The compartment organization of these bento style lunch boxes really helps to inspire a more interesting lunch for kids and in my experience anything they find fun they are more likely to eat. Even if your food stocks feel low they’re surprisingly easy to fill as you can make use of all your leftovers, fridge and store cupboard items - the idea is to offer a little bit of everything. We’re all homeschooling at the moment but I’m still trying to pack our bento lunches the night before - it helps add some routine and normality to our day and means I don’t have to stress about making lunch after a long morning.
The Yumbox is literally such an easy way to pack a lunch. It comes with four or six compartments to fill with things your kid loves. Two or three might be leftovers from last night, some fruit, a yogurt or string cheese, maybe a sweet treat—little servings of each for fun and easy variety. Plus, these are super durable and last a while—we had our last one for years and only got a new one because my daughter fell in love with a new pattern. They are made from BPA- and Phthalate-free, food-safe plastic. The lid is lined with molded silicone that engages with the inner tray to seal all the food wells individually so contents won't touch or leak outside the box.
My daughter just started Kindergarten. She's really picky so I wanted to make lunch really fun. I love this bento box. I can give her a colorful healthy lunch using each compartment and include a variety of things that look enticing in this adorable box. I got a freezer bag to keep it in so it's fresh until lunch time.