This All Star Bento Lunch Idea is a great way to make an easy and delicious lunch. The kids will absolutely love having fun and easy meals in their lunch boxes and in their school lunch. Be sure to check out my Bento Lunch Ideas for Kids! These bento box lunch ideas are the perfect way to meal prep and plan for the week!
When it comes to healthy bento options, you can easily pick up some options at the grocery store and whip up these tasty ideas. It’s a great option for a fast lunch that everyone is going to enjoy. Perfect for your little All-Star!
We are baseball fans so it just made sense to create an all-star Bento lunch box idea for your little baseball fan or star! I thought I would make an All Star Bento Lunch Idea that could easily be used for a quick school lunch or even a great snack idea to whip up to head to the ballpark and enjoy!
I think my boys will love this lunch idea, not only because sugar cookies are their favorite but because of the All Star theme. This was such an easy lunch to make, and I hope you enjoy it!
Bento Box Tools Needed:
In order to make all the exact pieces we used for this box, you will need the following Bento Box supplies. We have linked (affiliate links) to the tools on Amazon to help you understand exactly what they look like.
You can also find all of our favorite Bento Box resources here and a few of our best picks below!
Boxed Lunch Ingredients:
You can find a printable recipe with instructions and ingredients below, but I like to show the ingredients list with (affiliate) links to help you see what we used for this box.
We may not have included all ingredients above, like pantry staples. So be sure to reference the entire recipe card below!
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What other food ideas can you add to this baseball-themed bento box?
Here’s the deal – you can easily swap out or add in anything that you want! Crackerjacks would also be a super fun idea, as would nachos as well! Don’t forget that popcorn is a great baseball snack so why not think about adding in some of that, too?
Creating this new bento lunch recipe idea was very easy and I can see so many ways to use this lunch for my kids. I think they are going to love it!
Important Tips for this Bento Box Idea:
One key thing that I’ve learned over the years is that you have to tailor the foods to what the kids will eat. Why spend time creating an epic bento bunch lunch full of food that will ultimately go to waste.
While I give suggestions for food items to use, don’t be afraid to branch out and swap out for food items that they’ll eat. This is a great way to get them excited about their lunch and to eat as much of it as possible so it doesn’t have to be tossed out.
Themed food is what makes these bento box ideas so great – so if you can hit a “home run” with a theme that they’ll love, go for it!
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- Mini corndogs
- Sunflower seeds
- Step One – Cook the mini corndogs and add them to the bento box. Put some ketchup in a container that you can seal so it doesn't spill all over the place.
- Step Two – Add the seeds and peanuts to their own areas.
- Step Three – Don't forget to add in the pretzels for fun snacking!
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