Happy Sunday everyone! I hope everyone is having an excellent weekend. I had a pretty simple week making bento boxes, so I decided to post some from my unposted archives this week. I make so many bento boxes that so many of them don’t get posted. I thought these ones were pretty cute and deserved to be seen!
First up is a fun monster bento for Cam’s afternoon nutrition break packed in a Trudeau Fuel Everest sandwich box. He had a circle cut ham sandwich with a cute piece of monster baran on top. There were 2 strawberries with cute leaf picks, a silicone muffin cup with matchstick carrots, mini pretzel twists and my favourite store-bought cookies for dessert. Yum!
Kirsten had a matching bento to Cam’s above, but she had a cute piece of hello kitty baran on her sandwich and some cute bow picks in her strawberries!
This cute little bento was for Kirsten’s afternoon nutrition break and packed in a pink two-tier bento box. The bottom tier held a stack of whole wheat crackers, some cubed marble cheese and some pieces of chicken lunchmeat held together with cute bento picks. The top tier held sliced cucumbers and whole strawberries.
This cute little snack bento was for Cam’s morning nutrition break. He had a silicone muffin cup filled with sliced pineapple and a cute giraffe pick, a granola bar and some mini pretzel twists. So simple, but cute!
This fun little two-tier green bento box was for Cam’s afternoon nutrition break. The bottom tier held a stack of whole wheat crackers with a cute car cut out of marble cheese. He also had some lunch-meat roll-ups. The top tier held a silicone muffin cup with marble cheese cut cars (resting on some spinach leaves for colour), and some traffic light fruit and veggies – tomatoes, pineapple and cucumber.
And finally, a cute morning snack bento for Cam’s morning nutrition break packed in our blue steeltainer snack container. The steeltainer held a rectangle silicone muffin cup with a sliced granola bar, and some green grapes and blueberries with a cute elephant pick.
Here are the supplies I used to make these lunches: