, by Kelsey Brandt Agave Club
, by Kelsey Brandt 1934 Cosmo
, by Kelsey Brandt All Gold Everything
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There’s an art to packing a good lunch box. It needs enough variety to keep it exciting, include the workhorse staples that ward off hanger strikes, and, of course, there must always be a little treat-yourself goodie.
Make sure the lunch box includes plenty of snacks to quench the mid-morning or late-afternoon stomach grumbles. Items like cheese straws, aside from being classically Southern, are easy to pack and won’t make a mess. Depending on your child's preferences, seasoned and flavored pretzels easily slide across the sweet-salty scale, depending on your child’s taste preferences. And for those with a sweet tooth, a little bite of afternoon chocolate never hurt anyone.