Looking for a great way to make sandwiches fun in your kid’s lunch box?? The Lunch Punch is a quick and easy way to change your child’s sandwich into something magical and fun! My daughter always enjoys finding one in her lunchbox. It can be a great way to celebrate a birthday, help a picky eater, or just make lunch fun.
Cute Ideas To Make Lunchbox Sandwiches Fun With The Lunch Punch
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Here are a few of the creative lunchboxes and cutters we have tried!
You can find The Lunch Punch here
The unicorn punch is one my kid’s favorite sandwich punches. I mean who really doesn’t want a unicorn sandwich in their lunchbox? This also works well for unicorn birthday parties to make fun party food.
The lunchbox featured in both the image and the video is one of our favorite, our purple Yumbox. Yumbox is pretty leakproof I’ve found, very sturdy and has a couple different size and color options. We’ve been using our Yumbox for over two years now and it’s still going strong.
The insulated lunchbox featured here is from target’s line of lunchboxes, which I find fit all three of our bento box style lunchboxes we use with no issues. The designs change every year, but the insulated design stays the same. Also handy they have a place for a water bottle, which I loved so my kid wasn’t losing her stainless steel water bottle.
2. Birthday Cake
We made it a Trolls themed lunch last year for my daughter’s birthday including a birthday cake sandwich! The troll ring and rainbow ring are both intended for cupcakes originally, and we added a few sprinkles to the yogurt to feel like a birthday.
We’ve made the birthday cake sandwich a family tradition, or when someone has something special and exciting happen in our family. The birthday cake punch also comes with an adorable cupcake punch too in the set.
3. Kitty Cat
The kitty cat punch was a huge hit for my little kitty fan! Super fast to throw together, and I think the little girl she is friends with wanted one too or so I heard around the backseat of the car. They often pretend to be kitties at recess after lunch, so I’m not entirely surprised!
The star-shaped silicone cup comes with this kitty set. Once I started using silicone cups in my daughter’s lunchboxes to hold food, I found I used them all the time and bought these rainbow silicone baking cups for her lunches. The simply balanced dried fruit strip is from Target and a dessert for my kid. I also like these fruit strips too, as the ingredients are even cleaner.
This lunch is packed in her purple Yumbox lunchbox, which also comes in a variety of colors. I like this lunchbox because it has room for an entire sandwich easily, while also fits plenty of food in the other compartments for my first grader.
4. Hearts And Rainbows
A little cheese quesadilla action going on for this hearts and rainbow lunch. I love how this rainbow punch makes little bite-size pieces, those I did use a knife a little to help as it doesn’t cut through a quesadilla as easily as it does a sandwich.
The punch has been changed a little bit since this version and you can find the new one here. The kabobs are Stix and were included with the punch set. I cute a few strawberry hearts and popped on the fruit.
For the cucumbers, I used our wavy veggie cutter, which is handy to cut all kinds of fruit and veggies. As my daughter gets older, it’s a tool I can let her use also as we begin to practice how to use a knife in the kitchen with kids.
Which lunch do you think your kid would like the most? You can find a lot of different punches from The Lunch Punch here such as mermaids, airplanes, hearts, a puzzle and more!
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