Tuna Sandwich and Molded Egg Bento

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Happy Friday! We all look forward to the weekends and the excitement starts on Friday. The Ro-Ri boys seem a little more cheerful than usual. Brows

In place of the usual bento, I decided to make tuna sandwiches instead. Just for the fun of it, I molded the hard boiled eggs and cut out checkered apples. Babybel cheese, chips, and Chex Mix filled up the rest of the bento.

I really like these egg molds. They come in a variety of shapes and are very popular among the bento crowd. Thay can be purchased on-line.

Put in your hard boiled egg. I use large eggs and they fit the molds well.

Bring the lid over the top and snap on the catch.

Dip them in cold water for 10 minutes to let it set.

There you have it, a bear and bunny egg!

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5 Responses

  1. Flirting with Flour says:

    HAH! I have never seen egg molds before! How fuN!!

  2. Nam says:

    This egg mold is SO cute!

  3. Biren says:

    Yes, I really do like the egg molds. I have 6 of them and the other four are fish, car, star, and heart shapes. I'll have to make a Valentine's bento soon :)

  4. Victoria K. says:

    Those eggs are adorable!

  5. JC says:

    I bought the same mould recently. Have yet to use them. There were so many designs and I was truly tempted to buy all. Fortunately I manage to hold back the temptation and only bought a set of 2 moulds.

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