mama jess lunch and snack ideas & recipes!

Posted by on Jul 24, 2013 in blog, recipes


Mama Jess Lunch and Snack Ideas & Recipes!

Here is a great collection of recipes and ideas for anytime snacks or lunches on the go. Enjoy & keep eating those veggies!






mama jess cauliflower garlic sticks with garden good dipping sauce – click here for our recipe

apple salad – organic apple, walnuts, cranberries, 1 teaspoon lemon juice, 2 T yogurt (mix right in serving bowl)

quinoa cluster – click here for this lovely martha stewart recipe – make as is, mine are darker because I use unsulphured apricots. one note – these are best completely cooled.



mama jess roasted veggie wraps with bien good enchilada sauce – click here for recipe

grapefruit segments & raspberries



mama jess spaghetti and turkey meatball recipe  (mini meatballs) – click here for recipe

jicama sticks

quinoa cluster (see above for recipe, batch cooking, remember!)



mama jess quinoa bites with garden good dipping sauce – click for recipe



babybel cheese – light




mama jess bean good with alphabet pasta and peas – add peas in last 2 minutes of cooking noodles, drain, toss with sauce


popcorn with pepitas and chocolate chips


Mama Jess Bean Good Organic Pasta Sauce and Brown Rice Pasta.



Oat bran Muffin


Mama Jess Bean Good Organic Pasta Sauce on Whole Grain Pizza

Orange Slices

Celery with Almond Butter

Organic Raisins

Whole Wheat Chocolate Chip Cookie

Whole Grain Mama Jess Pizza Muffins – click for recipe!

Mama Jess Garden Good Organic Pasta Sauce for Dipping with

Whole Grain Pizza Muffins

Steamed Green Beans


Walnuts and Chocolate Chips


Mama Jess Quick ABC Tomato Soup – click for this easy recipe!

Grape & Cheese Sticks

Steamed Broccoli

Sunflower Seeds

Mama Jess Bien Good Organic Enchilada Sauce for Dipping with Whole Wheat, Bean & Cheese Quesadillas

Salad with Dressing on bottom

Organic Applesauce


Stacked Salad

Your choice of dressing

Your choice of fruit and/or veggies



Simply spread 1 tablespoon of dressing in bottom of container. Layer sliced fruits and veggies on top. Then add the salad greens. This prevents soggy greens. Just have your student mix it up before eating.