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Tuesday, October 15, 2013


Witch On Broom Halloween Bento

Nikolai brought home a witch's brew cauldron from school last year and gave it to me to use in one of his lunches some day.  He is good at that sort of recycling. So, today I used it in a flying witch bento.  The witch's brew (peas) was the easy part, the witch took a little longer but it was fun to make!

Witch On Broom Halloween Bento

In this bento lunch:
  • The witch shaped sandwich was made from a witch cookie cutter and I used nori for the cape and hat, tiny carrot pieces for the hair, a broom made of pretzel stick and provolone cheese (also provolone cheese for hat band) and a candy eye.
  • Above her is a mild cheddar cheese moon on a night sky of raisins.
  • In the separate container to the right is a scary hand trying to escape through seedless red grapes.
  • Cauldron full of organic peas.
  • I also included a Lunchbox love note from the new joke edition. LOL! What is a witch's best subject in school? Answer: Spelling!
Here are the supplies or similar that I used to make and pack this lunch.


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16 comments:

  1. Great! The Broom is so creative! I love this Bento! :)

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    1. Thank you Midori, glad to know you like the broom! They are easy to make and will be great for Halloween party.:)

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  2. I know I already commented at FB but still want to say it here!! Awesome ^_^

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    1. Thank you Karen, I love comments and don't mind you leaving a couple in a day, hehehe.:)

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    1. Thank you Ming and I am glad to know that you love it.:)

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  4. Awesome lunch! Love your witch and peas for the brew is genius!

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    1. Thank you Kathy, I tried to find some green colored food that would fit into the cauldron and the peas were perfect.:)

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    1. Thank you for your comment and I am happy to know that you love the cauldron.:)

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  6. Wow this is so cool! Love the black background you created using raisins, so creative! The witch and broomstick are so cute!

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    1. Thanks so much bentodays for your kind comment.:)

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    1. Thanks so much Loving Lunches for your kind comment.:)

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  8. Wow, your witch is so amazing!

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