3 MORE Lunchbox Ideas Featuring Leftovers! (Back-to-School Lunch Ideas)



Get ready for Back-to-School with 3 MORE lunchbox ideas featuring leftovers! Special Thanks to Keebler Club Bites Mini Sandwich Crackers for sponsoring and collaborating with me on this video. #AD

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3 Lunchbox Ideas Featuring Leftovers: http://bit.ly/2bPz8wO
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BETH’S 3 MORE LUNCH BOX IDEAS USING LEFTOVERS!

BRIE AND HAM SANDWICH
Serves 1

INGREDIENTS:
1 plain bagel, sliced
1 slice brie
1 tsp apricot jam
2-3 slices black forest ham

METHOD:
Slice bagel in half. Spread cheese on bagel, add jam, top with 2-3 slices of ham.

FRIED RICE:
Serves 1

INGREDIENTS:
2 tsp vegetable oil
1 cup cooked brown rice
¼ cup grated carrots
2 tbsp frozen peas
2 broccoli florets, sliced
1 tbsp low-sodium soy sauce
¼ tsp sesame oil
1 egg beaten

METHOD:
Heat oil in a large non-stick pan. Add rice, add carrots, peas and broccoli, sauté for a few minutes. Add soy sauce. Add sesame oil.

Move rice over to the side of the pan. Beat egg in a small glass and slowly pour egg onto clean side of pan, cook and scramble egg until cooked through, combine egg with rice. Transfer to a thermos to keep warm.

POTATO CORN CHOWDER
INGREDIENTS:

Serves 2

INGREDIENTS:
1 cup mashed potatoes
1 cup vegetable or chicken broth
¼ cup frozen corn
salt and pepper to taste
fresh parsley, chopped

METHOD:
Place potatoes and broth in a blender and blend on high until smooth. Transfer to a small sauce pot, add frozen corn and cook until warmed through. Check for seasoning. Add salt and pepper to taste, and freshly chopped parsley. Transfer to a thermos to keep warm.

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22 Responses

  1. Susan J. says:

    Great ideas! I especially like the mashed potato soup since I have some leftover.

  2. Joey Ac says:

    Where is your lunchbox with the thermos from?

  3. mouhint says:

    Drooling all over these lunch box idea after followed the link given in your FB. Brie +apricot jam + Bagel? Wow, love the idea and recipes.
    Totally agree that it would make a real yum lunch at the office as well. ☺️? Thx for sharing.

  4. sandra young says:

    Where do you get the Thermos lunch.boxes from Beth? I'm in the UK? Sandie x

  5. Iammy says:

    These look delicious, I know what I'll be having for lunch on Monday!

  6. Sophisticated and simple<3
    This is why I love you and your channel. No kids but my hubby. lol We'll be trying a few of these!

  7. Lovely lunch ideas. Can you provide a resource for the bento boxes and the thermos? Btw, made the stratus for my hubby…he loved them.

  8. I love your lunch boxes!!! I'll try to find them online!!!

  9. Soha Hashmi says:

    I love u soooo much!!! ??❤️❤️ ur AMAZING ?

  10. Which lunch boxes were those. I would like to buy the same brand.

  11. Loved loved loved the soup Beth!!! I wish I could get ready lunch meals from u haha

  12. This is amazing! I'm totally trying some of these out! Thanks so r sharing!?

  13. I wish u were my mom 🙂

  14. Natasha Yong says:

    Hi Beth!! Great video as always. Can you make a recipe for bagel?

  15. Yes! Yes! Yes! Speechless! I love you Beth!

  16. Karen Nguyen says:

    Where did you get that lunch container?

  17. Joanne Park says:

    I make fried rice all the time when I'm out of ideas. As long as I put a little bit of cilantro and some sesame oil my kid loves it.

  18. I love the way you have taken leftovers and quickly turned them into something so delicious and appealing for the next day. My kids are in high school now (how did that happen!?) and both like to take real food for lunch so I'll be trying these ideas for sure.

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