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Banjo’s Bakery Café know it can be hard to find healthy, simple and quick lunch box ideas for the kids (and parents!) term after term. That’s why, we’re giving Mouth of Mums’ readers the chance to WIN 1 of 5 Healthy Lunch Box Vouchers (worth $100 each) to spend at one of Banjo’s 44 stores across Australia.

From nutritional salads and savouries to delicious sweets and baked breads, Banjo’s simplifies the concept of a ‘healthy lunch box’ to keep kids happy and bellies full until 3:00pm.

We believe the ideal lunch box should have variety, contain items from each food group, is colourful and has food low in fat, sugar and salt – plus water to drink! Our favourite lunch box fillers include:

  • Chicken & Seeded Mustard Salad Sandwich - with 100% chicken breast and fresh salad
  • Tasmanian Smoked Salmon Pita – rich in Omega 3 with fresh salad
  • Ham, Cheese & Tomato Breakfast Croissant - low in sugar with premium ham
  • Spinach & Ricotta Rolls - low in sugar and veggie-packed
  • Blueberry Muffin - packed with fibre and antioxidants

Simply purchase your lunch box fillers online or via the app (Apple app store or Google Play) and stop at one of Banjo’s 44 stores across Tasmania, Queensland, New South Wales, Victoria or South Australia to save valuable time in your morning routine.

For more information and the full menu, visit banjos.com.au.

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Please note this competition is open from 26 February 2021 until 29 March 2021 and is only available to members of Mouths Of Mums. This competition is a game of skill – answer in 50 words or less. We are unable to accept entries posted via facebook. Facebook LIKE functionality is not a requirement of entry to this competition. The winners of this competition will be published on this page. Winners’ name and address will be provided to the promoter of this competition and prizes will be sent to the address you have in Your Profile. Please ensure your details are up to date so that you receive your prize.

Winners for this competition

  1. A. MacdonaldQLD
  2. S. RAJANNSW
  3. A. HoganVIC
  4. B. FerroniVIC
  5. K. TiniNSW
  • I prep everything the night before with my daughter. So she chooses what she is getting and then it gets eaten.


  • A chilled can of tuna, tomato & onion with some assorted cracker biscuits.


  • freezing sandwiches so they’re quick to pull out in the morning!


  • When my daughter has a dance day I boil pasta and refrigerate in her lunch box the night before. All I have to do is add raw veg in the morning – ready to go and loaded with energy food for dance!


  • prepare night for next day school lunch for to save time. Use bagel thins to create mini pizzas the night before – a great one for letting the kids cram on their favourite healthy toppings.
    Simply make a few extra, wrap them in foil and store then in the fridge overnight.


  • prepare night for next day school lunch for to save time. Use bagel thins to create mini pizzas the night before – a great one for letting the kids cram on their favourite healthy toppings. Simply make a few extra, wrap them in foil and store then in the fridge overnight.


  • Prepare your lunch box the night before and pop into the fridge because let’s face it.. mornings can be hectic getting children ready for the day!


  • I love just cutting up fruit on a hot day and freezing it the night before. It stays cold and my girls just love eating it for their morning tea recess. It is healthy, fun and they eat the whole lot.


  • Cook more the night before and have savoury muffins in the freezer ready to go into boxes to keep them cool


  • cut up plenty of fruit and snacks at the start of the week so you don’t have to rush all the time.


  • Each Sunday I prepare snack packs for the kids lunches to save time in the morning cutting up fresh and healthy snacks for them!


  • Healthy things that can be cooked and eaten cold later, sausages, meatballs, falafels etc.


  • Fruit and muesli bars, anything healthy but fast and easy to make, the world today is just too fast paced.


  • I usually cook a little extra each night so that left-overs can be taken to work the next day.


  • Using a bento style luchbox so you dont have to spend time wrapping everything as it can just go in the box.


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