The Week in Bentos: July 5-8, 2010

by Wendy Copley on July 11, 2010


No camp on Monday, so no snack to show.


Day Camp Snack #116: July 6, 2010

Wyatt headed off to pirate camp on Tuesday morning with this snack box tucked into his back pack. It had plum from the tree that hangs into our backyard and some pretzel sticks.

Augie was home from day care because he had a fever on Monday, so no bento box to show.


Toddler Bento #31: July 7, 2010

Augie’s lunch was almost entirely made up from leftovers from dinner on Tuesday night. There were steamed snap peas (from our garden! They’re the only thing that’s growing worth a darn this year.), pork tenderloin, rice and then some farmers market berries. Check out the size of those raspberries — they’re almost as big as the strawberries!

Day Camp Snack #117: July 7, 2010

Wyatt had some blueberries and sliced turkey wrapped around pretzel rods.


Day Camp Snack #118: July 8, 2010

Thursday’s snack was exactly the same as Wednesdays — just rearranged. Blueberries, pretzels and turkey.


Day Camp Snack #119: July 9, 2010

On Friday, Wyatt took the last of the strawberries along with a banana chocolate chip muffin.

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  • anitx

    Hi Wendy!

    Just wanted to give you a head's up- all images except for Thursday's snack are not working. I followed the link to your flickR account and they seem to be acting up there as well. Perhaps an error on their side?

    Snacks sound great! 🙂

  • Awww… These are some of the cutest bento box I have ever seen! And they look very healthy as well. Lucky Wyatt=)

  • Sue

    Your ideas are so fabulous! My son starts kindergarten in the Fall and your Website is surely to become my go-to spot for ideas and inspiration 🙂

    Since I'm new to this, can you tell me if Wednesday's lunch was meant to be eaten cold, at room temp or re-heated? I know I seem silly, but I had to ask. Thanks!

  • yu

    I am so excited to find your blog!! I grew up in Japan and had no idea (except PBJ) what to pack for my daughter who is starting preschool this Aug….I was told by fellow Japanese moms that kids don't like to have anything that represents the culture (like rice balls) at school. Your idea had opened my eyes for me!
    A little bit of Japanese style won't hurt, I can still pack cute and tease-free bentos for my girl! Thank you!

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