Try This DIY Baseball Lunch for the Junior Sports Fan in Your Life

Just in time for the World Series! Hit lunch out of the park with a baseball-themed lunch from Lunchbox Dad, Beau Coffron. The baseball-loving kid in your life will sure to be cheering.

Try This DIY Baseball Lunch for the Junior Sports Fan in Your Life

Just in time for the World Series! Hit lunch out of the park with a baseball-themed lunch from Lunchbox Dad, Beau Coffron. The baseball-loving kid in your life will sure to be cheering.


As parents, if there’s anything you’ve learned, it’s that some days feel like a home run and other days feel like a complete strike out. In this episode of Dad Does Lunch, Beau Coffron, the Lunchbox Dad, is here to remind us that a home run takes practice and practice naturally includes failure. Parenting is hard, but if you keep working at it, practicing self-control along the way, your kids will pick up on the skills they see you exercising.

And if you’re looking for a lunchtime recipe that’s sure to be a hit, this video is definitely for you. Watch and follow Beau’s simple, step-by-step instructions for a baseball-themed lunch and hit today out of the park.

You’ll Need:
  • 2 slices of bread
  • round cookie cutter or plastic cup
  • lunch meat
  • white cheese
  • 1 toothpick
  • ketchup
  • fresh broccoli florets
  • baby carrots
  • popcorn
  • sprinkles or candy in the color of your child’s favorite baseball team
Directions:
  1. Take two slices of bread and cut out one circle from the middle of each slice of bread using a round cookie cutter or plastic cup.
  2. Place some of their favorite lunch meat in the middle of the two slices of bread.
  3. Cut a slice of white cheese into a circle, about the size of a baseball.
  4. Using a toothpick and ketchup, mark the stitching of the baseball onto the slice of cheese.
  5. Place the slice of cheese on the top of the sandwich.
  6. Set the baseball sandwich into the largest compartment of the lunchbox and surround it with pieces of fresh broccoli.
  7. Take baby carrots and cut them into the shape of baseball bats, then place them in a small compartment.
  8. Fill the second smaller compartment with popcorn and top if off with sprinkles or pieces of candy that match the colors of your child’s favorite baseball team.

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