Nom nom nom!

17 August, 2010 at 6:34 am | Posted in Cookbook | Leave a comment
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Today is Hunter’s second day of school! I don’t start until Thursday, but because I’m nice and a homemaker-to-be, I’ve made him lunches the past two days. I’m making both his and my lunches in a bento style, even though I, sadly, don’t have any technical bento boxes. I think my tupperware/rubber maid boxes work just fine for a start. 🙂
So here’s what he’s had the past two days.

The above bento features:
Turkey sandwich “pencil” & triangle
Checkered Apple
Yogurt (unpictured)

I didn’t picture it, but his breakfast was a fried egg and sausage on a biscut, to go style. ❤

This one features:
Raelynn’s special Chili Concotion
Cheese flowers
2 Onigri
Bread (unpictured)

For breakfast (also forgot to picture), pancake sandwiches (two small/medium pancakes with sausage in the middle). Once again, to go style. I also included a “snack” incase breakfast or lunch wasn’t enough. This was apple chunks and banana coins.  ❤

I’m really enjoying making bentos, even though they’re not as kawaii as I’d like (because kawaii at an all boys school just screams bad idea.) I plan to work on that part with my lunches with special help from the wonderful book Yum Yum Bento Box!  ❤

Now to enjoy my second to last day of summer and go back to sleep!! Night night ❤


Midnight Snack

2 April, 2010 at 11:16 am | Posted in Cookbook | 1 Comment
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I don’t have a picture, but last night, about 2am, I wanted a snack. So I got up and made a cream cheese and fruit sandwich! I got the idea from Princess Skye, find the original recepie here. Since I’m not the biggest friend of Ricotta, I formulated my own form.

-Cream Cheese
-White or Wheat Bread
-Red food colouring (optional)

First mix the cream cheese and sugar to taste. Mix it with a fork to make it smoother and add more sugar if you want it sweeter. Here you can add just a drop of red food colouring, or any colour, to add some cute colour to the sandwhich. Then cut off the crust and smear the mix onto the bread. Finally cut the fruit, I used strawberries, into coins and place it on the bread. Put it togethere and cut it as you want and enjoy!

You can really use any soft fruit for this. Bananas and kiwi are especially great as well. Find your own favorite combination? Let me know so i can try it! 🙂
Princess Raelynn

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