Make your kid the coolest on the school canteen block
Lunch is so much more than just a meal, especially when you’re a kid at school. Step aside cheese sandwiches and a shiny red apple, it’s time to get arty.
Give your sandwich snails a home and whip up some shells with circles of cheddar cheese.
Who knew you could transform an egg into a rabbit lounging around on a bed of lettuce under the night sky (aka black rice)?
The easiest way to get a whole host of veggies into a lunchbox.
These ham and cheese owls even have us reassessing our office lunch. Willow (the daughter of blogger Kelly Polizzi) is one lucky girl, that’s all we’re saying.
You may write this off as the lunchbox of someone with way too much time on their hands, but it’s made by a lawyer so if she can do it …
Mummy blogger, Crouching Mother Hidden Toddler, takes packed lunches to the next level. A beautiful duck sarnie swims alongside fish biscuits, greenery and some fruit and veg.
A monster-shaped sandwich and chocolate Rice Krispies square? This is a child’s lunchbox dream. It might be ours too.
Sarnies don’t have to be boring. Take note from Susan Yuen and cut into the shape of your child’s favourite animal. Add a sprinkling of fruit and veg to top up their five-a-day, and edible bugs to keep with the outdoor theme.
Yes, you are looking at some edible geese sitting on a bed of basmati rice.