10 Lego Bento Lunches

10 Lego Bento Lunches Collage

Since I have several nephews who love building with Legos, I often receive requests for Lego themed meals. Here are 10 ideas for fun Lego shaped food.

Lego Lunch

This was previously published here. Depending on how cold you keep the lunch and how long before it is eaten, the yogurt bricks will lose part of their shape.

Container: ECO Lunchboxes

Bread: I baked french bread dough in a building blocks silicone mold. For more information, see this post.

Cheese: Cheddar cheese

Fruit: Raspberries

Vegetable: Carrot

Yogurt: Strawberry and Blackberry yogurt enhanced with a little bit of food coloring. I froze the yogurt in a building bricks silicone mold. For more information, see this post.

Lego Mashed Potato bento

I made this mashed potato Lego brick lunch for myself since I wanted to try something different with fun Lego food.

Container: Book Bento Box

Contents: Broccoli, Lego brick – Cheddar cheese mashed potatoes cooled in the refrigerator then shaped by hand with small round details on top, strawberries, blueberries, homemade Lego picks

Lego Rice for Lunch

This lunch was previously published here as part of a Lego Day I hosted at my house.

Container: EasyLunchBoxes

Top Left: Peaches with homemade Lego picks

Bottom Left: Pistachios with Lego bricks drawn with food safe marker

Right Side: Rice Lego bricks – cooked Nishiki rice with salsa, tomato circles on top (mix some salsa into hot cooked rice, line mini loaf pans with plastic wrap, add salsa rice to lined loaf pan, cover rice with plastic wrap, press down, take out of mini loaf pan), spinach


This is my first Lego lunch I ever made. My nephew put together a few bricks to go with it.

Container: Ziplock

Top Left: Blackberry yogurt: I dyed some bricks blue and kept some natural. I froze the yogurt in a building bricks silicone mold. Inspiration was from Veggie-Bento via a guest post on Bentoriffic.

Bottom Left: Watermelon – I used a large pastry bag tip to make the Lego dots.

Right Side: Cheddar cheese – I used a small pastry bag tip to make the Lego dots. Bread – I baked drop biscuit dough and french bread dough in a building blocks silicone mold. I used both types to see which one turned out better. The drop biscuit dough resulted in holes instead of bumps. The french bread dough resulted in a few bumps and a few holes. The drop biscuit dough was more consistent. Lego Man with Shield – I froze chocolate in a mini Lego figure ice cube tray, I cut a shield from a Wegmans Fruit Flat. I decorated the shield with a sprinkle leaf. I used melted chocolate to attach the shield to the Lego man.

Lego Sandwich Lunch

This colorful and easy Lego lunch was made for a nephew.

Container: LunchBots Trio

Top Left: Peanut butter sandwiches on wheat bread, the small rounds on top were made with a large pastry tip

Top Right: Pineapple, strawberries, blueberries with homemade Lego picks

Bottom: Cauliflower, broccoli, baby carrots, ranch dip in Lego container


My nephew enjoyed creating a Lego ship to go along with this meal.

Container: EasyLunchBoxes

Top Left: Cannon Balls – black olives

Bottom Left: Lego Bricks – hummus with carrots

Right Side: Pirate Ship – cheese quesadilla, chocolate Lego man, fruit flat pirate hat with sprinkles details, blueberries

Lego Minifigure Head Lunch

This mini-figure themed lunch was previously published here. It was part of a Lego Day I hosted at my house.

Container: EasyLunchBoxes

Top Left: Strawberries with a homemade Lego pick

Bottom Left: Green pepper Lego brick

Right Side: Lego Mini-figure Head cheese quesadilla with food marker details, Trader Joe’s Caramel Popcorn

Lego Cheese and Bricks Lunch

This Lego lunch featuring cheese and homemade brick crackers was previously published here.

Container: EasyLunchBoxes

Bricks: Pepper Jack Cheese and homemade crackers with cheese and carrots (recipe is from Baking Makes Things Better) I shaped them to look like Lego bricks. They were delicious!

Vegetable: Cucumber (I attached the small round pieces with spaghetti, it softens by lunch time)

Fruit: Kiwi with Lego picks

Homemade Lego shaped waffles

I made this for my waffle loving nephew. It was very easy to make!

Container: EasyLunchBoxes

Left Side: Waffles cut into Lego brick shapes with waffle details on top, Maple syrup in Lego sauce container

Top Right: Mandarin oranges, homemade Lego pick

Bottom Right: Broccoli, Ranch dip in Lego container, homemade Lego picks

Lego baked pancake melon lunch

My 11 year old nephew made this one. He worked on it for awhile to get it the way he wanted. The baked pancakes may look crumbly but they were delicious.

Container: LunchBots Trio

Top Left: Pancake batter baked in Lego brick Silicone molds, put on their side with round details

Top Right: Carrot, chocolate Lego mini-figures, Ranch dip in Lego container

Bottom: Cantaloupe with round details held on with small pieces of raw spaghetti (it will soften by lunch time)

I hope that you now have some ideas that you can use to make fun Lego food for someone in your life.

Here are some other Lego Food Ideas

becoming a Bentoholic – Another Bento Lunch

Bento School Lunches – Lego Lunch in a Lego Box

Dreams, Schemes, and Bento Themes – Lego My Lunch

Eats Amazing – Bento Lunch Ideas in the Lego Lunch Box

Glory’s Mischief – Lego Themed Kids School Lunch

JDaniel4’s Mom – Lunch Ideas with Lego

Lunchbox Dad – The Lego Movie Wyldstyle Bento Lunch

One Crafty Thing – Lego Bento

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6 Responses to 10 Lego Bento Lunches

  1. mtetar says:

    Looks soooo real. Blessings Always, Mtetar

  2. Dana says:

    Super adorable! I love the lego idea!

  3. mtetar says:

    You’re welcome always, Mtetar

  4. Bento Ninja says:

    Everything is Awesome in this post!! 🙂 Love them all!

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