The kids are going to love this Banana Sushi Bento Box! It’s a fun way to make a quick and easy lunch with no cooking required, at all. Be sure to check out the rest of my Bento Lunch Ideas for Kids as well!
Enjoying a sush roll with faux sushi just adds to the fun of eating it! The kids literally ask for this banana wrap and crave it, and I call that a win! This sushi roll is perfect for a bento box and the lunch box, too. The next timat you want to pack something unique and yummy for your little one’s lunch, this is it!
Since you just need some peanut butter to be the star of the show, you can have fun adding in some other tasty side dish items. Fresh fruit and baby carrots are always a hit of ours.
You can also add in a pudding, some string cheese, Goldfish crackers or pretzels as well. The sky is really the limit on what you can use and add to the bento box.
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!
Complete Bento Lunch Box Supplies and Accessories For Kids – Sandwich Cutter and Bread Crust Remover – Mini Vegetable Fruit cookie cutters – Silicone Cup Dividers – Food Picks and FREE Lunch Notes6 Set Rice Ball Mold Sushi Mold Case Box Press Mold Nigiri Rolls Maker Press Bento Tool for DIY Kitchen ToolsBentgo® Kids Prints Leak-Proof, 5-Compartment Bento-Style Kids Lunch Box – Ideal Portion Sizes for Ages 3 to 7 – BPA-Free, Dishwasher Safe, Food-Safe Materials (Pink Dots)
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.
- Peanut butter
We may not have included all ingredients above, like pantry staples. So be sure to reference the entire recipe card below!
Can you use other nut butters besides peanut butter?
You sure can! Almond butter is great and cashew butter would be perfect, too! If you want to switch up the type of peanut butter used, switch it up.
It’s a simple and easy way to create a lunch that you can change up the flavor. You can make it using a different jam or jelly, too. Have fun and change up each and every roll!
Important Tips for this Bento Box Idea:
I would recommend making this fresh so that the jelly doesn’t make the tortilla soggy. You can also help to prevent that by putting a good layer of peanut butter between the jelly and the tortilla.
If you’re worried about the banana browning, you can add a little bit of lemon juice on top of the banana as well.
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- 1 tortilla
- 2 - 3 T peanut butter
- 1 - 2 T jelly
- 1 banana
Add the peanut butter to the tortilla.
Spread the jelly on top.
Put the banana on top, near the edge.
Tightly roll it into a log.
Slice into 4-6 pieces.
More Bento Lunch Ideas:
- Back to School Bento Lunch
- Chicken Nugget Bento Lunch
- Waffle sandwich bento lunch
- Camping Bento Lunch Idea