Tired of bland, boring lunches? It’s time to get creative and add a little bit flare to your lunchbox.

Get inspired by the lunch master himself, @schoollunchbox George Georievski, discover some delicious snack ideas and ‘Put a Lid on it’ with some funky and sustainable servingware. Read on for some serious lunchbox inspiration!

The Ultimate Lunchbox Fillers

Taronga Almonds

Taronga Almonds uses organically grown local ingredients wherever possible. Every batch almonds is carefully crafted in small quantities to guarantee the freshest and most seasonal flavours. Produced on the beautiful Fleurieu Peninsula, with its hot summers and mild wet winters, the region’s climate is very Mediterranean providing the ultimate growing conditions. A delicious and nutritious lunchbox filler that’s quality made!

Bendigo Brittle

Handmade in Bendigo and packed with quality ingredients, this Almond brittle is packed full of the good stuff, think healthy fats, fibre, protein, magnesium and vitamin E. It’s also a delicious treat for that afternoon slump. Just take a bite of this sweet, nutty, crunchy goodness and you’ll know exactly what we’re talking about.

Pop Me Fatale Popcorn

With over 15 years experience, the team at Pop Me Fatale sure know a thing or two about popcorn. The Melbourne based brand make fresh, high quality popcorn with a gourmet spin. Their eclectic offerings include sweet, savoury and specialty flavours such as sweet cheese, honey butter and even chocolate flavoured. Crafted from Queensland corn, it’s Non-GMO and palm oil free, making it the perfect anytime ‘grazing’ snack.

Macadamias Australia

It all started in 1958 on a humble patch of land in Bundaberg, today, 60 years on, the third generation has carried on the family legacy caring for the land and continuing to create a quality nut product. Packed full of flavour and fantastic health benefits, their macadamias are made with 97% Australian ingredients. They also boast a wide assortment of fun flavours, such as their iconic ‘Lemon Myrtle’ Macadamias. The nuts are dusted in a secret coating inspired by native Australian flavours giving them a uniquely zesty twist and a sweet peppery finish. Spice up your snack game with these bad boys today!

Little Green Kitchen

Handcrafted from treasured family recipes, Little Green Kitchen promises quality products made from real ingredients. Their products may have a shorter shelf life than that of most supermarket products but you can rest assured knowing you’re getting a quality product sans preservatives. Their most popular offering is a sweet caramel slice, made with a thin base, golden caramel topped with a layer of choc. These truly are the perfect pick-me-up and touch of joy for the mundane of your day-to day.


George Georgievski aka @schoollunchbox

Georgievski, best known for his online presence as the dad who make school lunchboxes fun, he’s also the author of Lunchbox Express, Air Fryer Express and Dinner Express. His innovative and creative approach has earned him the title of ‘most inspiring lunch creator in the world’ by American Express magazine, Departures. And don’t let the name fool you, his recipes are not just for school they’re perfect for spicing up your sad office lunch box too! Visit his Instagram @schoollunchbox for some fun and quick recipes that can be meal prepped ahead of your work week and will probably impress your colleagues too! Catch Mr School Lunch Box himself at the Australian Eggs Flip It Stage at the Sydney Good Food & Wine Show, where he’ll be cookin up an egg-inspired storm!


Put a Lid on It!

So you’ve got the perfect snacks and endless recipe inspo, now all you need is a stylish lunchbox to bring it all together. Introducing ‘Put a Lid on It’ – a Sydney based brand that’s all about sustainability. Their servingware is made from 100% FDA approved recyclable plastic and is great for platters and picnics, and also double as adorable lunchboxes. Freshen up your lunchbox came with these aesthetically pleasing bowls and containers, available in delicious flavors like papaya, pepper, guava, and mint.