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Here you can find over 100 of your favourite sweet lunchbox recipes in one convenient spot.
And when you're looking for a change from the humble sandwich, check out my collection of easy savoury lunch box snacks too!
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Table Of Contents
- Muffins , Breads & Scrolls
- ABCD Muffins
- Banana Choc Chip Muffins
- Banana Muffins
- Blueberry Muffins
- Double Chocolate Chip Muffins
- Healthy Banana & Double Chocolate Chip Muffins
- Oat & Apple Muffins
- Orange & Poppyseed Muffins
- Raspberry & White Chocolate Muffins
- Strawberry, Banana & Yoghurt Muffins
- Apple & Cinnamon Scrolls
- Apple, Carrot & Zucchini Bread
- Cafe Style Banana Bread
- Chocolate Chip Banana Bread
- Fudgy Chocolate Banana Loaf
- Lemon Loaf with Cream Cheese Frosting
- Strawberry & Yoghurt Loaf
- Zucchini Bread With Chocolate Chips
- Muesli Bars & Bliss Balls
- Slice Recipes
- ANZAC Slice
- Apricot Coconut Slice - No Bake
- Apricot Oat Slice
- Baked Lemon Slice
- Caramello Slice - NO-BAKE
- Caramilk Slice - No Bake
- Caramilk Rice Bubble Slice - No Bake
- Chocolate Caramel Slice
- Chocolate Chip ANZAC Slice
- Easy Chocolate Slice
- Chocolate Coconut Slice
- Chocolate Flapjacks
- Chocolate Crunchie Slice - No Bake
- Chocolate Mint Slice - Baked
- Clinkers Slice - No Bake
- Coconut Rough Slice
- Easy Chocolate Brownies
- Fudgy Chocolate Gluten Free Brownies
- Healthy Coco Pop Bars - No Bake
- Healthy LCM Bars - No Bake
- Healthy Oat & Date Slice
- Hedgehog Slice - No Bake
- Honey Cornflake Slice
- Lemon & Coconut Slice - No Bake
- Lime & Coconut Slice - No Bake
- M&M Brownie Slice
- Malteser Slice - No Bake
- Marshmallow Wagon Wheel Slice
- Oat & Milo Slice
- Passionfruit Slice
- Peppermint Chocolate Slice - No Bake
- Raspberry Coconut Jam Slice
- Rice Bubble Marshmallow Slice - No Bake
- Weet-Bix Slice
- Biscuits & Cookies
- ANZAC Biscuits
- Choc Chip Oat Biscuits
- Choc Chip, Sultana & Cornflake Cookies
- Classic Chocolate Chip Cookies
- Coconut Biscuits With Lemon Icing
- Double Chocolate Chip Cookies
- Famous 100 Cookie Recipe
- Hokey Pokey Biscuits
- Honey Biscuits
- Milo Biscuits
- Monte Carlo Biscuits
- Peanut Butter & M&M Cookies
- Rolo Chocolate Chip Cookies
- Twix Cookies
- White Chocolate Chip Cookies
- Yo Yo Biscuits - Classic Recipe
- Cakes And Cupcakes
- Click Here To Download Your Free Lunch Box Snack Printable
- Thermomix Lunch Box Cookbooks
Our sweet muffins, breads and scrolls are perfect for lunch boxes. Bake them ahead of time and stock up the freezer! Great for 'grab and go' school snacks or breakfast on the run (and make those crazy rushed mornings just that little bit easier....).
A serve of fruit hidden in a yummy muffin! These are a healthy sweet lunch box recipe, plus they can be baked as full sized muffins or mini muffins.
Budget friendly and super delicious! Adding chocolate chips to our basic banana muffin recipe is always a great idea!
Transform those overripe bananas with this simple one bowl recipe. A great option for baking ahead of time and storing in the freezer for busy mornings.
These are just like your favourite cafe muffins... full of sweet bursts of blueberries and with a crunchy sugar top!
