As a homeschool mom, you have enough on your plate. One of the last things you want to think about is what you are going to make the kids for lunch each day. You want something that is quick to make, easy to eat, and that the kids like.
Finger foods are a great way to accomplish all of that. Below you will find a variety of finger food ideas to make your homeschool lunch a breeze. Some of them would even make it possible for the kids to eat while they work or to grab as they head outside to burn off some energy.
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Finger Foods to Make Your Homeschool Lunch a Breeze
Mini PB&J Sandwiches from Must Have Mom.
This is a fun idea for the little ones in the house; although I’m sure the big kids would enjoy gobbling up these mini sandwiches, too.
Toasted Ravioli Skewers from Operation $40K.
Toasted ravioli on a stick are inexpensive and easy to make. Thread several ravioli on a skewer and you have a lunch that needs no plate!
Chicken Nugget Cordon Bleu from Arts & Crackers.
Liven up your chicken nuggets by adding a little ham and Swiss cheese to the inside – mini chicken cordon bleu!
Cauliflower Pizza Bites from It’s Cheat Day Everyday.
Don’t let the fact that these pizza bites have a cauliflower crust scare you, because after one bite you’ll be addicted and will have trouble not eating half a dozen.
Mini Crustless Quiches from Healthy Little Foodie.
These mini crustless quiches are quick to prepare and can even be made ahead of time and thrown in the freezer for another day. These are also great if you need to pack a lunch for a field trip or co-op.
Chicken Nugget Sliders from A Mom’s Take.
Here’s another chicken nugget idea. Turn them into slider sandwiches. The possibilities are endless as to what kind of sandwich you make with them.
Pepperoni Pizza Muffins from Low Carb Yum.
While these low carb muffins are ideally for breakfast, they would make for an easy lunch too.
Mini Bacon Cheeseburger Bites from Small Town Woman.
Your kids will love these creative mini burger bites – they have the potato, hamburger, cheese, and bacon, all in one bite. Yum!
Fried Macaroni and Cheese Balls from Tobins’ Tastes.
What kid doesn’t like macaroni and cheese? Well, you can easily turn it into a finger food by frying it up into bite-size balls.
Corn Dog Muffins from Suburbia Unwrapped.
This is another great option if you need to take lunch on-the-go. If your kids love corn dogs, then they will love these muffins.
Avocado Bacon Egg Rolls from Home Cooking Memories.
Avocado, bacon, and pepper jack cheese all rolled up in an egg roll wrapper and then fried?! Sounds super delicious!
Turkey and Cheese Roll-Ups from Foodlets.
Lunch can’t get much easier than slathering your favorite meat with your favorite condiment and then rolling it up with your favorite cheese inside.
Pulled Pork Mini Quesadilla Sliders from The Crazy Craft Lady.
Your whole family will enjoy eating mini quesadilla sliders for lunch. These are very versatile because you can use any kind of meat and cheese you’d like, or even make them vegetarian.
Instant Pot Mini Pumpkin Pies from Awe Filled Homemaker Everyone will love these handheld desserts! The best part- you can make them in your Instant Pot, which makes them even easier to make!
Bacon Deviled Eggs from Peace Love and Low-Carb.
Mmmmm….. deviled eggs are good anytime and for any occasion – including lunch!!
Buffalo Chicken Kabobs from A Night Owl.
If your family likes chicken wings, they are sure to love eating them kabob-style.
Mini Calzones from Play Party Plan.
You can use your muffin tin to make lots of different finger foods, including these quick and easy to make mini calzones.
Zesty Ham Roll-Ups from A Spectacled Owl.
This is one lunch that most older kids could make themselves. You (or they) can even make them the night before and throw them in the fridge for lunch the next day or later in the week.
Cheesy Taco Sticks from I Wash You Dry.
Wrap up taco meat with your favorite toppings and turn them into an easy-to-eat taco stick. Dip them in a little salsa or sour cream to make them even better.
Cheesy Roast Beef Egg Roll Bites from Kleinworth & Co.
Packed full of roast beef and mozzarella cheese, these egg roll bites will have your kids asking for more. Plus, they are baked, not fried, making them a little healthier for your family.
Air Fryer Apple Handpies from Awe Filled Homemaker.
These are another great and easy dessert the kids will love! Don’t worry about a huge pie- these handpies give them a bite sized portion of what they want!
Air Fryer Pigs In a Blanket! from Awe Filled Homemaker.
Already a kid favorite, these pigs in a blanket are sure to keep your kids coming back for more!
Homemade Eggrolls from The Country Contessa.
You don’t need to order take-out to enjoy eggrolls. You can make your own and make them with exactly the ingredient you’d like inside.
We hope you enjoy some of these suggestions. Share below which one you will try first in the comments below. PS Don’t forget to join my newish blog facebook group and my homeschool facebook group on facebook!