We’re in the middle of a house move at the moment so time is short and photo taking of packed lunches is rather sporadic, but I managed to grab a quick photo of this fun Easter Bunny Bento earlier this week and thought you might like it!
The sandwich was inspired by a member of the Eats Amazing Lunch Packing Community group, who posted a while back with her method for zero waste when it comes to fun sandwiches – simply cut a shape from the middle of the sandwich using a fun shaped cookie cutter, then pack the sandwich in a lunch box with the crusts intact – perfect for bigger appetites and it creates no waste whatsoever!
In this lunch Small Child had a roast beef sandwich on seeded bread, with a bunny rabbit shape cut from the bread to decorate. I finished the bunny off with a couple of edible eyes (you can make your own edible eyes or order them online). On the side I packed strips of raw yellow pepper, raw carrot, decorated with leaf bento picks, a clementine, decorated with a different leaf bento pick, red grapes decorated with rabbit bento picks and a mini Babybel Cheese, cut in half. This lunch was packed in our blue Yumbox Panino bento box.
I hope to share some more Easter fun with you before the big day, fingers crossed I can find my way to my camera again through all the boxes!
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