Luscious double chocolate muffins are a lunch box favourite!
While these may look decadent, they're actually packed full of bananas and greek yoghurt! Healthy AND yummy!
Whether it's in a lunch box, or as an after school snack, these healthy little muffins are a great option! Make a double batch and have some in the freezer to grab and go too.
Sticky, sweet muffins with the light and delicate flavour of orange and poppyseeds. Ready to eat in just half an hour - they may not even make it to a lunch box!
Who doesn't love the combo of raspberries and white chocolate!? These sweet little muffins are perfect for a lunch box treat or afternoon snack!
With banana and yoghurt making these muffins super moist, and the sweetness of fresh or frozen strawberries, you simply cannot go wrong!
A classic apple and cinnamon scroll that's so easy to make at home using just basic pantry ingredients - nothing fancy here... except for the taste!
A great way to smuggle some veggies into your little ones snacks (the sweetness of apple is a great disguise!)..... Freeze the whole loaf for later, or freeze individual slices - all ready to grab and go!
Everyone's favourite - whether its toasted for breakfast, or sliced and buttered in a lunch box, this banana bread with its crunchy top is one of my most popular recipes.
Your house will smell amazing when this is baking in the oven!! A great way to use up those ripe bananas, and the little bursts of chocolate are divine!
This moist, fudgy chocolate loaf is 100% kid approved - just read the reviews!!
Love baking with lemons? Me too! This simple citrusy loaf is one of my favourites - and it certainly delivers on flavour! The deliciously tangy, sweet and moist Lemon Loaf is smothered with the creamiest, luscious cream cheese frosting. You're going to LOVE it!
One bowl, basic pantry ingredients and sweet summer strawberries The little bursts of strawberries are a treat.
The zucchini keeps this loaf incredibly moist, while it's baked to a soft and fluffy texture with just the right amount of sweetness.
Homemade muesli bars and bliss balls are such easy and healthy options for energy boosting snacks. Chewy or crunchy muesli bars to nutritious and delicious bliss balls... there's just so many simple recipes here for you to try.
These really are the best (just read the reviews!!)! This recipe is so versatile and you can mix it up with any dried fruit/nut variations you like. Make a batch and put some away in the freezer for that last minute 'grab and go!'
You can whip these up in half an hour... and no one can resist the combination of rice bubbles and chocolate chips (especially the kids!).
These homemade muesli bars are far cheaper than store bought muesli bars, plus you know exactly whats in them! Apricots and sultanas are my 'go-to' but use whatever is on hand. Nut free = perfect for school lunch boxes.
These bliss balls are so good... even the fussiest of eaters can't resist them. With apricot, rolled oats and coconut, they're packed with natural sweetness and energy. The chia seeds delivers a healthy 'crunch' too!
These bliss balls have the same delicious flavour as chocolate lamingtons... but they're made with with dates, almonds and coconut too! Lamington bliss balls take just 5 minutes to prepare. Pop some in the freezer for those mornings when you're in a rush....
Take the humble Weet-Bix and make the perfect lunch box snack - Weet-Bix balls are nut free, freezer friendly and super yummy! Naturally sweetened with dates and honey, and very budget friendly!
Rum balls, minus the rum of course! The kids will love making these - just crush, mix and roll! Great to have in the freezer (if they make it there), and always a party favourite too!
Milo balls are the perfect treat to include in kids lunch boxes (plus they'll love helping to make them). Super simple and super yum!
Milo, Weet-Bix, sweetened condensed milk and coconut and some pretty sprinkles! Freeze for up to 2 months.
Using just 4 ingredients and the BEST flavour combo, these sweet balls are a hit with kids and adults alike. Make double, they won't last long!
Our huge collection of baked and no-bake slices are some of our most popular recipes! Kid-approved, and sure to be a hit in your little ones lunch boxes.
