Friday, October 7, 2011

EasyLunchboxes: Frankenstein monster wrap bento lunch

One of my bentos from a few days ago...I decorated it to thrill the kids, and I ate it to thrill my hungry tummy. ;-)

Frankenstein Monster wrap Bento

In the large section is a spinach wrap filled with turkey, cheese and spinach. Decorated with nori and icing eyes. There are a handful of grapes on Halloween picks. I really don't care for purple grapes, but I'm trying to make myself like them. More antioxidants in the purple ones than in the yummier green ones. ;-)
In the side sections are jalapeno almonds and organic baby carrots. Yum.

This is all packed in a fabulous EasyLunchboxes container!

     
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6 comments:

Anonymous said... [Reply to comment]

SO CUTE!!

Becky A. said... [Reply to comment]

LOVE it...SO GLAD YOU ARE BACK!

The Mom Chef said... [Reply to comment]

Is there a substitute that I could use for nori? I know Dudette wouldn't have anything to do with it, but I think this Frankenstein is adorable.

Anonymous said... [Reply to comment]

So glad you are posting again. What about using fruit leather instead of nori for the hair?

Ludicrous Mama said... [Reply to comment]

Cucumber peel would work too, if you could slice it in a wide enough sheet, or make several little jagged bangs bits side-by-side. Or even just mi up some food coloring and paint it on with a plastic-bristled brush (easier to clean off the food germs.) Or food markers, but they don;t fill in large areas well. Wilton makes spray-on food color too, if you cut out a stencil first.

Anonymous said... [Reply to comment]

I'm so glad you're posting again. I found your blog a month or so again and read the whole thing. I started making my kids' lunches bento style. They have just loved it. My daughter's school friend had to get a lunch box like her's and have it bento style too. Lisa

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