“There is no charge for awesomeness…or attractiveness.” ~Po, Disney’s Kung-Fu Panda.
This week’s bento has both awesomeness, AND attractiveness! Who doesn’t love a panda? This bento is also really simple. I am going to give you the where’s and the how-to’s and you will be whipping up this cute little lunch in a few fast and furious minutes…faster than Po can say Skadoosh!
And here is what you need…
1.The CuteZCute Bento Sandwich Cutter
For this lunch, we used the panda face, of course, and here is a 5 step photo tutorial on how to use it…
Step 1…CUT BREADStep 2…PRESS FACESTEP 3…REMOVE EXTRA BITSSTEP 4…CUT MEAT AND/OR CHEESESTEP 5…SPREAD CONDIMENTS AND ASSEMBLESo much awesomeness in one little sandwich.
*If you don’t want meat or cheese in your sandwich, simply spread whatever filling your child likes on the back layer and then lay the “face” layer on top.
For the other materials used in this bento, just click the “orange” words on the following list for the materials you are interested in, and it will take you right to where you can purchase them…
PANDA PICKS, OVAL BENTO, BEAR VEGGIE CUTTER, CHERRY CUP, MINI SILICON CUPS, BIGGER CUPS, and FLOWER PICK.
And that is how you get a 2 year old to eat her whole lunch.All finished!
Thanks for stopping by!
~Arlee, Small Potatoes
I so need to jump on the bento bandwagon. My little girl would LOVE every meal. I hope you’ll link up at Off the Hook!
The B E A R. Increases my appetite. Very creative way for the children’s lunches. The fruit brightens up the tray. http://projectsbyMtetar.wordpress.com
I would love to eat like that too 😀
WOAH, this is the cutest most clever thing ever! Where do you get the little do-dads they go in? (That’s a technical term!) I am so going to try this — esp. for Posey who pretty much eats orange slices, pretzels, olives and yogurt for lunch anyway.
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