Learn to Make the “On the Farm” Bento Box from Everyday Bento

by Wendy Copley on April 2, 2014

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!

This tutorial features a bento lunch filled with farm animals. I’ll teach you how to make an egg that looks like a little chicken, a cheese cow and a pig-shaped sandwich. Check it out:

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  • Rosy

    I struggle with lunch/snack ideas for my 4 year old. He is starting kindergarten in September and I am lost lol! He is a very picky eater

  • Danette

    My biggest challenge is keeping myself interested in packing new lunches everyday, especially this time of year. I think I’m ready for summer!

  • Shannon Holz

    I have always wanted a Planet Box – for my children as much as myself!

  • ameliasprout

    My biggest challenge is time. This summer, when I have to pack lunches again, I am going to enlist my seven year old to help make her own lunches. She LOVES making them cute.

  • Cheryl Barton

    so creative. I love it!

  • Miriam

    You make it look WAY too easy! Does the food stay in place when the kids takes it to school and carry it upright? My biggest challenge is packing a balanced meal for my girl. It’s hard to find a non-dairy protein that she will eat.

  • Christine Yoon-Taylor

    I’ve been in a lunch-packing rut lately and find myself packing the same ol’ stuff. I bet your book could help me w/ that! ;) It looks awesome! Congrats, Wendy!

  • Vinson700

    So cute!!

  • Tammy Steffens

    I think my biggest challenge is just not falling into a rut.

  • Jane

    My biggest challenge is finding stuff that my son won’t get bored of eating and not packing too much that he wastes food.

  • Kristi

    My son has food allergies so we pack every single day. Trying to keep things interesting is always a challenge.

  • kayla

    The biggest challenge I face when packing my toddler’s lunch is figuring out WHAT to pack, I know he has to get so bored with the same routine but I’m just stumped on how to give him a variety on a tight budget.

  • Jenny K

    Finding time!

  • Tina

    My biggest challenge is packing a lunch that is gluten and dairy free while making it fun and different each time. She gets tired of the same lunches.

  • danniel

    my biggest challenge is figuring out what to pack. I have a list with approximately 15-20 ideas yet i always stick with the same 5 lunches

  • Nicole Hulst

    Struggling to figure out what she’ll decide to eat. Seems to change from week to week! Maybe if everything was cute, she’d eat more of it.

  • Tanya Boren

    My son doesn’t like vegetables so it’s always hard to come up with new ideas.

  • Amanda H

    My biggest challenge is finding sides that are healthy & filling.

  • Katherine Donovan

    My biggest challenge packing lunches is packing something that is healthy and they will enjoy.

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  • bn100

    Packing things that stay cold

  • Angie

    My biggest challenge is finding something different to pack each day and doing so creatively. It is so easy to get in a lunch rut!

  • Josey Pharr

    My biggest issue is that my kiddo is a picky eater. One day she loves something, the next she hates it.

  • Amy Masterson

    I have a hard time finding foods that my son will eat. I figure if I keep offering it and keep trying he will eventually like more foods.

  • Jennifer

    My biggest challenge is sending things that I know will be eaten, and to minimize food waste. I hate it when lunch comes back mostly uneaten.

  • thefiveharts5

    My challenge is avoiding a rut, coming up with new things they will eat or interesting ways to present the old standbys.

  • Hana

    My biggest challenge is getting up early enough after a long night of homework

  • Casandra Peet

    Oh gosh, lunch packing is always a challenge! My girl is getting to that age where shes both picky about food and picky about her lunch bag. Yikes. Its a battle to make her sassy little self happy sometimes!:)

  • Jovi Uy

    The biggest challenge I get is trying to form things with your food. Especially intricate details that you need to perfect in order to look like the character. It also takes a loooot of your time lol but I really enjoy doing them because the end result makes you not want to eat your bento :P

  • gelfling

    Finding different things for them to eat so they keep trying new things

  • Aggy Maile Texeira

    Always love your lunches! I guess my biggest challenge is finding insolated bags that fit my bento boxes. I can’t seem to find any in my price range that are also nice looking for kids and that will hold them the right way up.

  • Eva Wade

    So cute! My biggest challenge is that I don’t plan out a lunch ahead of time or make one the night before. That leaves me rushing around. My oldest daughter is not picky at all and will eat anything that I pack, but I hate rushing around, and that leaves me with a disappointed child.

  • Heather McElyea

    These are so cute! My biggest challenge is finding new ideas for foods. I don’t want to become the pbj lady every day :-)

  • Girl In Crowd

    My biggest struggle is deciding what to pack every day. Honestly, I get a bit bored.

  • Lauren H

    packing for hubby

  • laura

    BIGGEST CHALLENGE: If i make them to cute my 4 year old won’t eat. love the picks. she is weird about eating charaters.

  • laura

    BIGGEST CHALLENGE: If i make them to cute my 4 year old won’t eat. love the picks. she is weird about eating charaters.

  • Andrew

    My challenge is finding the time and finding what stuff to make and buy.

  • Dra.

    My Biggest Lunchbox challenge is making sure that I have everything prepared and looking great. It’s a challenge because I don’t have time to pack my lunch. Sometimes I just have to buy the unhealthy take out/drive through stores and may I say, it is more than greasy, but I’m not complaining, I’m thankful that I get food to share and pack for my family.

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