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Bento Box Lunches and a NatureBox Give Away

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I’ve been trying hard this year to refocus our family on health and wellness. One thing we recently did that I’m so excited about is jumping on the bento box bandwagon. My kids have never been happier about making and eating their lunches!

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We bought these laptop lunchbox cases on Amazon, along with a few other little things to help make the lunches more fun and easier to pack, like this set of reusable cupcake liners and these adorable mini-forks (Evie’s obsessed with the panda one). I also have these tiny shape cutters that are fun for special days or when the girls want to spend extra time making their lunch.

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I love how easy it is to add variety to a lunch with these little boxes. The girls love to add a small handful of this and that, and I love that they’re now getting a better mix of fruits, veggies, grains and proteins. And they usually eat all of the small portions, which is more than I can say for our old lunch-packing methods!

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We’ve had our NatureBox subscription for a few months now and I love using these delicious snacks in our bento box lunches.

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It’s like Christmas when the NatureBox package comes each month. There’s not been one snack yet that my kids won’t devour! The carrot strawberry chews, the fancy dried figs and the PB&J granola go FAST at our house!

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I am trying to eat less gluten, so I love that you can select snack choices based on dietary needs on the NatureBox site. They have a really great selection of healthy (and seriously delicious) choices. No artificial colors, flavors or sweeteners ever with these snacks. Evie loves the figs and the blueberry almonds in her lunch as much as I do. (PS how adorable is the little sauce tub? We usually end up using it for hummus or a nut butter).

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My Claire is ALL about the dried pineapple and apples and loves all the sunflower seed and roasted chickpea options.

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NatureBox is a beloved sponsor and wants to share the love with you LGN readers. They are offering two six-month long subscriptions today! To enter, please browse the snack options page HERE and leave a comment on this post with the snacks that sound the very best to you! US readers only this time. Contest ends May 7 at midnight. Good luck!

Psst… Get 50% off your first month of NatureBox with the code LGN50 (so, only $9.95)! There are a couple of subscription sizes to choose from, and shipping is always free!

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585 thoughts on “Bento Box Lunches and a NatureBox Give Away

  1. What a great idea! Just browsing their site made me hungry for dozens of those snacks. My kids (and I) would be in heaven. I would love to try the dried peaches, blueberry almonds, figs, salted caramel pretzel pops… what's not to love?!

  2. First of all your post was sooo informative! My oldest will start Kindergarten this fall and I've already been dreading packing lunches each day. It looks so fun the way you do it. I'm so interested in Nature Box thanks for hosting this giveaway, all the snacks look delish, but I think I'd love the apple pie oat clusters mmmm!

  3. My kids have started to eat better lunches since I started using bento boxes! I would love to try some of these snacks for them and I think I would love the baked sweet potato fries!

  4. Love what you did there! Is it ok for a grown 28 year old woman to make bento boxes to take to lunch? :) I would go for Sriracha Cashews, Roasted Garlic Pumpkin Seeds, and French Toast Granola!

  5. I find it hard to limit myself to just a few– but would love to try the blueberry figgy bars, the cherry ganache granola, and the lone star snack mix.

    Fingers crossed!

    Thanks!

  6. I'd say dried peaches, blueberry almonds, dried figs, pbj granola. And in addition you've sold me on the bento box lunch boxes. I passed along the idea to my kid's Gigi and she will be getting her grandkids these for their birthdays before they go to kindergarten. Love your artistic pictures of your girls eating from the boxes. :)

  7. wow, lots to choose from. I liked everything labeled "lemon" as well as many of the snack sticks, flavored nuts and granola. I think the lemon tea biscuits look the best to me though, and maybe the salted caramel pretzel pops. yum.

  8. What doesn't sound the best?! I was able to narrow it down to four. :) -Dark Cocoa Almonds, Garden Tomato Crunchies, Mango Orange Fruit Chews, and Antioxidant Boost- Is anyone else hungry now?

  9. i have browsed their website MANY times and haven't ever bit the bullet to purchase anything because i simply cannot decide – SO many great options!!! at a quick glance, i'd love to try the antioxidant boost, peanut butter nom noms, and dried california peaches

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