Who’s hungry, y’all?
We’re smitten over this bento box idea by our #safetyteam buddy Keeley McGuire. While her Fourth of July Bento Box pays tribute to the Liberty Bell, we can’t help but think it kind of looks like a ConsumerBell bell. Right?


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Her SunButter & jelly Liberty Bell sandwich I cut out with a bell shaped cookie cutter from my Christmas cutter collection. I used the remaining crust pieces from her Udi’s GF bread for rest of the bell. Topped with a slice of cheese that I drew on with my food safe markers ~ Had to add the crack detail. :)

The top two compartments are my “Stars & Stripes” ~
The stars are frozen yogurt: Blueberry, Strawberry, & Vanilla that I froze in a silicone star mold I bought from Target a few months ago. I had been waiting to use it for this. I have done these a few times before ~ see here ~ with other shapes. It’s perfect because they’re thawed by lunch time but still chilled and easy to eat.
The stripes are veggie straws: I only used the potato and tomato kind so they gave a “red & white stripe” effect like the flag.
Lunch is packed in our EasyLunchBoxes container.


Keeley has a ton of great ideas on her blog, though this one featuring a ConsumerBell-esque Liberty Bell might just be our fave.
Check out Keeley’s blog for more bento box ideas.