Pack Your Lunch!
So, what I did to make this process independent as possible, is to set up a little Lunch Making Station in the kitchen. I just cleared off a shelf for her and stocked it with a few supplies - lunchbox, reusable baggies, her special lunch foods, and utensils. For her protein (she really likes just plain turkey), we fill up 5 small tupperware containers on Sunday with just the right amount of turkey so she can just take them out and pop one in her lunch box each day.
Snack Attack! bags I designed for Sewing Camp and the yellow one is from Angry Chicken. I tried lining it, which made it too bulky, so I'd recommend staying with her instructions.
If you have kids at home, I encourage you to give this a try too. As a teacher, it's so frustrating to see kids be disappointed by their lunch or not eat. As a mom, it saves time and gives your child responsibility.