All of the recipes are freezer friendly too, which makes it a great way to have lunch box snacks ready to go on busy mornings.
And click this link for my easy tips on how to cut the perfect slices!
There's a few different variations on my ANZAC slice recipe, but this one requires only pantry staples and is very budget friendly. It's also quicker than making ANZAC Biscuits as you simply press the mixture into a tin and bake!
Apricots and coconut just go together, don't they? And this simple no-bake slice can be frozen and whipped out ready to go anytime for lunch boxes or an after school snack.
This is a favourite with fussy kids. It's the rolled oats and sweet dried apricots that give the 'chew' factor, and of course, if you add some white chocolate chips, they're even more popular.
This baked lemon slice has a yummy lemon frosting on top, a tangy base... and it's baked to perfection!
With just six ingredients and only ten minutes prep time, it's no wonder this simple no-bake slice is one of our most popular recipes. With basic pantry ingredients plus a block of Caramello chocolate - who can resist??
Calling all Caramilk fans, this one is definitely one for you! Featuring chunks of sweet biscuits embedded in a caramel base and topped with a thick layer of Caramilk chocolate. YUM!
Want Caramilk with an extra chewy crunch?? The familiar Rice Bubble slice that you know and love has had an epic caramel makeover! It makes a great lunchtime treat that the kids will certainly love.
Another of our most popular slice recipes...do you know anyone that can resist that gooey, creamy caramel layer topped with chocolate?? Try it, it's worth the effort, then sit back and enjoy!
Another one bowl wonder using our classic chewy ANZAC slice recipe and adding chocolate chips... because everything tastes better with a little chocolate, doesn't it?
One bowl, no fuss! This is such a classic easy slice to have on hand. Great to have as a back up in the freezer too.
These traditional slices are still most popular for a very good reason. They're quick, easy and delicious - it's that simple! Try it, you'll agree...
Flapjacks are a popular British sweet treat traditionally made with oats and golden syrup. Similar to granola bars and muesli bars, or oat slices, flapjacks are baked to perfection with just the right amount of crunch and chewiness. Lunchbox heaven!
Oh, who can resist bursts of honeycomb in this easy no-bake slice! Only 10 minutes prep time, plus an hour to chill, this slice is a favourite at our house. Freezes very well too (if it makes it that far...)
Chocolate and mint?? It's a yummy combo, and this slice can be whipped up easily with basic ingredients, making it a winner for hungry kids. Great for bake sales too!
This no-bake slice is an absolute must to try! It's one of my most popular no-bake slice recipes, with that irresistible 'can't stop at one piece' taste. So try it for yourself!
This was often a favourite in my lunch box (thanks, Mum!). Made with the most basic pantry ingredients, very budget friendly, and the chocolate coconut rough topping is just slightly addictive!
Thick and chewy, my one-bowl cocoa brownies are a chocolate lover’s dream! Just six basic pantry ingredients and 30 minutes bake time, you can even pop some in the freezer to be super organised.
Using almond meal and dark chocolate, this brownie recipe is rich, fudgy and absolutely delicious!
Looking for a healthier alternative to store-bought coco pop bars? These no-bake Coco Bars make a budget friendly kids treat - and the best part is, you know exactly what's in them.
Dairy free and nut free, these homemade LCM Bars will take you only 5 minutes to mix, and then chill for a few hours! Best chilled as an after-school snack, or pack in a cooler bag to keep them nice and firm until lunch time.
This healthy little slice packs a punch of goodness in it. Sweetened just by dates and honey (and a drizzle of chocolate on top...) this is a great little energy booster for an after school snack!
A classic favourite.... and it's still one of our most popular recipes! Simply crush the biscuits, melt & mix, pour chocolate over the top......done!!
If you have a box of Corn Flakes sitting in your pantry, be sure to make a batch of Honey Cornflake Slice - take your simple box of cereal to a whole new level of deliciousness! This kid-approved baked slice is just perfect for school lunch boxes or morning tea.
