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Thursday, October 22, 2015


Ghost Halloween Lunches

I thought I'll combine these two ghost themed lunches in one post. We will be on a long weekend since Monday and Tuesday there will be no school and I am expecting to only post one or two more Halloween themed lunches next week.

I love creating these ghosts with my Japanese octopus cutter, I think they look cute and are not such scary ghosts. Nikolai had pizza bites and I topped it with ghost Mozzarella cheese. First, I baked the mini pizza bagel bites which I found in the freezer section of the grocery store and when they were done, I topped with the ghost shaped cheese. I started cutting the ghosts while I was waiting for the pizzas to be done in the oven.

Ghost pizza bites, Halloween bento lunch

In this bento lunch: Pizza bites topped with ghost shaped Mozzarella cheese slices, ghost shaped veggie chips which I purchased from Target, organic pear pieces with a ghost cupcake pick and the far right is a string cheese for which I used a marker on the outside wrapper of the cheese to make it ghostly. This lunch was packed in a Bentology living bentobox.

The next lunch was ghosts Halloween pasta. I purchased the Halloween pasta at World Market and cooked it in the morning with some leftover diced chicken and Italian seasoning. I topped the pasta with ghosts shaped Mozzarella cheese. His sides were organic baby carrots with an eyeball cupcake ring, Annie's organic fruit snacks, apple slices and seedless grapes. This lunch was packet in a leak-proof Yumbox Panino.

Ghost Halloween Pasta lunch

Have a wonderful weekend, everyone!

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6 comments:

  1. Cute lunches, Rina!
    -Amanda

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  2. Those ghosts are so cute, great idea! Have a good holiday!

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  3. Love the ghost shaped Mozerella! Such a creative idea, especially on the pizza!

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    1. Thank you so much Jean! It was fun making and eating them.:)

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