5 Healthy & Fun Snackboxes

5 Healthy & Fun Snackboxes

At the start of the school year, I was a bit intimidated by the need to pack a snack in addition to a lunchbox.  It took me a little bit of time to get in the groove, but now I think I’ve got it down.  Check out some fun and easy snackboxes I’ve packed:

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Simple.  Cheese cubes and grapes.  Arrange in a pattern and it looks great and is a nice little snack that is also very portable.

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Leftover sushi, apple slices, hard boiled egg.  Yes.  She brought leftover (cucumber) sushi to school.  She loved it!

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We made homemade apple sauce after going apple picking in the fall.  I included some in this Planetbox Shuttle, along with a bento scrap muffin and grapes.

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Cheese and crackers with applesauce.  Nuff Said.

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This cute and happy sandwich box was the perfect snackbox to hold some strawberries, a granola bar, and a cheese stick.

Easiest of all, I sometimes have my 1st grader pack her own snack!  This helps when I am in a rush and know I will over-complicate the process!  She loves helping and it can save me a few minutes.    What are your favorite snacks to pack for your kids?

 

 

About rachel.beard

I live in Bucks County, PA with my husband, two kids, and french bulldog. I work as a salesforce.com consultant full-time and in my spare time, I blog about bento lunches, parenting, fitness, and any random thing I am thinking of at rachelsrandom.com!

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