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Making healthy kids' lunches

Sag Harbor writer Lauren Chattman's recipe for pimiento

Sag Harbor writer Lauren Chattman's recipe for pimiento cheese dip (made with low-fat mayonnaise) with celery sticks and whole grain pretzels is a healthy alternative for a school lunch or snack. (Aug. 7, 2011) Credit: Doug Young

Can we talk about  lunch? For many parents, this week marks a return to making kids' lunches after a few months'  vacation.

For those of you who want to break out of a sandwich rut, see columnist Lauren Chattman's  piece on healthy dips. And for those of you whose children like the sandwich rut just fine, take a look at this guide to making healthy sandwiches.

Photo: Pimento cheese dip with celery sticks and whole grain pretzels 

 

 

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