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Spooky Lunchbox Ideas

This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of Chobani for IZEA. All opinions are 100% mine.

I absolutely adore autumn. I love everything from breathing in the crisp air to pumpkin carving and trick-or-treating. Counting down the days to Halloween, I decided to celebrate this fun holiday with these Spooky Lunchbox Ideas. Delicious and full of nutrients, your kids will absolutely adore this festive meal.

Spooky Lunchbox Ideas


Pretzel Broomsticks: Cut a cheese stick into fourths. Stick one end of the cheese onto a sliced carrot and peel the other end to look like the bristles of a broom.

Cheese Spiderweb: With your leftover string cheese, peel and make a spiderweb. Use small pieces of olives or carrots as bugs caught in the web.

Pumpkin Orange: Using a permanent marker, draw a pumpkin face on the side of your orange.

Spider Sandwich: Using a cookie cutter, make your bread circular. Fill with your favorite sandwich toppings. Use pretzels for the legs and olives for the eyes.

Mummy Yogurt: Using a white napkin, wrap your yogurt to look like a mummy. Best of all, when you unwrap the mummy, your child will have something to wipes their hands with.


Because Halloween time is often accompanied with treats, sweets, and candy, I love finding ways to incorporate nourishing food into my son’s diet. Adding a Chobani Kids Tube into my son’s lunch (as a mummy) instantly brings a smile to his face. Not only does he enjoy the spooky appearance, but each tube contains real fruits and veggies. Containing 25% less sugar than other yogurt tubes, Chobani Kids Tubes contain no preservatives or gluten.

spooky lunchbox

Looking for other tasty and smart lunchbox choices? Be sure to visit Chobani Kids Savings and check out Chobani Kids Pouches (featuring Spider-Man and Doc McStuffins) and Chobani Tots Pouches (designed for babies starting at six months).


How do you make your lunchboxes spooky?

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