It’s been a while since I made a bento… not for not wanting, just for prioritizing other crafts. I’m currently painting in watercolor and learning how to illustrate in a couple of different syles, and working on my handlettering. So throwing together lunches has been… let’s say last minute 😉 But it’s the beginning of spring break for the kids so we kicked it off with a fun little lunch.
In today’s lunch:
Main Grapes and an apple “sandwich”– Apple slices with peanut butter in between. Also, a bunny Easter egg filled with a little treat (Egg shaped M&Ms).
Sides Pistachios with M&M “eggs” and veggie sticks
Also included but not pictured Water
Today, I used (please disable AdBlock to see what tools I used for this bento):
Ahhh the Easter bunny. I’m practically FORCED to make a bunny lunch for Easter, by the virtue of only using this cutter once a year 😉 So here it is, a different take on some frolicking bunnies and Easter eggs.
In today’s lunch:
Main 2 PB&J Sandwiches made with an inexpensive cutter I got from the Dollar Spot at Target
Sides A mandarin with a rabbit head cut out (I used a knife and eyed it although if you are unsure of your rabbit head, score it with the knife first before you cut); protein nut mix with Jelly Belly jelly beans
Also included but not pictured Yogurt, a banana, and water
Today, I used:
Today is the first day of Spring Break. And my playgroup’s post-easter hunt… so I made these to share 🙂 Of course, I saw the idea on Pinterest somewhere and I kinda wish I had used chocolate, but cute enough? They are made with Nilla wafers and candy melting wafers. I had black and white that I wanted to use up so I made gray bunnies, but brown ones would’ve been cuter, I think. Oh well, next time!
Bunnies & Eggs Easter Cupcakes
decoration bunnies (marshmallow, pink sprinkle, brown gel), Whoppers easter eggs