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Snaily Bento Box

Snaily Bento Box

So much excitement in one bento box! Parents can say, “I snailed it!” by recreating this fun lunchbox in just a few easy steps.

Recipe and photography courtesy of Sun-Maid.

Snaily Bento Box

Snaily Bento Box

So much excitement in one bento box! Parents can say, “I snailed it!” by recreating this fun lunchbox in just a few easy steps.

Yield: 1
Prep Time: 15 minutes
Total Time: 15 minutes

Ingredients

  • 1 large flour tortilla
  • 2 tablespoons peanut butter
  • 2 tablespoons Sun-Maid® Natural Raisins
  • 2 tablespoons Sun-Maid® Golden Raisins
  • 1/2 cup rice cereal
  • 3 Sun-Maid® Mediterranean Apricots
  • 3 Sun-Maid® Cape Cod Cranberries
  • 3 pretzel sticks

Instructions

  1. Lay tortilla on flat surface. Spread with peanut butter. Sprinkle with raisins, roll tightly and cut into 1-inch rounds.
  2. Fill large section of bento box with rice cereal.
  3. Unroll 1 tortilla round and add raisins to create eyes for the snail. Place onto rice cereal. Place remaining rounds in smaller section of bento box.
  4. Press apricots firmly between fingers to flatten slightly. Use small flower-shaped cookie cutter to cut into a flower. Insert pretzel stick into opening of apricot to create a stem. Attach cranberries to center with a drop of peanut butter.
  5. Fill third bento box section with your favorite Sun-Maid products or trail mix.

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Amber Gray

About the Author

Amber Gray

Amber is the new mom to a baby girl and navigating the world of diapers, first foods and very little sleep. She has been a part of the Produce for Kids team for 9 years, overseeing all digital marketing efforts including digital partnerships, content strategy, social media, website and email marketing. A passion for healthy cooking was instilled in her at a young age, cooking alongside her mom and sister in the kitchen. Her passion for cooking, food and photography has also brought her behind the lens to develop and photograph recipes for Produce for Kids and partners.

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