Wednesday, November 2, 2011

Lunch Made Easy: Hello Kitty & the ELB

Last night I was so happy to hear that big brown UPS truck pull infront of my house. I knew exactly what it was - My new Easy Lunchboxes! Even though to Little Miss, the only difference she'll notice is the fun lid colors, I like how much thicker they are than my disposables. Plus they're also dishwasher, microwave, and freezer safe - Win!

I also realized this morning I had not had a Hello Kitty appearance in quite sometime (that is just unacceptable, especially considering how much Little Miss LOVES her).


Hello Kitty cutout sandwich with a slice of provalone cutout ontop. Decorated with my Betty Crocker food writer pens to draw her face.

There are stacked apple slices I cutout with my flower cutter. I cut out a circle in just the peel in the center then colored it in blue with my BC food writer. The apple flowers are surrounded by blueberries.

There's a heart shaped hardboiled egg, done in my heart egg mold. I also cut the stem off on a large strawberry in the other corner to try and mimic the heart shape. The egg & strawberry are surrounded by cantaloupe dices.

Bottom right is a pumpkin cupcake with cream cheese frosting. Top right are cucumber slices.

Not pictured: Fruitables juice box.


  1. So cute. Love your Hello Kitty!

  2. I'm not even a Hello Kitty fan but this is too too cute!

  3. Loving your Hello Kitty. It sounds so easy, too. Thank you for sharing her!!

    I'd love to have you share at my link party, Pinterest Tuesday.

  4. Super cute! What little girl wouldn't want be delighted to have that in her lunch box! Thanks for linking up to TGIF Linky Party! Don't forget to include the TGIF button or a link back so others can find the party too! I look forward to seeing what else you link up!
    Beth =-)

  5. That Bento is so cute! Love Hello Kitty!

  6. My daughter would love this! I think I'll give her a surprise next week. Thanks!

  7. Thank you both for your kind comments!

    @Brooke - I bought my Hello Kitty cookie cutters at Hobby Lobby. You get a set of two (one of her face as shown above and the other is a full body) for about $3.50. :)

  8. So cute! My super picky daughter would love this! Thanks for linking up to Latest and Greatest Friday!

  9. Super cute. I love Bento style lunches for the kiddos too. Mine are just never cute enough to snap a photo of!

    Stopping by from the TGIF blog hop :)



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