Friday, March 26, 2010

a bento lunch for somebunny special

This is a special bento box for my very lovely little girl who turns three today! She's somebunny special, for sure. :)
Let me tell you, the bunnies in this box were just multiplying like rabbits. ;-)

3rd birthday bunny themed bento lunch for preschooler

On the left side of the Sassy bento box is a bunny shaped hard boiled egg in a pale yellow silicone cup, a pink bunny pick with colby cheese cubes, a small green heart cup with strawberries (can you tell I tried to arrange the pieces to look like a bunny head?), and of course rabbits need a couple carrots. :)
On the right side is a little pink silicone cup of Annie's bunny cookies, a peanut butter sandwich cut in the shape of a bunny (ears are fruit leather, features are sprinkles - "glued" to the bread with dots of honey), with some bunny shaped marshmallows around the sides.

So I am off for a weekend of soccer games and birthday parties, cheers and some tears too, I'm sure. It's so bittersweet, these birthdays! (and as I type, my tears are flowing - I'm such a sap!) :)

Happy weekend, everyone!

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Bar 7 Ranch said... [Reply to comment]

Very Cute!!

The Planet Pink said... [Reply to comment]

Happy Birthday to your bunny! It seems like just yesterday we were welcoming our baby girls into the world! *sob*

Anonymous said... [Reply to comment]

I cannot get my hard boiled eggs to look good- ever. I've used new eggs, I've used old eggs...I can never peel them smoothly. :( THIS looks great however!

Melissa said... [Reply to comment]

OLD EGGS! New eggs are impossible to peel without looking like they were pecked to death my chickens.

Heather said... [Reply to comment]

I know this is a OLD post, but OLD eggs, and let them completely cool, the cooler the better they peel. You can get them warm again for shaping, by putting them in a bath or hot water AFTER you peel them.

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