With summer coming to a close and kids heading back to school it can be a chore for grandparents who are caregivers to figure out what to pack for lunch. Beef. It’s What’s For Dinner., funded by the Beef Checkoff, has three recipes that will help make packing lunch easy amid all the hustle and bustle.
Forget about frozen pockets from the grocery store, because these Roast Beef Cheddar Pockets are a win-win. With just a little planning, your Sunday night pot roast can set you up for success all week as you use the leftover shredded beef to create these lunchtime favorites. They are budget-friendly, packed with flavor and perfect for kids of all ages.
If you and your kids are looking for something new to put in the rotation, these Chimichurri Steak Wraps are big on flavor and save on time. The chimichurri sauce is easy to make and brings the juicy steak slices, spinach and red bell pepper together. Rolled up in a whole wheat tortilla, this recipe is great for school lunches and as a bonus, is easy to customize for your picky eaters.
School days are long and sometimes we need a little something extra to keep us going, especially for kids participating in extra-curriculars. That’s why these Beef Jerky Granola Bars are the ultimate pick-me-up snack any time of day. This recipe combines your favorite beef jerky with oats, mixed nuts, seeds and fruit. Just bake for 30 minutes ad you have homemade snack bars that are easy to pack and will keep the family fueled all week.