8 super-creative kids' lunches

Who says a sandwich has to look like a sandwich? Check out these cute ideas that put a lot of fun into lunchtime.

By Kristy Woudstra
8 super-creative kids' lunches

8 super-creative kids' lunches

Get creative!

Keeping meals interesting isn't easy. But we found some bloggers who take the lunch basics and turn them into a whole lot of fun.

8 super-creative kids' lunchesPhoto: Robyn Mac/iStockphoto

Library day

Heading to the library? Why not give your kids a library-themed lunch?

Get the recipe here: Library Lunch

8 super-creative kids' lunchesPhoto: This Lunch Rox


Is it raining?

When you're stuck inside, everyone needs a reason to smile.

Gt the recipe here: Rainy Lunch

8 super-creative kids' lunchesPhoto: Meet the Dubiens

Spook-tacular lunch

Mummies aren't just for October 31. You can have fun with them all year-round with this lunch.

Get the recipe here: Spooky Lunch

8 super-creative kids' lunchesPhoto: Cute Food for Kids

Thoughts of spring

When the weather gets frightful, this lunch will remind everyone that sunnier days are ahead.

Get the recipe here: Butterfly Lunch

8 super-creative kids' lunchesPhoto: Sweet and Lovely Crafts


What a hoot!

This lunch is a perfect example of how we can introduce our kids to new foods (like edamame) by presenting them in a fun way.

Get the recipe here: Owl Lunch

8 super-creative kids' lunchesPhoto: Crouching mother, hidden toddler

Holiday countdown

Start thinking of the holidays with this tree truck.

Get the recipe here: Truck Lunch

8 super-creative kids' lunchesPhoto: Little Nummies

Monster face

Sometimes just how we pack our kids' lunches can make them more fun.

Get the recipe here: Monster Lunch

8 super-creative kids' lunchesPhoto: Bento Lunch


Hop to it

This isn't a full lunch, but we couldn't resist this adorable snack idea.

Get the recipe here: Frog Lunch

8 super-creative kids' lunchesPhoto: Clean & Scentsible

More fun lunches

6 fun lunch ideas> More ideas for exciting lunches.

8 super-creative kids' lunchesPhoto: Chuck Collier
This article was originally published on Nov 15, 2012

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