3 Egg Mayonnaise Bread Bento
Hello world! It’s bento time again!
Thank you so much for all your lovely feedback. It is an encouragement for me because I am very new to the bento world.
Today, I have made 3 different bentos from this flowery pancup. Magn from J-Mama & Baby has kindly sponsored this bread cutter, I am so exited to use it!
How to make flower shape bread?
1. Press down the cutter on top of the bread.
2. Pull out the unwanted bread.
3. Press the flower shaped bread into the metal baking cup, provided in the bread cutter box.
4. There are other shapes too but I love flowers, so I made 3 flower shaped bread.
5. Place it into the oven toaster for 5 mins.
TA-DAH! And the flower shaped bread is done! You can add in any fillings such as tuna, egg mayonnaise, fruits etc.
For me, I decided to make egg mayonnaise because I am still on soft diet this week.
How to make egg mayonnaise?
1. Boil an egg and chop the egg finely.
2. Add in mayonnaise, salt and pepper.
3. Mix well.
Looks very easy, isn’t it? Now you can start creating your bread designs! I am not the bento expert yet, so these are the 3 designs I did with my three bread and limited ingredients for that day. I only have carrots, cauliflower, cherry tomatoes and two leftover taiwan sausages.
My first bento was done in a jiffy! Egg mayonnaise were added into the flower shaped bread and I cut out a tulip carrot and placed it on top.
Inside the box: Egg mayonnaise, bread, carrot, cabbage.
I like my second bento the most. Carrots were first placed in the bread before adding the egg mayonnaise. It felt like my Rilakkuma is playing in a garden.
Inside the box: Egg mayonnaise, bread, carrot, cabbage, cherry tomatoes, cauliflower.
I actually wanted to make a frog but realized I have no more cucumber in my fridge. So I made a simple face instead. I love the hat food pick, it is so cute!
Inside the box: Egg mayonnaise, bread, carrot, cabbage, cherry tomatoes, cauliflower, taiwan sausages.
If you want to make bento for your kids, visit J-Mama & Baby website. Magn is actually a Singaporean mum living in Japan, so many of her bento stuffs are actually imported. I know there a lot of online bento shops around, but I chose J-Mama & Baby because it is based in Singapore, so I don’t have to wait for a long time before my bento arrives to my doorstep.
J-Mama & Baby : http://jmamababy2.blogspot.com