Kids can be extremely picky eaters. This is just a fact of life that every parent must come to accept. It’s very rare you find younger children who are willing to eat their green vegetables or really anything that has true nutritional value. I know I was a terrible eater when I was a young child, I had a really big problem with sweets. I used to not even like steak….who doesn’t like steak? Then I grew up and my taste buds started to evolve, I did eventually start laying off the sweets and definitely developed a taste for steak. For parents with young children however this time can seem like a long time off, fortunately though Lunchbox Dad is here to help. This man has come to the rescue of so many parents who are having trouble getting their younger children to eat healthy during the times when they are not together. It’s also a great way to let your kids know you care about them each day. Check out these awesome lunch creations that Lunchbox Dad has put together for his daughter. You can even find step by step directions on his website on how to make these awesome meals that pretty much double as art. These amazing kid lunches are incredible creations!
This Minions lunch comes complete with tools and all.
Anything that has to do with Star Wars, I can dig into.
This looks exactly like Kermit! This guy has a gift for making creative and yummy looking lunches.
What kid wouldn’t flip out over a Finding Nemo themed lunch. I’m a grown adult and may still freak out a little.
Where The Wild Things Are was one of my favorite books growing up.
This is apparently a book series I have never heard of. The lunch looks pretty dang good though.
Mike and Sully from Monsters Inc. make for great lunch time companions….until you eat them that is.
I personally would have preferred a Tyrannosaurus Rex, but I guess a Triceratops is good too.
I don’t know what little girl wouldn’t freak out of a My Little Pony lunch.
I would have flipped out as a kid if I would have gotten a Captain American lunch.
This is freaking awesome! I never envisioned Mario in the form of food before now.
Toy Story is a staple movie from my childhood. The second one was ok, but definitely not up to par with the first.
More Star Wars? Yes, please.
I actually just watched The Lego Movie for the first time the other day. It really wasn’t bad. I’m really digging the Lego utensils he got.
This is from the movie Inside Out.
I really liked the movie Big Hero 6. This lunch doesn’t look bad either.
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This dad is seriously thinking outside the box when it comes to putting his amazing kid lunches together. It must be really exciting for them to open up their lunch boxes everyday wondering what awesome food art they have waiting for them inside. The awesome thing is, all this information on how to prepare these amazing kid lunches are on his website.