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Tuesday, May 3, 2016


5 Lunches Packed In 10 Minutes Or Less

The end of the school year for us is approaching soon, well, not that soon, but time seems to be flying by way too fast lately. I think I've lost my bento making mojo along the way and all I've been packing are quick and easy lunches. I've a bunch of cute lunches which I've made and I'm planning to share those some other time or maybe next school year.

I want to share with y'all what I've been packing recently. Some are the lunches shown below and some are leftovers from dinner which are not pictured here. Packed lunches don't need to be perfect, and as long as Nikolai is healthy and happy, that's all that matters! All of these lunches were packed in our Easylunchboxes container.

Roll-Ups for lunch

In this bento lunch: Main compartment contains roll-ups in a large silicone cup and organic apple slices. Top left is an organic granola bar cut into half and top right are orange slices.

Cherry bread, nitrate free salami bento lunch

In this bento lunch: We had dinner at Bob Evans restaurant the other day and purchased their cherry bread which was delicious! Included a couple of slices in the main compartment with a baran sheet, alongside are nitrate free salami slices in a silicone cup and a Babybel cheese. Top left are some organic baby carrots with a cherry baran sheet, and top right are some strawberries.

English muffin bento lunch

In this bento lunch: Main compartment contains an English muffin with eyeglasses pick and half of a raisin for mouth, alongside is a cereal bar. Top left are organic baby carrots and ranch for dip in the small container, and top right are seedless green grapes in a silicone cup.

Mini pancakes, sausages, breakfast for lunch

In this breakfast for lunch: Main compartment contains mini pancakes and sausages from our freezer stash. Top left is a cereal bar cut into half, Annie's organic crackers and pure maple syrup in our leak proof mini-dipper. This lunch was sent warm in our Warm & Tote bag. He also had some fruits on the side which is not pictured.

Butterfly cut-out simple bento lunch

In this bento lunch: Main compartment contains a sandwich which I used a small butterfly cutter for the cut out and a string cheese on the bottom. Top left are watermelon cubes and top right and seedless organic grapes with a cute leaf pick.

5 Lunches Packed In 10 Minutes Or Less.

Here are the supplies that I used to create and pack these lunches.



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7 comments:

  1. They all look so yummy, so hungry looking at them before my bedtime.

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    1. Thanks Ming! I'm always hungry whenever I am online looking at foods,lol.

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  2. Hello, these are great ideas! I also make roll up sandwiches for my son. What kind of bread do you use?

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    1. Carolina, thank you for stopping by! I used Nature's Own whole wheat or honey wheat bread and also tortilla for roll-ups. Often times I roll the bread (slightly flatten) with a rolling pin before adding the cheese and meat. So glad to know that you also make roll-ups sammies for your son!:)

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  3. Rina, thanks for your answer. I love the idea of using regular bread. I use lavash bread but if don't use the whole bag fast enough, it goes bad. Thanks, again!

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  4. These look so yummy! I love the little butterfly cut-out you placed in the last photo too!

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    1. Thanks Jean! Glad to know that you like the cut-out.:)

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