23 of 23 people found the following review helpful
Not rocket science but useful,
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This review is from: The Healthy Lunchbox (Hardcover)
I bought this because my daughter's due to start school in September and I wanted ideas to make her lunches less boring. This did give some useful recipes and some good ideas but it wasn't as good as I had been hoping to be honest. She divides the book up into "types" of lunch and some I found a bit silly - eg the "green" lunchbox she advised using a Fairtrade banana or cereal bar - like we wouldn't have thought of that! Her style is a lot less patronising than Annabel Karmel though and she doesn't expect you to cook all hours to create the lunchbox; I do think it is the sort of book that can be useful for all ages of child. I think maybe I expected too much and maybe lunches can never be that exciting.....!