14 Music Bento Lunches

Music Lunches Collage

I did not start playing taking piano lessons until I was in the 4th grade. I remember thinking that my Mom should have put me in lessons much earlier. I thought that I was too old to start taking music lessons. But after I asked for lessons she did find a piano teacher for me and I took lessons through high school.

I made these lunches over the summer when I spent a lot of time with my niece and nephews. Many of these instrument and music themed lunches are very basic. I tried to include instruments that kids often study: piano, French horn, cello, voice, saxophone, guitar, trumpet, tuba, harp, violin, and drum.

Piano bento

Piano

My 15 year old niece made this piano out of nori (seaweed) for herself.

Container: EasyLunchBoxes

Top Left: Cherries

Bottom Left: Green beans

Right Side: Cooked Nishiki rice, nori, music picks

French Horn Sandwich Lunch

French Horn

My 12 year old nephew plays the French Horn so I made this lunch for him.

Container: EasyLunchBoxes

Top Left: Raspberries

Top Right: Pretzel Crisps

Bottom: Brazil nuts (in Mini Dipper), French Horn strawberry jam sandwich on wheat bread, green beans

Cello Lunch

Cello

I made this for my 12 year old niece. She plays the cello.

Container: EasyLunchBoxes

Left Side: Cello pita sandwich with nutella and food marker details, almonds and cashews

Top Right: Carrots

Bottom Right: Cherries

Voice Bento Lunch

Voice

I thought that voice would be a good addition to this collection so I made this lunch for myself (I am not a good singer).

Container: EasyLunchBoxes

Left Side: Broccoli, rice, cheese singer with food marker details, cheese notes

Top Right: Black beans with sauteed onions

Bottom Right: Plain Greek yogurt with blueberries

Saxophone Sandwich Lunch

Saxophone

I made this lunch for my 14 year old nephew.

Container: EasyLunchBoxes

Top Left: Green beans

Bottom Left: Blueberries

Right Side: Walnuts, Pretzel Crisps, Saxaphone strawberry jam sandwich on wheat bread

Guitar bento lunch

Guitar

I made this cheese mashed potatoes guitar lunch for my 12 year old nephew.

Container: EasyLunchBoxes

Left Side: Mashed potato and cheddar cheese guitar with black olive details, spinach leaves

Top Right: Blackberry yogurt with fruit flat musical note

Bottom Right: Green grapes

Trumpet Sandwich Lunch

Trumpet

I made this lunch for my 10 year old nephew.

Container: EasyLunchBoxes

Top: Trumpet strawberry jam sandwich on wheat bread, orange bell pepper, red bell pepper

Bottom Left: Bugles

Bottom Right: Blueberries

Beet Musical Notes Bento Lunch

Musical Notes

I love the combination of pasta, beets, and blue cheese but I don’t like my pasta to get pink. My LunchBots trio was the perfect box for this lunch I made for myself.

Container: LunchBots Trio

Top Left: Penne pasta with blue cheese

Top Right: Spinach leaves and musical note shaped beets (I used a cookie cutter)

Bottom: Pistachios

Tuba Sandwich Lunch

Tuba

My 15 year old niece plays the Tuba so I made this lunch for her.

Container: EasyLunchBoxes

Top Left: Peanuts

Bottom Left: Raspberries

Right Side: Tuba strawberry jam sandwich on wheat bread, salad

Harp Bento Lunch

Harp

This is supposed to be a harp. I packed it on a day that I packed food for my Mom and 12 year old niece to eat while they were out and about. They did not know what this was supposed to be. Their guesses were Hershey Kiss or heart.

Container: EasyLunchBoxes

Top Left: Cottage cheese with peaches

Bottom Left: Green grapes

Right Side: Harp Pita with nutella (food marker details), carrots

Violin sandwich lunch

Violin

I made this violin lunch for myself.

Container: EasyLunchBoxes

Top Left: Walnuts

Top Right: Pretzel Crisps

Bottom: Radish, strawberries, Violin peanut butter sandwich on wheat bread

Treble Clef Bento Lunch

Treble Clef

My niece designed and ate this lunch, we made it together. It represents the lines and spaces of the Treble Clef – Every Good Boy Deserves Fudge and Fantastic Americans Crave Enchiladas

Container: EasyLunchBoxes

Left Side: Enchiladas with black beans, sauteed onion, and cheddar cheese, salsa, Treble Clef on tortilla with food marker details, letter picks

Top Right: This is supposed to be fudge. I wanted to buy fudge but it was difficult to find this time of year. I quickly made fudge but the consistency is wrong so I guess my candy thermometer was wrong or I messed it up somehow.

Bottom Right: Cucumber boy with matchstick carrots

Bass Clef Bento Lunch

Bass Clef

My niece designed this lunch, we made it together (my 10 year old nephew drew the markings on the cow), and my 10 year old nephew ate this meal. It represents the Bass Clef – All Cows Eat Grass and Good Boys Do Fine Always

Container: EasyLunchBoxes

Left Side: Bass Clef cheese quesadilla, food marker lines, Bass Clef symbol flour tortilla with food marker details, letter picks

Top Right: Grass (snowpeas)

Bottom Right: Cow (cheddar cheese with food marker details), matchstick carrots

Drum Bento Lunch

Drum

This is supposed to be a drum. I gave this lunch to my 12 year old nephew.

Container: EasyLunchBoxes

Left Side: Onigiri (rice) drum with cheese details, matchstick carrots

Top Right: Walnuts

Bottom Right: Blueberries

Which musical instrument did you play or does your child play? Did I include it here?

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6 Responses to 14 Music Bento Lunches

  1. Katriel says:

    I love all of the lunches! You can tell a lot of thought and time went into them!

  2. Shirley Wong says:

    wow!!! amazing collection of bento!

  3. You are so creative, all of them are awesome, can’t decide which one I like better.

  4. bentodays says:

    Love them all! My favourite is the cello, it is so beautifully done! I grew up learning the piano and my, it’s been many years since I last played!

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