An Aussie mum has shared the game-changing trick she pulls to get her children to eat everything in their lunchbox - but be warned, it does take a little extra organisation.
Posting in the 'Healthy Mummy' Facebook group, Amelia revealed she spends one afternoon a week washing, cutting and peeling different fruits, vegetables and eggs.
Then, according to some impressive photos of her fridge, she fills it with Tupperware containers of cucumber, baby tomatoes, oranges, celery, hard-boiled eggs, grapes, strawberries, salad leaves, nectarines and cauliflower.
Her children then just select a few of each to put together a platter-style lunchbox each day.
In a photo of one of Amelia's kids' lunchboxes for that particular day, the child had filled it with hard-boiled eggs, a nectarine, strawberries, cucumber and a miniature packet of crackers.
Amelia said her children "loved the whole experience" and end up eating everything in their lunch, as they've chosen it themselves.
Parents also praised the genius move, as once the hard work is done, it takes the pressure off having to pack a lunch every day.
"OMG I am so doing this, super organised, it stays fresher and easy to grab," one person commented.
"It saves uneaten food and teaches them the independence of packing their own meal," added another.
It's not the first lunchbox post to make headlines. Earlier this year another mum's lunchbox post went viral, as she showed the reality of her kids' school lunchboxes on days where she's "too busy and too tired".
Posting on Facebook, the woman said that sometimes she fills her children's packed lunch with "plastic and pre-packaged snacks - complete with cash for a lunch order".
"This is for all the mummas out there who see these posts of amazing, creative and balanced lunches, but are too busy, too tired or too broke to do the same," she wrote on Facebook.
"We all have these days! You know what, my child is fed and at the end of the day, fed is best."