Back to School Vegetarian and Vegan Recipes – Kid-Friendly!

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Back to school is nearing and you know what that means? Lunchboxes! Here are healthy and kid-friendly back to school vegetarian and vegan recipes your kids will love!

15. Grandpa Frank’s Spaghetti Sauce

Shh, don’t tell anyone, but I am sharing one of our treasured family recipes with you, my Grandpa Frank’s Spaghetti Sauce. This delicious, red spaghetti sauce is what I grew up on, my mom made it often and our mouths watered as the aromatic spices wafted through the house while it simmered on the stove all day long.

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14. Miso Alphabet Soup

Miso Alphabet Soup ~ healthy, easy, and fun Miso Alphabet Soup is a 15 minute meal that introduces kids of all ages to a classic Japanese dish. Miso is one of the world’s oldest super foods, and nobody should miss out!

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13. Healthy Pumpkin Muffins Made in the Blender!

These Healthy Pumpkin Muffins are ridiculously easy to make, full of warm pumpkin spice, and naturally gluten free! You can load them up with chocolate chips, nuts, and cranberries or leave them plain! I love to make a big batch and freeze them for quick breakfasts throughout the week.

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12. No Bake Almond Butter Energy Balls

In need of some fun and delicious munchies? These Almond Butter Energy Balls are filled with good, healthy-ish ingredients, are easy to make and will actually keep you full for a while! Drop these in lunch boxes, keep them in your purses as to-go snacks…they make the best snack!

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11. Overnight Oats Recipe

Overnight oats recipe with step by step photos – overnight oats are oatmeal, quick cooking oats or rolled oats soaked in water or milk or yogurt and refrigerated. The next day they can be topped with fruits and dry fruits and your breakfast is ready.

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10. Orange Strawberry Muffins

Juicy sweet strawberries, orange zest and fragrant vanilla sugar combine into these awesome Orange Strawberry Muffins. They are quick and easy to put together and great for breakfast, brunch or eating on the go. Post includes Weight Watchers points.

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9. Egg and Cress Sandwich

Nothing screams healthy and quick lunch like this egg and cress sandwich. This is the best egg and cress sandwich recipe around and it sets apart from the traditional heavy egg and mayo sandwich recipe.

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8. Crunchy Asian Slaw

This crunchy Asian-style slaw has a creamy, tangy dressing made with peanut butter, soy sauce, and kombucha! It’s a delicious way to enjoy your vegetables and the dressing is packed with healthy fats and probiotics!

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7. Gingerbread Energy Balls

These Gingerbread Energy Balls are a healthy, vegan, gluten-free protein ball recipe that’s going to satisfy your sweets cravings this holiday season!

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6. Vegetable Fajitas

Quick and easy to make, these roasted Vegetable Fajitas are great for spicing up your weeknight dinners.

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5. Orzo Pasta Salad with Pesto

Quick and easy to make this Orzo Pasta Salad is a summer favourite. This tasty pasta salad combines creamy feta with juicy cherry tomatoes, salty kalamata olives with orzo, and a very quick lemon and pesto dressing.

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4. No Bake Oatmeal Chocolate Chip Energy Bites (Vegan)

These chocolate chip energy bites are delicious and very easy to make!

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3. Instant Pot Quinoa Salad with Feta

This kid-friendly quinoa salad with feta is so delicious that it will make a quinoa fan out of anyone!

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2. Vegan Pantry Marinara Sauce

Vegan Chunky Pantry Marinara Sauce is a perfect healthy solution for busy weeknights.

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1. Back to School Breakfast Cookies

Breakfast Cookies are chocked full of fruits, nuts, seeds and oats. There’s a little bit of sugar in there too, just for energy, of course…and yes, those are dark chocolate chips…what’s your point?

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