Lunchbox planner for term 3 – on sale NOW!

As modern as tomorrow - I've got an E-book!

Dear fellow Smugglers…

There’s a new Vegie Smugglers product in the stable. My first e-book – and it’s a cracker! Welcome to ‘Lunchbox Inspiration for Term 3’, designed to ease the grind of the daily lunchbox routine and keep you inspired throughout next term.

Knowing myself the time constraints and drudgery of lunch preparation, I’ve aimed to provide easy ideas and recipes that will actually be do-able in your household, with the limited time that you have. Rather than asking too much of mums already bogged down in the zillion things that we do, I’ve gone for seasonal and simple.

The e-book is 25 pages, with a recipe a week. It’s deliberately quick and easy and designed to give a bit of variety without too much effort. Even better, some weeks you can make double batches and you’ve got dinner under control too.

I've tried to do the thinking FOR you!

Each week there’s also a lunch plan, with a shopping list and tips to help out too! So much! And only $4.95!

The file itself is 4.8mb and is delivered to you via email within 8 hours of your purchase.

The Vegie Smugglers business is a tiny one, with fabulous plans that can only eventuate with continued sales and support. Now you all know I’m not greedy – I give away most of my recipes for free, so if you enjoy the freebies, maybe take the time to also enjoy my paid products too.

You can view a sample here, or just go along and buy here.

I’m really proud of it and hope that you all enjoy it too.

thanks so much,

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4 Responses so far »

  1. 1

    Melissa said,

    This looks fantastic. I’m already feeling inspired!

  2. 2

    sounds great, just what I need with my first child starting school next week!

  3. 3

    weddingnet said,

    bought it, but not so happy with it. Which kid wants to eat the same cookie and muffin the whole week?
    Nice work on the book, though, but more recipes would have been better with more variation.

    • 4

      wendyblume said,

      Thanks for your feedback.

      Keeping things simple was a deliberate decision, since I know how rushed most parents are. Changing things around each week seems simplest for those parents who only have one slot a week to organise these things.

      I tend to find that my kids will eat a treat a few days running, rather than have no treat at all.

      But if you’re a parent with more time, then you’re always welcome to make a couple of the recipes each week.

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