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Tuesday, April 15, 2014

Easter Basket Bento

This week Nikolai's school is having performance level evaluation tests, (known  by various acronyms depending on location) so it is a busy week. Nikolai is quite confident he will do well, and I am also. 

I have always been fascinated with basket weave from tiny examples to hot-air balloon basket size. I also save those Easter treat boxes as some of them are cute and can be recycled to be used as treat boxes anytime. Here I used one to hold a bunny treat.

Note: If you like what I am doing, I would also love for you to follow my Facebook page since I post more often there with some cute and fun foods which I occasionally find on the web.

Easter basket, bento school lunch
In this bento lunch:
  • Basket sandwich freehand cut from round sandwich thins decorated with weave of mild cheddar and Provolone cheese with yogurt covered raisins and bunny baran sheet.
  • Organic baby carrots- one with broccoli top.
  • Seedless red grapes in silicon cup with Easter pick.
  • Along side is a carrot shaped treat container with Annie's organic cheddar bunnies. 
  • Linked to EatsAmazing: Fun Food Friday
Here are the supplies or similar that I used to create and pack this lunch.

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  1. I also am fascinated by basket weave. Fantastic bento! This reminded me of a basket weave carrot I once made -

    1. Thank you so much Kathy for your kind comment!! I love the basket weave that you made with carrot.:)

  2. Love that basket weave sandwich! Very creative!

  3. I love ur basket, very nice! N I love the treat box too.

    1. Thank you so much Ming for your kind comment and glad to know you like the treat box!:)

  4. Your Easter basket is amazing! This is a really lovely lunch :-)
    Thank you for linking up at Fun Food Friday!