Superhero Bento Lunchbox Recipe
Superhero Bento Lunchbox Recipe #PowerYourLunchbox
- 1 whole wheat sandwich round
- 1 slice lowfat Cheddar cheese
- 1 slice low sodium turkey
- 4 cucumber slices
- 4 cherry tomatoes
- 1 slice pineapple cut into 8 pieces
- 8 blueberries
- 8 mini marshmallows
- 4 mini skewers
- Place sandwich in large section of bento box.
- Thread blueberry, marshmallow and pineapple onto skewers and place in one small section of bento box and cucumbers and tomatoes in other small section.
- Suggested Sides:
- Blueberry lemon-infused water in Define Bottle™
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Produce for Kids understands that making healthy lunchbox can be a challenge. With my picky eating son, it can definitely be a struggle to get him to eat those delicious carrots I pack in his box. But giving him those healthy options are so important for his learning, especially now in full time school!
That’s why you can take the Power Your Lunchbox Pledge to create delicious and healthy lunches for you and your family. When you sign up your family, you automatically donate $0.25 to DonorsChoose.org to fund health and wellness classroom projects around the country. Define Bottle™ will also donate 20% of each bottle sold during the pledge timeframe to DonorsChoose.org. That means we have the opportunity to make a big impact in classrooms this year across the U.S. Be sure to share your pledge with your family and friends so we can make a HUGE difference in our children’s schools! (BONUS, you also get exclusive coupons for your lunchbox items when you pledge!)
Produce for Kids wants to encourage you and your family to #PowerYourLunchbox with this weekly contest now through September 15th! Snap a pic of your healthy lunch and post via Twitter or Instagram with hashtag #PowerYourLunchbox for your chance to win. Weekly prizes include grocery store gift cards, bento boxes and more!
Looking for more healthy lunchbox inspiration? Head over to PowerYourLunchbox.com for recipes, lunchbox pictures and more! Don’t forget to Take the Pledge while you’re there too! Be sure to stay social via Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram too!
How are you Powering Your Lunchbox?
Disclosure ~ Post sponsored by Produce for Kids. I received a gift card and a prize pack in exchange for this posting. All opinions are my own, and as you can tell, I seriously love the idea of packing a healthy lunch while giving back to our community. Be sure to follow Raising Whasians for more reviews, giveaways and more.
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Carly from The Puzzled Palate says
This is just too cute! My daughter would love finding this in her lunch box!
Marina @ Mommy Snippets says
Looks like a cool box! How fun!
I really like this lunchbox idea. I’ll have to check out some Bento products for this school year. Thanks for sharing.
Janeane Davis says
It is so nice to use Bento boxes for lunch. When the food and packaging are engaging the kids are more likely to eat and enjoy it.
Debbie Denny says
Awesome lunch box. Looks good and healthy.
I love bento lunches. They are so creative and fun. I wanted to do it this year but haven’t started yet.
Amy @ Marvelous Mommy says
What a cute bento lunch box! I won’t be getting creative with lunches until my daughter starts kindergarten next year!
made lunches this morning. we power them with granola, water, apples all things healthy that we can!
Casey @ AMC Direct says
Thank you for the wonderful post about the Power Your Lunchbox campaign. We are so excited to be one of the supporters for this wonderful healthy eating pledge!
Stacie @ The Divine Miss Mommy says
That’s adorable. I just think Bento lunch boxes are the coolest.
What a fun contest. I love making something special out of Graham’s lunch.
Such a cool Lunch! Looks cool and healthy 🙂
I’m looking for ideas to charge our lunchboxes. The standard is a pb&j sandwich with assorted sides. I might try cut outs because that may encourage him to eat them.