The sproutlets are on Spring Break, so I don't have to pack lunches this week! I like making them fun bento lunches, but it's nice to not need to have them made by a certain time, and to not have to make sure they can be packed in the lunchboxes and survive the backpacks :)
Baby carrots with celery sliver stems, strawberry bunnies, celery & carrot tulips, string cheese bunnies with tails, cheddar bunnies & a cheddar bird, and Annie's Homegrown Fruity Bunnies cereal. I made 4 total - which I thought would be enough, 1 each - but maybe my girls are light eaters, or maybe it's a boy thing, because it wasn't - the visiting little boys polished off their own, finished what my girls didn't eat, and still wanted more! I just refilled the eggs with the same things, but not cut up cute :)
Pickle doesn't eat soup so he had peanut butter sandwiches:
He's not big on his food having a face so I made his bunny a rear-view :) I used the bunny head cookie cutter that came with the Wilton 101 Cookie Cutters, and added feet and a tail to make it resemble a bunny from behind - and the carrots are upside down rocket ships.
Here's a bunny bento I made for Sprout a few days ago but never posted. Most of the same stuff as in the nibble trays plus a hard cooked egg bunny peeking out of some cucumber grass. And I added a couple of Annie's Homegrown Bunny Grahams to the Fruity Bunnies cereal:
Click the bunny to hop along to the next blog, What's For Lunch At Our House?, then keep following that fluffy tail all the way back here and you won't miss any of the Spring-y Easter-y lunch fun!
Stuff I used for these lunches: