, cauliflower, and spinach work great)
  3. Paneer (cottage cheese), crumbled
  4. Spices (cumin, coriander, turmeric, and salt)
  5. Ghee or oil for cooking


  1. Prepare the dough for the paratha with whole wheat flour and water. Let it rest.
  2. Mix the grated vegetables, crumbled paneer, and spices in a bowl.
  3. Roll out a portion of the dough, place some of the veggie-paneer mixture in the center, and fold it to enclose the filling. Roll again gently.
  4. Cook the paratha on a hot tawa, applying ghee on both sides until golden brown.
  5. Let it cool slightly, then roll it up for easy eating. Wrap in foil or parchment paper for a mess-free lunch.

This vegetarian paratha roll-up is highly satisfying and nutrient-dense. With its durable construction and ample capacity to fit several roll-ups, the single-wall lunch box is ideal for this type of meal, guaranteeing your youngster a filling and enjoyable dinner.

For a kid-friendly addition to the lunch box, try a Sweet Corn & Paneer Salad. This tasty combination of juicy sweet corn and soft paneer is not only delicious but also nutritious, making it a perfect match for your child's Single Wall Lunch Box.

Sweet Corn & Paneer Salad


  1. Sweet corn, boiled
  2. Paneer, diced into small cubes
  3. Cucumber, finely chopped
  4. Tomato, deseeded and finely chopped
  5. Fresh coriander, chopped
  6. Lemon juice
  7. Salt and pepper to taste


  1. In a large bowl, mix the boiled sweet corn, paneer cubes, cucumber, and tomato.
  2. Add fresh coriander, a squeeze of lemon juice, salt, and pepper. Toss well.
  3. Pack in a small container or directly in the lunch box.

This light and refreshing salad is a great way to serve the paratha roll-up side dish. The partitions in the single-wall lunch box allow you to keep the salad and roll-ups apart, preserving their freshness.

A Mixed Vegetable Pulao, rich with various colorful vegetables and aromatic spices, is an excellent choice for your child's meal. Packed in the Vacuum Lunch Box, this fragrant rice dish stays warm and fresh, making lunchtime a delightful experience.

Mixed Vegetable Pulao


  1. Basmati rice, washed and soaked
  2. Mixed vegetables (carrots, peas, beans, and bell peppers), chopped
  3. Onions, thinly sliced
  4. Whole spices (cinnamon, bay leaf, cloves, and cardamom)
  5. Ginger-garlic paste
  6. Salt and garam masala to taste
  7. Oil or ghee


  1. Heat oil in a pan, add whole spices and sliced onions, and sauté until golden.
  2. Add ginger-garlic paste and chopped vegetables, and fry for a few minutes.
  3. Add drained rice, salt, and water. Cook until the rice is done.
  4. Pack the pulao in the vacuum lunch box to keep it warm until lunchtime.

This mixed veggie pulao keeps well in the vacuum lunch box, so your child can have a satisfying dinner even while they're not at home.

Moong Dal Kheer, a creamy and sweet dessert made from lentils, is a delightful treat to follow the main meal. This comforting dish is perfectly suited for the Vacuum Lunch Box, ensuring it remains fresh and enjoyable for your child's dessert time.

Moong Dal Kheer


  1. Moong dal (yellow split gram), washed and soaked
  2. Milk
  3. Jaggery (or sugar), grated
  4. Cardamom powder
  5. Dry fruits (almonds, cashews), chopped


  1. Cook the moong dal in a pressure cooker until soft.
  2. In a pan, add milk and cooked dal, and simmer on low heat.
  3. Add jaggery or sugar and cardamom powder. Stir until the jaggery melts and the mixture thickens.
  4. Garnish with dry fruits before packing it in the vacuum lunch box.

This nutritious and sweet kheer is the ideal way to wrap up your child's dinner. Your child will love the kheer dessert because the vacuum lunch box will maintain the proper temperature for it.

Making a lunchbox is a gesture of love and care, beyond simply putting together a meal. By making these foods, you're bringing happiness and cosiness into their day rather than merely packing them lunch boxes. Recall that the secret is to keep it tasty, healthful, and straightforward. 

Happy cooking!

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