Move over chocolate slice!!! Here's a sweet & lemony alternative and you don't even need to turn on the oven!
This slice is equally as delicious as my simple no-bake Lemon & Coconut Slice, but the lime flavour is great for a change - mix it up, I say!
Pack a surprise treat in a lunch-box with these M&M Brownies! They're also a huge hit at kids parties, and well, anytime really, when you want (need!!) a delicious crunchy, chewy bite...
With a combo of crushed biscuits, Rice-Bubbles, sweetened condensed milk and Maltesers, there's something to tempt everyone here! This easy slice takes only 10 minutes to prep, then chill. No baking required.
For something a little more decadent and fun, try this marshmallow Wagon Wheel slice. A layer of chocolate over squishy sweet marshmallows and a baked base. I can guarantee the taste is sooo much better than store bought!
No fuss, super easy, budget friendly = tastes great!
The creamy, tangy passionfruit topping and sweet and simple base is simply irresistible.
A simple no-bake chocolate slice made with crushed biscuits and a block of peppermint chocolate! With a swirly white chocolate topping, it looks amazing too!
You know I love simple recipes, particularly those that you don't have to go out and buy lots of different ingredients for. Here's another old fashioned favourite with sweet jam and crispy coconut - so easy, so awesome!
Grab a packet of marshmallows and try this simple no-bake slice using Rice Bubbles! Always a hit at my place, and a great last minute slice to make at the start of the week for lunch boxes and after school treats!
Have you got a packet of Weet-Bix in the cupboard? - I know I always do! This slice is very tasty, and with chocolate and freckles on top, you'll find it's a huge hit with the kids.
There is nothing better than the taste and smell of freshly baked cookies! Whether they are light and crispy, crunchy cookies, or densely soft and chewy ones, whether they are full of bursts of sweet chocolate or luscious dried fruit, I'm sure you'll find plenty to please!
Fill up the cookie tin with our favourite biscuit and cookie recipes! From old fashioned classics to new recipes... your kids will be kept very happy!!!
Everyone's favourite! Soft & chewy... these ANZACs are a one bowl wonder. There's nothing better than a fresh batch of these biscuits, but a word of warning, you wont be able to stop at one!
These little cookies are a cross between an ANZAC biscuit and a chocolate chip cookie - a perfect blend! Using just basic ingredients, these are a great snack for lunch boxes or after school.
Quick and easy, budget friendly, freezer friendly, and most important - KID friendly! No wonder this recipe is rated 5 star and has been shared more than 15,000 times!!
Fill up the cookie jar with these all-time favourites! Basic ingredients (that you probably already have on hand) and half an hour or so to mix, bake... and eat!
Made with basic pantry ingredients, these buttery bites with a tangy lemon glaze are just heavenly. You can even freeze them - that's if they make it to the freezer!
Why do things in halves? Double up on chewy chocolate chip cookies for the ULTIMATE cookie. Mix up a double batch and freeze one uncooked dough for another time.
What can I say? This is such a fabulous recipe - make a big batch of dough and freeze in smaller batches for when required, then have fun with so many different variations!
Here's just a couple of five star reviews:
"Amazing recipe thank you for sharing. My daughter and I made these today while the boys were out. We made 5 flavours from the one batch. Peanut butter, Milo,Choc chip, cornflakes and sprinkles. We couldn't stop eating them".
"This is now my go to cookie recipe. They taste so good. We do peanut and dark chocolate cookies. I’m addicted!"
These remind me of my childhood when mum would whip up a batch on a Saturday baking day! So quick and easy, the golden syrup giving a caramel like flavour with a shortbread texture - truly a kid friendly winner!
With prices going up and up, it's a great time to get that baking prowess happening, and so many recipes, such as these Honey biscuits, are quick and simple, cheap to make and totally delicious too! Nothing beats homemade baking.