This one I call "Thank heaven for little girls." That was Kirsten's dance recital routine last year and she still loves it. She got half a sandwich with an adorable little girl on top. I made the little girl using some small bento cutters and used ham, cheddar cheese, mozza cheese and food safe markers. Isn't she cute? She really didn't take that long to make because of the small cookie cutters. It's too easy. She also had a container of baby carrots and a container of cherry tomatoes.
Baa Baa white sheep, have you any wool? This was a really fun bento to make. Kirsten got half a sandwich with an adorable little sheep on top. I made the sheep using mozza cheese, fruit leather and icing eyes. I used a flower cutter for the sheep's body and other small bento cutters for the other details. She also got a container of sliced strawberries with a little sheep pick and a container of baby carrots.
I am lion, hear me roar. This was a really fun bento for her afternoon nutrition break. She had half a turkey bologna sandwich with a cute little lion face on top. The lion face was made using a whole wheat tortilla, food safe markers and matchstick carrots. She also had a container of sliced pears with a lion pick and a container of crinkle cut cucumbers.
This was a really simple bento for her morning nutrition break. She got a double serving of fruit salad with a cute little pick, a cereal bar, and some yogurt with red sprinkles. I always wrap the yogurt in tinfoil before I pack it in her lunch bag.
And finally, another super easy morning nutrition break bento. She got a frozen strawberry smoothie (defrosted by her break), a container of goldfish chocolate grahams, and a container of sliced strawberries with a cute pick.
Here are some of the supplies I used to make these lunches: