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It’s not always easy to be creative when you are making your kids’ school lunch every day. We’re here to help you with 15 delicious and easy vegan school lunch recipes. We have a combination of sandwiches, wraps, and snacks, so you can get some inspiration. If you want even more recipes, be sure to download our Food Monster App.

1. Chickpea Tuna Salad Sandwich Chickpea Tuna Salad Sandwich 1.png?zoom=0

You can never go wrong with a filling, yummy, and protein-packed sandwich! This Chickpea Tuna Salad Sandwich by Michele Elizabeth is easy to make, and packed with good stuff!

2. Meatball and Garlicky Greens SubsMeatball Sub Rgb.jpg?zoom=0

This Meatball and Garlicky Greens Subs by Colorful Kitchen has a lot of flavor and is way healthier than the traditional sub! Packed with greens, this will be sure to give your kid great nutrition for their day.

3. Ultimate Veggie Sandwich Vsco Photo 1.jpg?zoom=0

The Ultimate Veggie Sandwich by Gina Fontana can be made with bagel or bread, and topped with plant-based cream cheese, avocado, sprouts, and all the good green stuff!

4. Sun-Dried Tomato, Basil, and Spinach Pinwheels Sun Dried Tomato Basil Pin Wheels 4.jpg?zoom=0

Such a fun, colorful, and nutritious treat for lunch! These Sun-Dried Tomato, Basil, and Spinach Pinwheels by Emily Brees won’t take you more than 15 minutes to make! These are sure to become a lunch-time favorite!

5. 4-Ingredient No-Bake Banana Bread Bars 4 Ingredient No Bake Banaan Bread Bars 2.jpg?zoom=0

These bars take minimal effort, and have a lot of fiber! Cinnamon, banana, and dates bring a serious punch of flavor. These 4-Ingredient No-Bake Banana Bread Bars by Michele Elizabeth are the perfect way to get energy for a long day!

6. Spinach and Rice Protein BallsSpinach Protein Balls2.jpg?zoom=0

Crispy on the outside and soft on the inside, packed with protein and iron, these Spinach and Rice Protein Balls by Philipp Ertl are a great way to sneak in the greens with one delicious bite!

7. Veggie Protein BurritosBurrito.jpg?zoom=0

These burritos have quinoa and black beans in them and are perfect to customize with all the ingredients you want. You just have to make these Veggie Protein Burritos by Robin Runner, your child will love them!

8. Raw Peanut Butter Stuffed Cookie Dough Bites Vegan Cookie Dough Image.jpg?zoom=0

These Raw Peanut Butter Stuffed Cookie Dough Bites by Taylor Kiser actually have chickpeas in them, can you believe it? Such a perfect, sweet little treat, that is actually good for you! Put them in your child’s lunch box and for a healthy, sweet treat!

9. Super Easy Kale FalafelImg 4815 694x1024.jpg?zoom=0

Tender and crunchy, easy to make and even easier to eat! Mix them in a salad, or stuff them in a pita bread, either way, your kid will love these Super Easy Kale Falafel by Robin Runner!

10. No-Chicken Coronation Sandwich No Chicken Coronation Sandwich.jpg?zoom=0

A boost of flavor and protein, this No-Chicken Coronation Sandwich by Annabelle Randles is so delicious, and really easy to make! No fancy equipment needed, and you can easily whip this up on a busy morning.

11. Hash Brown OmeletA Vegan Potato Cleanse Hash Brown Omellet Pinterest.jpg?zoom=0

The perfect breakfast or lunch, this Hash Brown Omelet by Melanie Sorrentino is affordable, quick to make, and good hot or cold! It’s stuffed with crispy shredded potatoes that are spiced with garlic and onion powder, yum!

12. ‘Honey’ Garlic Roasted Chickpea Wraps Honey Garlic Roasted Chickpea Wraps 1.jpg?zoom=0

Garlicky chickpeas, crispy cauliflower rice, herbed veggies, and coleslaw, these ‘Honey’ Garlic Roasted Chickpea Wraps by Taylor Kiser has it all! A perfect wrap to get some greens in, as well as many delicious flavors!

13. Raw Lemon BarsYummmmm.jpg?zoom=0

Bars packed with oats, fresh lemon, and coconut! A sweet, fiber-packed, and filling little snack for when you just want something to munch on. These Raw Lemon Bars by Holly Jade are the perfect little weekday ‘dessert’ in the lunch box.

14. Upcycled Dehydrated Almond Bread Img 6840.jpg?zoom=0

This bread is super healthy and very nutritious, and uses leftover almond pulp from homemade almond milk – so you don’t have to waste anything! Fill up the Upcycled Dehydrated Almond Bread by Amanda Froelich with greens and your kids’ favorite plant-based ingredients.

15. Crunchy Cranberry Chick’n Pita PocketsCrunchy Cranberry Chickn Pita Pockets.jpg?zoom=0

These pita pockets are just mouthwatering! Filled with meaty soy curls, tart cranberry sauce, chewy dried cranberries, and crunchy walnut, your kid is definitely in for a treat with these Crunchy Cranberry Chick’n Pita Pockets by Barbara Musick.

Maybe by now you have some lunchbox inspiration, and hopefully, something good to whip up for tomorrows lunch! Maybe you even want to make your own personalized version of some of our recipes! Don’t forget to download our Food Monster App, which is available for both Android and iPhone, and can also be found on Instagram and Facebook for even more simple kid-friendly recipes! The app has more than 10,000 plant-based, allergy-friendly recipes, and subscribers gain access to new recipes every day. Check it out!

Lead Image source: Meatball and Garlicky Greens Subs

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