Making Toddler Lunch Fun With Bento Boxes

*Thank you to Stuck on You for providing us these adorable bento boxes. As always, all opinions are solely my own. This post contains affiliate links. Please read my disclosure for more information.

Who is with me when I say that making lunches is not fun? I have picky toddlers and they are so prone to wanting the same foods over and over again. I needed some serious lunch inspiration and found it in these Stuck On You  bento boxes!

Making Toddler Lunch Fun With Bento Boxes

If you are new to bento boxes, you’re in for some fun! A clever design- in a fully washable container- allows for multiple compartments to put in all of their favorite foods. You can have fun with your child as they discover new items to add in all the time!

I am so impressed by the different sizes of the compartments. There are spots for larger cut items and even a small one for dips, yogurts, or treats! Once filled up, the box is leak proof and locks shut tightly.

Making Toddler Lunch Fun With Bento Boxes

Even on non-school days, the girls have been using them ALL the time. They are not just for school! We have taken them to camp sites, the park, and even the neighbors house on a play date!

The lunch boxes come customizable. You can choose the color of the box, your child’s name (including font), and character or fresh food item to go on the front!

(How cute would these be for a birthday present or back-to-school gift?!)

Cleaning the boxes? Easy! The compartment fully comes out and the box can be hand washed or put into the dishwasher on the top rack. This beats using a ton of plastic baggies and wasted lunch bags! And added bonus- they are BPA and phthalate free.

I can’t wait to look up fun recipe ideas for these boxes. Mini sandwiches, chips and dips, fun cut fruit shapes….the possibilities are endless! Plus, I am hoping that this will encourage them to eat a balance of foods daily.

Making Toddler Lunch Fun With Bento Boxes Making Toddler Lunch Fun With Bento Boxes

The bento boxes come in large and mini size if you’re not sure what type of lunchbox you are looking for. You can also get a cooler bag to put the box into, which has a nice handle for traveling with. Complete your child’s day by including accessories like cute notes or stickers!

Have you seen these Stuck On You bento boxes yet?! They’re a must-have for a toddler and all of their snacking/lunch needs!


Making Toddler Lunch Fun With Bento Boxes

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