Finding Dory-Inspired Under the Sea Bento

We're crazy excited to go to a sneak preview of Finding Dory next week, so we're trying a few under the sea/aquatic themed lunches to help share some ideas for themed lunches!

Today, we're opting for a fun one, using the Lunch Punch fish cutter and a fish shaped egg mold.  You can find both of these on Amazon.  We're also checking out the new Finding Dory: Dory's Ocean Secrets book.  You can pop over here to read our review!

In this lunch, we made turkey and cheese on white wheat, then cut the sandwiches with the Lunch Punch fish cutter.  (If you can't find this one, try the Flipper Bytes from Evriholder.  I've seen those at the Dollar Tree.)  We added a quick eye for the fish with Wilton candy eyes.

I boil a dozen eggs at a time for snacks, so I had some in the fridge.  I dropped the egg in the shell back into some hot water for a couple of minutes, then peeled it and popped it into the egg mold.  I refrigerated it again and it took the shape fairly well.

I added a peeled mini orange with one of our cute fish picks and some Goldfish crackers because they just fit perfectly with the theme and packed it all in one of our EasyLunchboxes.

We're making a few more Finding Dory lunches this week, before we see the movie on Monday.  Make sure to come back and check out the rest for more inspiration!