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Tuesday, August 27, 2013


DIY Lunchables and Elephant bento (2)

I have not made lunchables in a long time. Nikolai told me that he saw his classmate's lunchables the other day and wanted me to add a cookie or candy just like what he saw.
Frankly, I am not sure as I have not tried or really looked into lunchables in my whole life! I will have to go to the store later today and check them out. My lunchables inspirations are mostly from my bento friends.
I also made a simple elephant bento last week with our easy to use Lunchpunch.

                   Here is a DIY lunchables packed in our Ecolunchbox solo cube.

DIY Lunchables in Ecolunchbox, bento school lunches
In this lunchables:
  • Multigrain crackers, turkey slices and mild cheddar slices.
  • Edamame topped with a baran.
  • Organic red grapes and cotton candy grapes ( I am into them since I love cotton candy).
Elephant bento packed in our Ecolunchbox solo rectangle.

Elephant bento school lunches
In this bento lunch:
  • Elephant shaped sandwich with icing eye and raisin eyes for baby elephant. They are on top of veggie sticks.
  • Organic sweet red, yellow and orange bell pepper pieces.
  • Elephant shaped and stamped watermelon slices.
Here are the supplies that I used to make and pack these lunches.


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14 comments:

  1. The lunchables are so neatly packed! :)

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    1. Ming, thank you, they are very easy to make too! :-)

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  2. gosh....the elephant shaped and stamped watermelon so cute ^_^ Lovely lunch!

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    1. kw bentodiary, thank you for your kind comment,the cutters came to my rescue on a busy morning!:-)

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  3. Your lunchables look so cute and yummy!

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  4. Love the DIY lunchables and the watermelon elephants! Fun!

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  5. what do you do to keep the cheese from drying out?

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    1. Damaris, I packed the lunch in the morning and included an ice pack with his lunch in his insulated lunch bag.

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  6. What are cotton candy grapes, never heard of them?

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    1. Lisa, the grapes taste just like cotton candy and you can read more about them here: http://www.melissas.com/Products/Products/Cotton-Candy-Grapes.aspx OR you could google cotton candy grapes. They are really delicious if you love cotton candy:)

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