I’m sneaking in one more Easter-themed week of bento boxes before Easter tomorrow. The kids are SOOO excited for the bunny to come tonight. They’ve been counting down the days for weeks. Today we’ll have a fun-filled day of dying Easter eggs and going for Easter dinner at my parents – yummy!!
First up is this fun bunny and carrot bento packed in an EasyLunchbox. The main compartment held 2 chicken sandwiches cut into carrot shapes with cheddar cheese and baby spinach leaves on top. The other compartments held a fun carrot-shaped Easter egg filled with sliced baby carrots, and a silicone muffin cup filled with cucumbers and a cute bunny pick!
Next up are these 2 adorable bento boxes that the kiddos had for their morning nutrition breaks. They are packed in our pico Lunchbots. One section held a cute silicone cup (bunny and chick) filled with blueberries and a sliced oatmeal bar. The other section held a flower silicone muffin cup with sliced kiwi and a cute pick and some orange slices.
This fun little bento was for the kiddos afternoon nutrition break. It is packed in our 4-square lock and lock box and I removed 2 of the boxes. The top section held 3 sandwich rolls with cheese on the inside and turkey bologna on the outside. I used a cute bunny sandwich roll cutter to make the bunnies. I used ketchup to dot on some cute cheeks. The other sections held a silicone muffin cup filled with mini pretzels and a silicone muffin cup with sliced baby carrots and a cute bunny pick.
This easy bunny bento was for Kirsten’s afternoon nutrition break and packed in our pink 2-tier bento box. The main compartment held a circle cut chicken sandwich with a cute piece of bunny baran and a silicone muffin cup with sliced baby carrots and a cute bunny pick. The upper tier held some sliced cucumbers and a mini bunny silicone cup with sliced cheesestring.
This was a really easy morning nutrition break bento for the kiddos packed in our steeltainer snack containers. One section held alternating slices of orange and green apple with cute bunny picks. The other section held a rectangle silicone muffin cup with sliced granola bar.
And lastly, an afternoon nutrition break bento packed in a Lunchbot duo. One section held a chickie-egg sandwich with chicken and cheese. I cut the top piece of the bread to look like an egg shell. The chickie had icing eyes and a carrot nose held on with cream cheese and I added a couple pieces of silicone flowers for decoration. The other section held flower silicone muffin cups filled with blackberries and sliced baby carrots and used 2 Easter egg ring picke for decoration.
Here are the supplies I used to make these lunches: