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Thursday, February 26, 2015

Gyoza Pocket Sandwiches and Puzzle bento in Planetbox Rover (2), Bento #679

As I usually make wontons by hand I almost forgot that I have this gyoza maker which I've used only a few times. I've collected so many bento supplies over the years and some get overlooked. When using it I found that you have to be careful as using too much filling will cause them to burst which makes for a still tasty but less than aesthetic presentation.

In the first bento I noticed that one of the cucumber slices looked like a smiley face, can you see it too or is my mind playing tricks with me, lol?
Scroll down for the puzzle bento which was easy to make with my lunch punch sandwich cutter.
These lunches were packed in a Planetbox Rover.

Gyoza pocket sandwiches, bento school lunches
In this bento lunch:
  • Main compartment - Organic cream cheese and jam gyoza sandwiches.
  • Upper left - Cucumber slices and organic baby carrots.
  • Lower left - Cheddar popcorn.
  • Center - Choc covered sunflower seeds.
  • Upper right - Organic apple and orange slices
Here is the puzzle bento.

Puzzle bento school lunch, planetbox

In this bento lunch:
  • Main compartment - Puzzle piece shaped sandwich with some cute food picks.
  • Upper left - Organic baby carrots.
  • Lower left - Puzzle shaped cheddar cheese (I used the same cutter).
  • Center - Yogurt covered star.
  • Upper right - Strawberries.
Here are the supplies that I used to create and pack these lunches.


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