Wednesday, April 4, 2012

Spring Flower Bento

With the spring flowers starting to make their appearance, I thought a flowery bento would be the perfect lunch today.

Cucumber flowers, cantaloupe tulips, peanut butter and honey daisies, strawberry slices and carrot sticks.

We like adding some colourful flower picks to make eating those bite sized morsels fun.

Using cute food picks has been a solution to get our youngest to eat food she normally doesn't.  For example,  somehow meatballs taste better using food picks.  However, if the same meal was served with a fork, those little meatballs would be feeling lonely left on her plate.

So, what did you have for lunch today?

linking to;
making the world cuter
Bento Blog Network 


  1. That's such a pretty little lunch:)

    I too have found that changing the utensil, or plate, or shape of the food, can affect whether a child will eat it or not. My niece won't eat any meat (except chicken nuggets.) However, on Thanksgiving, my sister put turkey on a toothpick and she ate it!

  2. That's a pretty lunch you've made, and I can feel Spring, though we dun hv the 4 seasons here. :)

  3. This lunch looks awesome Cindy -the girls must have loved it!!!

  4. What a delicious looking lunch! So light and fresh. Yum!

  5. Hi Cindy! Thanks for linking up this great bento to Bento Blog Network! I will add you to our blog roll. Hope you link up again!

    Diana Rambles
    Bento Blog Network

  6. Thanks for all the comments everyone!!!


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