I don't know about other children but mine are not interested in eating at school. I've tried really hard to come up with brilliant lunch time snacks but apparently eating interferes with play time so they need something that is really quick to eat. That used to be wholemeal bread with nutella until a new child with a nut allergy started in Julian's class and now he can no longer take that. I've come up with 100's of suggestions, I've been given 100's of suggestion but finally I've given up. He now takes a muffin for recess and a salada with butter for lunch. That's all he will eat - anything else and it comes back with him after school. This stressed me a little and then I figured, he has a healthy breakfast and I give him healthy snacks after school and then he has a good dinner - that will have to suffice.
This is today's healthy snack. It's what we call the Froozie. It's a cross between a Freezie and a smoothie. I generally put in any fruit that seems good that I have on hand. Today's is made up of pineapple (frozen), raspberries (frozen), orange (sweet and juicy), and mango juice. Blend it all up until it's smoooooooth. Because of the frozen fruit, it's really very cold but it tastes like a little bit of summer and it goes down a treat.