Cucumber flowers and carrot bite bento
Posted September 18, 2012on:
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So I did what any mean mom would do. I left the bread out. I used carrot flowers and put almond butter inbetween them to make carrot bites at the top left. At the top right are cucumber flowers with hummus in the middle. At the bottom right are red seedless grapes with a carrot flower on top and the bottom left are pineapple pieces with a green apple flower on top. The bento box is a LunchBots “Quad” stainless container, perfect for a small toddler or adult snacks.
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