Lunch Box Ideas with Hartleys Jelly

With the school term fast approaching here here are three Lunch Box Ideas to encourage the children to eat their lunch at school

The Novelty Factor

My two like anything with the novelty factor (I guess like most of us), give them different packaging or a known brand they are undoubtably going to wolf it down! Yoghurts in pouches instead of boring old yoghurt pots and Jelly in it’s own pot is going to win!14182099_10157441478925445_1425886577_n

The Treat Factor

I know most mum’s like myself want to give our children healthy lunches. On the other hand the children are going to want things that are a treat. The answer is to make a healthy lunch with a twist of ‘treat’ and Hartley’s Jelly can be that treat.  Jelly considered a treat in this house and is a reminder of parties and all things fun. However to keep us mum’s happy there is a no added sugar range that we can use! 14194264_10157441478870445_2054993495_n

The Colour Factor

When we want to make something more attractive we add colour to it. Make lunches colourful and then children will be drawn to them. You can use colour in more than one way, you can theme the whole lunch around one or two colours, or as is often talked about you can ‘eat a rainbow’ and add in loads of colours. 14194218_10157441478600445_1109162208_n

Hartley’s Jelly Pots are the perfect size for lunchboxes an they have a wide range of flavours to keep your little ones happy.14169607_10157441479035445_1411411672_n
 In store from July onwards, Hartley’s will offer consumers the chance to collect 12 special edition green lids from across the No Added Sugar Jelly Pots (115g), to claim a free Hartley’s lunchbox and stickers.  You can claim your exclusive lunchbox by heading to the Hartley’s website . Along with your lunchbox you will also receive a sticker sheet of Hartley’s much loved characters and a sticker alphabet for children to personalise their lunchbox.
We received the lunchbox, stickers and some Jelly to write this post as part of the  #HartleysYourLunchbox Challenge with BritMums

1 comment

    • Maya Russell on September 2, 2016 at 12:43
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    Lovely as the No Added Sugar ones are, they contain sweeteners: Aspartame & Acesulphame K. We don’t really know the effects of these sweeteners in children or even adults. It is a quandary for parents!! I think I’ll stick to the added sugar ones as a little bit of added sugar in a lunch box is fine, in my opinion.:)

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