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How to Make a Bunny Bento Lunch Box

  • Anna Yamamoto

    Use a biscuit cutter (or an upside down drinking glass) to give the sandwich its round bunny face. See our photo guide on how to seal a sandwich.

    Antichoking warning: Remember to remove toothpicks and cut up blueberries, grapes, carrots and other food for children under 4. See our Antichoking guide for more information.

  • Anna Yamamoto

    Make a cute carrot side by tucking together a carrot stick and a broccoli floret for the leafy top.

  • Anna Yamamoto

    The ears are folded and filled with jelly, but you can use any spread your kids likes: peanut butter or hummus would work well, too.

  • Anna Yamamoto

    For the fruit side, slice an apple and peel a thick strip on each slice halfway back. Then cut a "V" shape to make bunny apple ears.

  • Anna Yamamoto

    Corn-stuffed tomatoes and a ham flower round out the bunny bento. Here's a photo guide on how to make a ham flower (you can use the technique with turkey, too).

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