So excited to have Lindsey, one of my oldest blogging buds, sharing some super creative ideas with you today! If you have been wanting to try bento, here’s a round up to get you started!
When my daughter started preschool this year, I started fretting over what to send her for lunch! She’s a semi-picky eater that would seriously eat a PB&J sandwich everyday. I didn’t want to be that Mom to the teacher, so I knew I was going to need to get creative. I had a few glimpses of the bento craze that seemed to hit instagram all at once and a lightbulb went off – I could do that! Then, I search Pinterest – fail. There are some crazy, creative Toddler Bento Lunch Ideas on Pinterest, let me tell you!
But instead of quitting before I even started, I searched for a bit easier-to-handle toddler bento lunch ideas! I’ve even compiled a few of my favorites that I found in this post, along with some that I’ve made myself. When, you’re looking for creative ways to get your child to eat – at home, at school, on a field trip – try a bento box for a new lunch inspiration!
Holiday Inspired Ideas
We’re coming up on Halloween and Christmas and there are a ton of fun ways that you can get creative with abento box for the Holidays.
This Spooky Haunted House Bento came from BentoLunch.net
Find even more great Halloween Bento Ideas in this post from the Following in My Shoes blog.
Check out this cute Christmas-inspired Bentobox.
How about this cute Birthday-inspired Bento from Chaos and Confections?!
Skip the Sandwich Ideas
It’s so easy to get stuck on the sandwich train when packing lunches for your kiddos. There are a ton of lunch and snack sammie-less options out there. Check out some of these cute boxes!
SewFatty packed this adorable lunch of Ants on a Log, Cucumber Slices, Grapes, and Fruit Bars.
source – So Easy Being Green
This colorful lunch is one that I made my daughter for a lunch at home. You’ll find that by making lunches more colorful and fun, your kiddos will eat foods they normally turn their noses up at!
Just Plain Cute Toddler Bento Lunch Ideas
source – Marine Parents
source – According to Jenny
For even more Creative Toddler Bento Lunch Ideas, follow the #BittyBentos Pinterest Board!
Lindsey Galvez is the green Mommy blogger behind So Easy Being Green. After realizing that small steps make a BIG impact, she’s set out on a journey to make her family a little more eco-friendly every day. SEBG is a resource for parents who want to make small changes that will make a big impact on their path to a green-er life.
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