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Thursday, April 18, 2013


Bento Lunch: Swirl pumpernickel and rye bread Elephant themed bento

I have made many simple bentos but I think this is the most simple one of all. My hubby loves pumpernickel bread and he purchased this swirl rye and pumpernickel bread which I kind of like since I love rye bread myself.


In this bento lunch:
  • Main section: Pumpernickel and rye swirl bread with an elephant pick and a couple of seedless red grapes.
  • Upper left: Sugar snap peas, cherry tomatoes and ranch for dip in an elephant container
  • Upper right: Elephant shaped cantaloupe which I used a small cutter and stamp to make.
  • Far right edge: Pretzels. Packed in Laptop Lunches.
  • Linked to: 
  • Bentos on the Bayou
Here are the supplies that I used to make and pack this lunch.


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10 comments:

  1. Such a colorful and cute bento! I love your elephant cantaloupe.

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    1. Kathy, thank you for your kind comment and I am glad that you like it, I had fun stamping them! :)

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  2. That Looks yummy! Did you made the Bread Yourself?

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    1. Midori, thank you! My hubby purchased the bread from our local grocery store. I should learn to bake bread after looking at all the yummy bread recipes online including yours, :)

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  3. Love the swirls in the bread, bet it tastes yummy too! Great lunch!

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  4. Simple but looks very cute n yummy! :)

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    1. Thanks so much Ming for your sweet and encouraging comment! :)

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  5. Looks lovely! The bread is beautiful, and the elephants stamped into the cantaloup is genius!! I have those stamps but never would have thought to use them that way! Thank you for linking to 15 Minute Fridays!

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