Friday, November 21, 2014

Another Quick and Easy Bento

This week is my elder daughter's exam week. She has her mastery test scheduled from Wednesday to Friday. As a mom who wants her daughter to be motivated and bright, I try my best to prepare a delicious lunch and prepare a filling afternoon snack for school. The bento boxes I created since Monday have more choices from fruits to cupcakes and wafers. Most of them are simple and very easy to prepare just like this one.








Steamed rice and sausage, pretty much the same with the last bento box I shared HERE.





To balance the meal, I added tomato slices and banana on the side.




Simple as it is. My gradeschooler was able to finish this meal except for the lettuce which only served as a garnish. Btw, I bought a new set of food picks to be added in my bento tool collection. They are so cute with flowers and bows. Watch out for my new bento entry 'cause I'll be featuring them.

Do you like bento making, too? How do you prepare your kids school baon? Do share.

10 comments:

  1. I'm not yet at the stage na gumagawa ng bento boxes for my children kasi my son is still not school-age. But let me just say that you inspired me to create one for when the time comes! I'm not sure if I'm creative enough though. Malalaman natin in a few years. Hahaha

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  2. I'm getting so interested in making bento. No schooler yet but maybe for hubby.

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  3. My son doesn't go to school yet. But I am very interested by the idea of making Benton baon for him when he does :D good that your daughter finished her baon :) sarap ng feeling when they finish their meals hehe

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  4. Wow! Does she eat the tomatoes? My kids think the world will end if the eat tomatoes hahaha! AndI truly do not make bento lunches. Tried once. Disaster!

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  5. I've recently stopped making lunch for my kids to take to school. I feel that they're now old enough (13 and 11 years old) to handle having an allowance instead. Baon-making was not really one of my most favorite things to do coz I always run out of ideas. Hahaha! But it looks like you're doing a great job with it. :)

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  6. I haven't tried making bento boxes yet but I'm seriously considering it now. My daughter is a picky eater kasi and I hope bento food will entice her to eat. Thanks for sharing :)

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  7. This is so cute, Mrs. K! I don't have kids or even a husband yet, but I promised myself to prepare bento boxes for them when the time comes. :D This is a really great way to motivate kids to eat healthy and finish their baon. And for hubbies naman, to show them your love and sweetness~ ^^

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  8. Simple but cute and healthy! I don't have a schooler yet and I'm planning to homeschool pa talaga so I may probably be able to try my hand at bento in several years pa!

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  9. Simple and colorful! We do food art naman at home since our 3-year old son is homeschooled.

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  10. Naku another pretty bento creation. Ang cute.

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