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Waffle sandwich bento lunch

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Today we have a delicious Waffle Sandwich Bento Lunch idea that is full of my kids’ favorite ingredients!  This is a great way to make a twist on the normal peanut butter and jelly sandwich! 

This and the many other bento lunch ideas are to help keep variety in your kids’ lunch box each day.

Here at 3 Boys and a Dog, we have shared a ton of delicious Bento lunches like our All Star Lunch, Pizza Lunchable, and even a few back-to-school lunch ideas

These lunch ideas can not only be used for your kids’ school lunch but if you work outside the home they could work for you too!

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.

That’s right! Nothing real special needed for this bento lunch!

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.

  • Frozen Mini Waffles
  • Peanut Butter
  • Jelly
  • Banana
  • Pudding Cup
  • Cheese Stick

We may not have included all ingredients above, like pantry staples. So be sure to reference the entire recipe card below!

Instructions for this Bento Box Idea:

Making a Waffle Sandwich is simple and delicious! Here are the instructions!

  • Step One – Toast the mini waffles in the toaster
  • Step Two – Layer your peanut butter, cut banana, and jelly between them.
  • Step Three – Tear or cut the mini waffle sandiwch apart.

Did you make this recipe? We’d love it if you’d rate it below!

Waffle sandwich bento lunch

Waffle sandwich bento lunch

Prep Time: 10 minutes
Total Time: 10 minutes

Upgrade a regular pb&j sandwich by using miniature waffles and yummy bananas!

Ingredients

  • 2 mini waffle servings
  • 1 medium banana - cut
  • peanut butter
  • jelly
  • jello pack
  • cheese stick

Instructions

  1. Toast the mini waffles in the toaster
  2. Layer your peanut butter, cut banana, and jelly between them.
  3. Tear or cut the mini waffle sandwich apart.

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2yumme

Wednesday 12th of February 2014

Awesome recipe. I wish I could eat it, however, I am on a diet right now and it seems that the sandwich has too many calories for me =(

Elizabeth Carmody

Wednesday 9th of October 2013

I'm a little exercise machine but food is my downfall. I want to have a healthy diet (I already only eat whole grain bread, pastas, ect ect) but I also tend to binge eat on food I shouldn't.. . What kind of food do you keep around your house? What do you usually have for breakfast, lunch, and dinner? Do you have five meals a day instead?.

Bento Sam

Tuesday 13th of August 2013

Wow, I love peanut butter and waffles, this looks so yummy and so simple, thanks for posting!

Erin Luper

Friday 9th of August 2013

That looks delicious! I love waffles and have no idea why I never thought to make a sandwich out of them!

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