Stainless Steel Lunch Box Recipe Ideas

Stainless Steel Lunch Box Recipe Ideas

Finger foods are a great way to fuel your day and they're actually perfect for your stainless steel lunch box as they're compact, delicious are a grab and go food. They're a great way to keep your energy levels up and your stomach satisfied until dinner. These foods are all nutrient-rich and filling, making them the perfect choice for a healthy and satisfying lunch. If you're looking for some new ideas for your next lunch box, be sure to check out the below recipes. 

 

@littlebentomama Rainy and cold in #sydney so i felt like a hot bento box! To keep my food warm I make sure to add in hot water in my bento box and let it sit for 10 mins then dispose of the water. Add in all my hot food and take it with me! #bentobox #mukbang #foodie #bentoboxlunch ♬ Good Day - Nappy Roots

 

1. Deviled Eggs
These are always a hit, and they're easy to make. Just hard-boil some eggs, cut them in half, and remove the yolks. Mix the yolks with some mayo, mustard, and salt, and then pipe the mixture back into the egg whites. You can top them with paprika or chives for a bit of color.

2. Antipasto Skewers
These skewers are a great way to showcase some of your favorite antipasto ingredients. Just thread cherry tomatoes, mozzarella balls, pepperoncini peppers, and olives onto skewers, and you're good to go.

3. Prosciutto
Wrapped Asparagus This is a classic finger food that never fails to impress. Just wrap thin slices of prosciutto around asparagus spears, and bake in the oven until the prosciutto is crispy.

4. Spicy Chicken Wings Chicken 
Wings are always a hit at parties, and they're easy to make. Just season some chicken wings with your favorite spices, bake them in the oven, and then toss them in a spicy sauce.

5. Mini Quiches Quiche. 
These are always a crowd-pleaser, and you can make it in mini form for a party. Just use a mini muffin tin to bake some quiche cups, and fill them with your favorite ingredients.

6. Crab Rangoon
These little crab rangoon bites are always a hit. Just mix some crab meat, cream cheese, and garlic together, and then roll it into small balls. Dip them in a sweet and sour sauce, and you're good to go.

7. Sausage Rolls
Sausage rolls are a classic party food, and they're easy to make. Just mix some sausage, bread crumbs, and herbs together, and then roll them into small sausage rolls. Bake them in the oven until they're golden brown.

8. Cheese and Fruit Kabobs
These kabobs are a great way to mix some healthy fruits with some delicious cheese

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