She even includes an encouraging note with these masterworks. As if the bento art wasn’t inspiring enough.
If you’d like to get your kids addicted to lunch, consider whipping up a batch of Puzzle Potatoes. Designed to resemble Tetris blocks — youngsters can build up their lunch wall, hoping that the straight piece arrives soon.
So, pass the ketchup, and then spend the rest of lunch explaining to the kids how you used to play Tetris for 18-hours at a time.
Brought to us by Alex Feliciano, after being asked by his wife to simply write his kids’ names on their lunchbox banana, took it a few steps further. And, without puncturing the skin, the bananas won’t be a brown squishy mess by lunchtime. Nice work, dad.
Having trouble getting the kids to eat a healthy lunch? Perhaps you’re not making their lunchboxes adorable enough.
San Francisco-based father and blogger Beau Coffron, a.k.a. Lunchbox Dad, creates cute pop culture-inspired lunches every week for his two kids.
Compartmentalized, bento-style, his kids are treated to anything from a few banana minions to Captain America’s shield. Most would have trouble digging into Kermit’s head, but as long as the kids are eating healthy.
To help put a spin and some crunchiness on a grilled cheese sandwich, Serious Eats has come up with the Cheerios Coated Grilled Cheese Sandwich.
It’s simple… Just adhere some Cheerios cereal to toast, using some melted cheese as glue. Then go about your standard grilled cheese preparation, and breakfast and/or lunch is served.