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Monday, April 14, 2014

How To Cut Apple Bunny & Bunny Roll-Ups Sandwiches

As Nikolai told me that he loved the bear roll-ups I made a couple of weeks ago, I decided to make bunny roll-ups this week. When I was attempting the first photo for this post a gust of wind blew away one of the bunny's eyes and nose even while glued with honey. My hubby thought that was a little funny. Of course I had to reassemble the missing nori parts, not funny to me at that time, but later we had a good laugh.

My first attempt of apple bunnies or apple rabbits. Here is the method:

1. Start with a wedge from the apple cut into six or eight pieces, and cut out the core. Make a cut just below the skin about 1/3 distance (top to bottom) and then cut the skin to make a V- shape.
2. Carefully lift out the center V section so that the part that remains forms the bunny ears.
3. To prevent browning I soaked them in a bowl of lemon water for a few minutes. (Citric acid is the key ingredient which helps prevent oxidation/browning). Sometimes I do soak our apples in orange or pineapple juice.

Bunny roll ups sandwiches, apple bunnies bento school lunch

In this bento lunch:
  • Roll-ups sandwiches with nori accents and bread crusts for bunny ears.
  • Apple bunnies and organic baby carrots.
  • Cadbury mini eggs in the bucket cup and Annie's organic gummies.
  • This lunch is packed in his Monbento box.
Here are the supplies or similar that I used to create and pack this lunch.

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