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Kids’ Lunchbox Ideas

Are you looking for new recipes to add to your little ones’ lunchbox menu? We’ve got you covered with these three super easy recipes that not only taste good, but stay fresh and delicious in your kiddo’s lunch box all day! They’re a great option for meal prepping lunches because they’re freezer-friendly and you can just pop them in the oven in the morning while getting ready for school or daycare.

Overhead image of a teal bento style lunchbox with turkey pinwheels in the largest comparment, a pepitas and raisin trail mix, carrot coins, blueberries, and cheerios in the smaller compartments.

You will need:

  • Large gluten-free (or regular) tortillas
  • Cream cheese
  • Cold-cut turkey
  • Roasted red peppers (come in a jar)
  • Fresh basil

How to make it:

  1. Lay the tortilla flat on a cutting board and spread a thick layer of cream cheese all the way to the edges. Chop and sprinkle basil across the tortilla.
  2. Add a layer of turkey slices to one side and a layer of roasted red peppers to the other side.
  3. Roll the tortilla tightly until the filling is tightly wrapped and the cream cheese holds the rollup together.
  4. Repeat with other tortillas and refrigerate until it is time to eat or pack your lunches. Then slice each tortilla into 8 equal pieces to form rolls and enjoy!

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You will need:

  • English cucumbers
  • Mayo
  • Sriracha or hot sauce
  • Wild caught canned tuna
  • Carrots
  • Red onion
  • Avocado

How to make it:

  1. Slice the cucumbers into thin, flat strips.
  2. Mix ¼ cup mayo and sriracha until combined. You can adjust your spice level to suit your preference.
  3. Mix your tuna, carrots, red onion, 2 tbsp of mayo, salt, and pepper. Mash it down.
  4. Lay the cucumber slices down and spread your mayo mixture.
  5. Place the tuna salad on top of the mayo and add some avocado on top.
  6. Starting from the top half, carefully roll the cucumber slices tightly.
  7. Enjoy!


This kid-friendly stuffed rice ball can be filled with anything from tuna to vegetables and is the perfect thing to fill your little one’s Bento Box!

You will need:

  • Japanese rice or sushi rice
  • Water
  • Salt
  • Roasted seaweed (nori) or Onigiri wrappers
  • Filling of your choice (can be tuna, roasted mushrooms, or leftover salmon bake)
  • Optional: sesame seeds and scallions as garnish

How to make it:

  1. Cook the rice. Use a mold (like this fun triangle one) or your hands to form a ball with the rice, and put some of your filling in the center.
  2. Wrap them in the seaweed wrapper and enjoy!

Trying new recipes is an excellent way to get your kids excited to open their lunchboxes and see what’s inside! We hope these recipes become lunchbox favorites for you and your little ones. Let us know which recipe you’ll be trying first by sending us a message on instagram or emailing us at!


- Sofia, from the GoBe Team

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