Bento boxes are a great way to break out of the traditional sandwich and chips school lunchbox meal. Bento is a single-portion meal common in Japanese cuisine and traditionally consists of rice, meat, and vegetables, packed in a box-shaped container. It’s a great way to control portion sizes and make your child’s lunch a bit more exciting. For this bento inspired lunch we started by creating a well-balanced lunch any picky-eater would gobble up, including crackers, oven roasted turkey, cheddar cheese squares, blueberries, carrots, edamame and a granola bar. Of course, the combination possibilities are endless. Looking for other bento inspired lunches for your children, check out our Pinterest page: Pinterest.com.