Here are the boys’ lunches from last week:

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Monday

4th Grader Bento #892

On Monday, Wyatt had a cereal bar, grapes, mini-meatballs, radishes, and pretzels. I also included a Lunchbox Love joke card with a note on the back (we had a bad morning).  This was packed in our Yumbox.

Preschooler Eyes Bento #625

I packed Augie’s lunch in our LunchBots Trio: a cereal bar, strawberries, grapes, tomatoes and mini-meatballs with eye picks stuck in them.

Tuesday

4th Grader April Fool Bento #893

Tuesday was April Fools, so I had to do something a little silly in Wyatt’s lunch. I mostly packed a normal lunch — bagels with cream cheese, radishes, pretzel and oranges, but I also included a little cup of plastic spider rings. This was all packed into a Laptop Lunches box.

aprilfoolI also played a little trick, by carefully cutting open a cereal bar, pulling it out, filling the wrapper with shredded carrots and taping it shut. This worked really well and Wyatt couldn’t stop talking about what a good joke it was. Score!

Preschooler Spiderman Bento #626

Augie was not interested in April Fool’s jokes, so I made him a Spiderman lunch instead. He had two Spiderman peanut butter and jelly sandwiches, grapes, clementine wedges, cucumber slices and pita chips. I also included a couple Spiderman rings for decoration. This was packed in my little house bento box.

Wednesday

4th Grader Bento #894

On Wednesday, I packed Wyatt a real cereal bar, bagels and cream cheese, radishes, strawberries and grapes. I put it all in an EasyLunchboxes container.

Preschooler Bento #627

I used an EasyLunchboxes container for Augie’s lunch too. He had strawberries, grapes, turkey spirals, hummus, pretzels, and cucumber slices.

Thursday

4th Grader Bento #895

On Thursday, the boys both took leftover pasta in thermal jars. Wyatt had a sidecar with a clementine and some pretzels.

Preschooler Bento #628

Augie’s sidecare had cucumbers, pretzels and a clementine.

Friday

Preschooler Kitty Star Bento #629

On Friday, I packed Augie a lunch in the PlanetBox: clementines, a half banana with his name written on it with food-safe marker, strawberries with leaf picks, grapes, cucumber slices, tomatoes made to look like cherries with more leaf picks, and a kitty star sandwich. The face on the sandwich was cut using the Cutezcute Animal Friends cutter.

This is my favorite lunch I’ve made in a really long time!

Wyatt had a school lunch.

We are off on spring break this week! See you in a few!


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Learn to Make a Farm Bento Box

Oink! Cluck! Moo! Today I have my final video tutorial showing you how to make the “On the Farm” bento box from Everyday Bento! It’s been fun sharing these videos with you over the past few weeks. I hope you’ve enjoyed them!

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The Week in Bentos: March 24-28, 2014

March 31, 2014

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Today I’m sharing the fourth tutorial in my Everyday Bento video series! The video below demonstrates how to make the Dinosaur Bento Box from the book and it’s truly quick and easy to put together. I’ll show you how two easy details — a fancy dino sandwich and a spotted egg — can elevate a […]

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March 24, 2014

Last week was fun for bento boxes! Monday was St. Patrick’s day and I got some new bento goodies, so I had fun playing with those, too! Here’s what the boys had in their lunches: This post contains affiliate links. Monday First up is this St. Patrick’s day lunch for Augie! He had rainbow veggies […]

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