A Week of Bento Box Lunch Ideas for Back to School

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Bento Box Lunch: Day 1

  • Almond butter and honey sandwich
  • Vanilla yogurt with sunflower seeds
  • Sliced Pear
  • Berries

Using a cookie cutter, press a fun shape into 2 slices of whole wheat bread. Spread almond butter on 1 slice of bread and honey on the other, then press together. In a small container, add plain or vanilla yogurt and top with unsalted sunflower seeds. Slice a pear in half and then into quarters to dip into the yogurt or eat plain. Using recyclable or reusable cupcake liners, place some fresh berries inside.

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Bento Box Lunch: Day 2

  • Spinach and cheese sandwich (meat optional)
  • Cinnamon applesauce
  • Nuts, cranberries, raisins

Using a cookie cutter, cut through 2 slices of whole wheat bread and add spinach, cheese, and if you’d like turkey, chicken, or ham. You can use a container to add applesauce or use an individual pack. Be sure to have your child bring home the container if they do not recycle at his school. Using a reusable container or recycled cupcake liners, add nuts and fruit.

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Bento Box Lunch: Day 3

  • Ham and cheese whole wheat crackers (or swap in a veggie alternative and/or soy cheese)
  • Carrots
  • Grapes
  • Kiwi
  • Blueberries

This is a very easy bento box! Take a cracker and put ham and cheese between and add a bottom cracker, continue until you have 4. If you’re a vegetarian or vegan, try Yves soy-based deli slices or Tofurkey slices instead. In case their juice drains, use reusable containers or recycled cupcake liners for your fruit. Then cut a carrot in half and place in box.

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4 Responses to “A Week of Bento Box Lunch Ideas for Back to School”

  1. Halla Ing says:

    very nice!

  2. TWeb says:

    Where can I find the stainless steel lunch container shown in the pictures above? I checked planet box and bento box to no avail. The one in the picture is PERFECT. Any help would be greatly appreciated.

  3. One is from EcoLunchboxes and the other is made by LunchBots

  4. FouFolle says:

    You can also save any soy sauce containers you get from take out meals and use those in your lunch boxes to serve veggie dips and other wet things, they come home, get washed, ready to go again.

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