this week in bento boxes

I hope all my American readers are having a fabulous Thanksgiving weekend! Sorry for the lack of posting this week but I’ve been super busy preparing for some of my holiday posts and just busy with life in general. Now that the holidays are coming though, my posts are really going to pick up. I have sooooo many cute and fun things planned. This week in bento boxes is pretty standard. Nothing hard, just easy and cute. Here are some of my kids’ recent bento boxes:


This fun little snack bento was for Cam’s morning nutrition break. He had a silicone muffin cup filled with blueberries with an adorable elephant pick to add instant cuteness. The little bento also held a cereal bar and some mini pretzel twists.


This easy bento is packed in our goodbyn bynto and Kirsten had it for her afternoon nutrition break. The top section held a silicone muffin cup filled with sliced baby carrots and 3 fresh strawberries. The middle section held a silicone muffin cup filled with cubed marble cheese with a cute little mouse pick and some sliced cucumbers. Finally, the bottom section held some whole wheat crackers.


This was a really easy bento and Cam had it for his morning nutrition break. It was packed in our snack-size steeltainer which I love. One section held a fruit salad with sliced kiwi, blueberries and peeled orange segemnts. I added an adorable doggy pick for easy cuteness. The other section held a silicone muffin with a sliced granola bar and some mini pretzel twists.


Here’s a really fun bento that Kirsten had for her afternoon nutrition break and it was packed in her EasyLunchbox. The large section held a puzzle sandwich made with white and whole wheat bread. The second section held a silicone muffin cup with sliced baby carrots and the cutest little bunny pick. The last section held another silicone muffin cup with mini crackers and puzzle-shaped cheese. I used our lunch punch puzzle cutters to cut the puzzle pieces.


And finally, a cute little froggy bento for Kirsten’s morning nutrition break. I bought the froggy bento box off Ebay a few months back. One section held some fresh green grapes with a cute little frog pick. The other section held a silicone muffin cup with sliced granola bar and mini pretzel twists.

Here are the supplies I used to make these lunches:

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