youngest DS gets organic milk, or 100% apple juice, he also gets a cup of fruit, or a piece of fruit, or a PB&J oh whole wheat, a gogurt, or a pudding, and a protein bar. We also have an array of crackers, and health bars, occassionally, ill buy cookies as a treat, but thats rare. How I switch it up, is the only thing that is the same in a weeks time is the drink.
I try to change them up from just sandwiches. So I will do peeled hard-boiled eggs, bagels with cream cheese and jam, yogurt parfaits, ham and cheese cubes, soft pretzel and soup. Sides are always veggies and fruit, sometimes I plop peanut butter in the bottom of a cup and stick celery sticks on top for dipping, or hummus with carrots, I may add rice cakes, trail mix, string cheese, cottage cheese, or whatever else I have on hand.
today my daughter had a left over mini-pizza made from a gluten-free english muffin. A home-made gluten-free granola bar made with gluten-free banana oatmeal, flaxseed, dried tart cherries, yogurt covered raisin, coconut oil, cinnamon, a sprinkle of coconut, and some chocolate chips. An apple-juice box, and a cup of dole mandarin oranges in white grape-juice! i am sure she will be pleased!
Mine don't take a lunch everyday anymore...so it doesn't need to be switched up often. When ds1 took lunch everyday, he liked it when I sent him with a bowl, spoon, and a baggie of cereal. He'd buy a milk and then have a bowl of cereal plus whatever fruit I sent in there.