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:


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


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


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.


Cheese and crackers with applesauce.  Nuff Said.


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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