Never forget to include cutlery again! Not shown, this kit comes with a double-ended spoon/fork combo that fits perfectly inside. Skip Hop Lunch Kit, $9
Something about dip makes kids (and adults!) eat their veggies. Carrot and Celery and Dip Containers, $17
Your kid will be so surprised to see a circus in his lunch box, ideal for holding together wraps, rolls, and mini-kebobs.
Party Food Pic Cirque Du Snaque, $9.99
What hot soup doesn’t taste better in a little-devil thermos? Plus, the horns keep the serving cup steady so it won't dump or spill over. Stainless Steel Thermos, $14.99
Lunch suddenly just got more interesting (and addictive?). Game Box 2-Tier Bento Box, $15.99
Freak your kids out with this gross sandwich bag.
Lunch Bugs Sandwich Bags, $6
This is a great tool for making apple chips, apple pie or trick the kids with what looks like a whole apple (that will be like an accordion when they pick it up!)
Apple Slicer, Peeler, Corer, $12.99
A little bit of this and that look even better when placed in the cute cups, bento style. Silicone Cups, $3.75
Endless creative options with these fun shapes, and kids also love to “help” make lunch with these.
StarPack Vegetable Cutter Shapes, $5.95
Not just for waffles, toast a regular sandwich and wait for the praise from your kids.
Star Wars Death Star waffle maker, $39.99
Most kids can appreciate a sandwich in an interesting shape, and these cutters get the job done nicely.
Pottery Barn Kids sandwich cutters, $7.50
You (and they) will never look at a hard-boiled egg the same.
Egg molds (Rabbit & Bear), $3.50
So much better than a regular ole note in the lunch box. Food Talk Write-On Picks, $11.95