Happy Sunday everyone! I hope you’re having a great weekend. It’s a busy weekend here – dancing, swimming, crafts, fun foods, on top of the regular weekend chores. We brought the kids out to the Santa Claus parade last night though and they had a blast. They got lots of candy canes and even saw Santa! They were SOOOO excited. Anyway, here are some recent bento boxes that I’ve made for the kids.
This was a fun bento box that both the kids had for their afternoon nutrition break. It was held in one of our newest and most favourite boxes – our lego lunch boxes. I used our puzzle lunch punch and made a cute puzzle sandwich. The smaller inner lego container held a box of raisins. Then I had a silicone muffin cup with crackers and slices of puzzle cheese and 3 baby carrots.
This cute little bento was for Kirsten’s morning nutrition break and was packed in her steeltainer snack container. One section held a silicone muffin cup with a sliced granola bar and mini pretzel twists. The other section held flower-cut kiwi and dragon fruit, sprinkled with pomegranate. I used a cute froggy pick for easy decoration.
This fun bento was for Cam’s afternoon nutrition break and was packed in our goodbyn bynto. The top section held a stack of whole wheat crackers and a silicone muffin cup with cubed marble cheese and a cute lion pick. The middle section held 2 silicone muffin cup – one with sliced baby carrots and 1 with sliced cucumbers. The bottom section held some melon balls – watermelon, honeydew and cantaloupe.
Here is another steeltainer snack container bento for Kirsten’s morning nutrition break. One section held a silicone muffin cup with a sliced granola bar. The other section held 2 strawberries with cute bunny picks and a peeled and halved clementine orange.
And finally, this adorable froggy bento was for Cam’s afternoon nutrition break. One section held a circle-cut chicken sandwich with a piece of frog baran for easy decortion. The other section held a silicone muffin cup of sliced cucumbers and some sliced baby carrots.
Here are the supplies I used to make these lunches: