Check out the next giveaway donated by the business Little Bento World!

Go into the draw to win the robot sandwich cutter with stamp, eye food picks and Shikiri bento lunchbox. Postage up to the cost of $12.00 is also included to one Australian address as well. There is going to be one very lucky winner!!

This is a game of skill; the most interesting/creative answer will be chosen by my team at the Lunchbox Ideas For Kids Blog.

All you have to do is answer the following question in the comments section and follow the terms and conditions.

What is the one lunchbox food your kids can’t live without having each week?

***This giveaway closes 7pm AEST Thursday 12th February 2015 and the winners will be contacted via email only and so you must ensure you provide your name and a valid email address. The winners have 48 hours to respond to the winning email or the prize will be redrawn. Entries who do not provide an email address will not be valid entries. Open to Australian residents only and the judges decision is final.

***Having trouble entering on your mobile device? Click on the title of the blog post then scroll down to the bottom of the page, click ‘View web version’, then scroll down to the bottom of the page again and click on ‘Post a comment’, then type your answer in the comment box. Good luck! :)***

Don’t forget to check out www.littlebentoworld.com and their great products and to share this wonderful giveaway with your friends and family so they can enter this giveaway as well.

This giveaway is in no way sponsored, endorsed or administered by, or associated with, Facebook.

Get creative everyone, I look forward to reading your entries and thank you once again Little Bento World for this amazing giveaway!

From Anita πŸ™‚

73 thoughts on “***LITTLE BENTO WORLD GIVEAWAY***”

  1. My gorgeous little bub was fed by tube for 10 months, she is now tube free and eating and every mouthful that she eats makes me beam from ear to ear πŸ™‚
    Her favourite is avocado and we have to be creative to keep her interested so we

    Mash it, crush it, use dippers to dip it, and cut into shapes,
    Sultanas for eyes, cheese stick nose, strawberry mouth makes a face!
    Marching Avocado soldier people with hats made of cheese,
    Avocado served creatively makes her say ‘More please!’


  2. My 13 month old son loves cheese. Cheese slices, cheese cubes, cheese strings, you give it to him in any form and he will gobble it up. He also loves vegetables. If I make him pasta, he will pick and eat the vegetables, and leave the pasta behind. In his day care lunchbox, he has one serving of fruit, One main, one snack, cheese and yoghurt everyday


  3. Boiled egg (no yolk). 2 a day – plain, on a sandwich, on a pick with ham cubes, coloured with food colouring, halved and filled with sauce or cheese & Mayo.


  4. Banana for fruit break and a squeezable yoghurt for lunch. A very fussy eater πŸ™‚ Also doesnt mind daddy’s homemade chocolate poundcake


  5. My home made rice pudding. I pop it into reusable squeezie pouches and vary the flavour each week. So much nicer than store bought.


  6. my son loves cheese and strawberry butterflies. when he has them he play with them first he says “fly fly fly” and flaps the wings πŸ™‚


  7. My fussy son loves to have garlic and herb flavoured wraps containing nothing but dijonnaise. I find it odd and ask to put on any number of extra items but it always comes down to those two together. Funny boy!


  8. Banana for fruit break and a squeezable yoghurt for lunch. A very fussy eater πŸ™‚ Also doesnt mind daddy’s homemade chocolate poundcake


  9. Vegemite sandwich!
    I think it was the first thing he had in a sandwich and he has always loved it. Much to his Canadian father’s disgust! He hates making them Hahahaha.


  10. Fruit! My son is a fussy eater but loves a pretty big variety of fruits so I always put a few different things in and try my best to make it interesting and fun by either cutting it into fun little shapes or using food picks to make them have eyes or as if they’re on a leaf still, the joy on his face when he sees his lunchbox every day makes it all worth it, and the fact that he gobbles it all up most days makes my heart happy that by doing this he is becoming healthier and creating lasting habits for his life πŸ™‚


  11. Both my kids LOVE LOVE LOVE sultanas it’s the ONLY food they will eat anytime, anywhere! Not the best for mummy to keep seeing in the nappies tho


  12. dinosaur sandwiches!!! I bought 6 different sandwich cutters but we’ve only used the dinosaur one. And apparently when my Kindy boy opens his lunchbox, the dinosaurs ROAR!!!


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