How to Make a Cat Bento Lunch Box
Here’s how to make an easy cat bento lunch box using a sandwich, cheese and crackers
Cat and mouse come together to make a great lunch combo: a simple sandwich, cheese and crackers.
Antichoking warning: Remember to remove toothpicks and cut up blueberries, grapes, carrots and other food for children under 4. See our Antichoking guide for more information.
Stud the whole cat bento with carrot flowers to make it decorative. Serve with your kiddo's fave fruit for a punch of color.
You can make your kid's favorite sandwich and cut into a circle with a cookie cutter or using the rim of a drinking glass. Seal the sandwich to keep the filling tucked inside.
Turn the leftover bread corners into cat ears, layered with cheese. We've got a clever recipe for leftover breadcrusts, too.
Roll up string beans and a carrot stick with ham (or turkey) for a side of "sushi".