No matter how many lunch box ideas I come up with, I am always excited to see new ideas. Hopefully you feel the same way because today I will be sharing some gluten free lunch box ideas. You don’t have to be allergic to gluten to appreciate these ideas because they taste great for everyone.
School has been back in session for us for a few weeks. Yes, Nashville, does start early! Anyway, I love packing lunch for my kids. I know everyone does it differently. My husband packs lunches the night before when I am out of town because he has to rush out with the kiddos in the morning. My mom always had me pack my own lunch and I think it is a great way to learn responsibility. However, I just love packing their lunches in the morning. While I pack, we chat about the upcoming day. I feel like I get to send a little piece of home with them when they go off to school.
Crunchmaster Challenge: The Best Gluten Free Crackers & Chips
This post is sponsored by Crunchmaster® and they challenged me to share some of my best gluten free lunch box ideas. Of course, they know all about gluten-free since they make the best gluten free crackers and chips.
Crunchmaster is an alternative cracker brand that makes full-flavored snacks made with brown rice and wholesome ingredients that are oven-baked. As the name suggests, they deliver some delicious crunchy satisfaction. The thin and crispy Crunchmaster crackers are low in sugar and naturally gluten free.
All Crunchmaster products are certified gluten-free and kosher. Many are also non-GMO Project Verified, 100% Whole Grain, and free of saturated and trans fats. They use simple, wholesome ingredients like brown rice, quinoa, flax, corn, amaranth, millet, sunflower, chickpea, and edamame.
As you might guess, Crunchmaster crackers and chips are natural shoe in for my gluten free lunch box ideas. The Crunchmaster crackers and chips are great for dips, for mini sandwiches, and just crunching all by themselves. There are so many delicious ways to go gluten free!
40+ Gluten Free Lunch Box Ideas
The photo above is my easy gluten free lunch bento box. I used a Lunchbots stainless steel bento box and filled it with fresh organic grapes, cheese slices, ham slices, and the Crunchmaster Sea Salt Popped Edamame Chips. I just love those crunchy chips and I have to tell you a could barely stop munching them after I made my daughter’s bento box! In fact, you may enjoy making these gluten free bento box lunches for yourself some time or you can change them up and create breakfast bento boxes too. Possibilities are endless.
- Crunchmaster Multi-Grain Crackers (sea salt, and wasabi soy)
- Crunchmaster Multi-Seed Crackers (orginal, rosemary & olive oil, and roasted garlic)
- chopped lunch meats
- Crunchmaster Popped Edamame Chips (sea salt, roasted vegetable, and white cheddar)
- chopped cheeses
- string cheese
- cream cheese
- soft spreadable cheese
- fresh fruits (individually, as fruit salads, or as fruit kebobs)
- fresh vegetables (individually or mixed)
- leaf salad
- grain salad (sweet potato and quinoa salad, strawberry citrus quinoa salad, quinoa tabbouleh, southwestern quinoa, etc)
- asian pasta salad
- gluten-free muffins
- nut butters
- coconut macaroons
- gluten-free smores snack mix
- gluten-free granola
- cucumber sandwiches
- gluten-free flat bread
- fruit snacks
- gluten-free scones
- bean dips
- dried fruit
- no brown guacamole
- layered humus dip
- deviled eggs
- egg salad
- gluten-free dutch apple pie slice
- broccoli salad
- gluten-free brownies
- seeds (such as sunflower or pumpkin)
- seafood salad
- pumpkin cheesecake
- gluten-free cookies
What do think of that list of gluten free lunch box ideas? I bet you can come up with even more! Share how bento box combo with Crunchmaster crackers in the comments or tweet us @familyfocusblog & @luvcrunchmaster. You may also like to search social media using the hashtag #crunchmasterchallenge to see lots of great gluten free bento box ideas.
Where To Buy Crunchmaster Crackers
I can buy them in such local stores as Publix, Kroger, Harris Teeter, and Target. To see a full list of your local stores that carry Crunchmaster, visit crunchmaster.com and use the store locator.
Have you tried Crunchmaster crackers? Which ones are your favorite? What are your favorite gluten-free lunch box ideas?
You may also enjoy these free printable lunch box notes!
Renee Walters says
I like the Sea Salt edamame chips, Artisan Four Cheese rice crackers and Rosemary & Olive Oil single serve packs.
David Heath says
I like the Artisan Four Cheese rice crackers and Rosemary & Olive Oil single serve packs.
I like their original Multi-Seed Crackers, salami, and cheddar cheese.
I would love to put their roasted garlic crackers, grapes and trail mix in a bento box.
Julie Wood says
My bento box combo would be Rosemary & Olive Oil mutiseed crackers with cheddar cheese, fruit and beef sticks.
Cindy Peterson says
Sea Salt Multi grain crackers, Egg and veggie muffin, swiss cheese and a clemintine.
Kristin McCall says
I would use the multi grain crackers, grapes, almonds, and rolled up turkey slices.
I would love the multi grain crackers, almonds, and a little bit of turkey! Those are so yummy protein foods, thank you so much!
Maryann D. says
Multi-Seed Crackers Roasted Garlic with some celery sticks, original hummus and some chocolate covered almonds for my bento box.
Laurie Nykaza says
7-ancient-grains-crackers with some grapes hummus and some veggies sounds really great together
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I like the Multi-Seed Crackers.
Jenna Hudson says
My bento box combo would be the 7 Ancient Grains Crackers with hummus. Plus a salad on the side.
I would like the Rosemary & Olive Oil crackers with cheese, berries and meat.
Popped Edamame Wasabe Soy chips, egg salad, cherry tomatoes, and medjool dates!
The roasted garlic cracker with maybe tuna salad would b delish.
string cheese, leaf salad and Popped Edamame Chips
Jessica To says
I would try the Sea Salt Multi-grain crackers with cheese cubes.
Angela Saver says
My bento box combo would be the Roasted Garlic Multi-Seed Crackers, pepperjack cheese cubes, & roasted almonds.
holly lawson says
I like the Baked Rice Crackers, pepperoni and cheddar cheese
Crunchmaster Multi-Grain Crackers ( wasabi soy)
layered humus dip
Kimberly M says
I would choose the Baked Rice Crackers, grapes, and string cheese.
Marcia Goss says
Popped Edamame Chips with sliced turkey, cheddar cheese, and grapes.
like the sea salt chips
Anne Perry says
non gmo Multi-Seed Crackers, organic avocado & eggplant.
Lynne T says
I would have the Wasabi Soy Popped Edamame chips, grapes and some turkey breast.
Sea Salt Multi grain crackers, cheese cubes, veggies and grapes.
I think their Sea Salt Edamame chips would go great with hummus, grapes, and cherry tomatoes in a bento box.
I like the multi seed crackers Rosemary & Olive Oil
Darlene Owen says
I like the Crunchmaster Multi-Grain Crackers (sea salt, and wasabi soy with string cheese.
I would choose the Multi-Grain Crackers, grapes, and babybel cheese.
cyndi br says
multi grain roasted garlic crackers with hummus
Julie Waldron says
I like the Sea Salt Single Serve Packs with cheese.
Renee Rousseau says
My bento box would contain: Crunchmaster Popped Edamame Chips, chopped cheeses, chopped lunch meats and grapes.
I would include the multigrain crackers, string cheese and carrots.
Leah Shumack says
I would love to try the roasted garlic cracker with some tuna!
Many dishes that do not contain gluten are perfect as a useful and tasty breakfast. The various ingredients in their composition confirm this.