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My son often times takes left overs with an ice pack, but he has access to a microwave. Simple pasta seems to be a favorite of his, so I always make extra pasta and pour some sauce over it and throw in a meatball or two. Sandwiches always work well, salads can work well. Pasta or rice dishes always reheat well. So do potato dishes.
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Hi not about ide of lunch ut to pack in a backpack... With my son on on of the outside of the pocket, if you have space. A 2L of pop empry of course, cut the top put a sandwich with ice pack in it. I would used bread lime submarine and gotsmall ice pack from Wallmart. It worked for me...
Ooh! That is a dilemma! Have you check the Spark Articles for ideas for lunches in backpacks. Another thing you might do is peruse Spark Recipes. There are some rally good recipes for all kinds of meals in there. Sorry I can't be more help! Best wishes to you and your family. Barbara
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Hi. I am Lynda. I usually eat at home and pack my own meals. However, I find that my family and I are stuck on the same things. Could use ideas for packing sack lunches for my 16 year old who is not a sandwich lover and needs to be able to survive being shoved in a backpack.