My internet was giving me problem the whole afternoon, it's extremely slow and I could not upload any photos. -_- It's finally back to normal now.
I made bunnies today, out of bread and onigiri. I also managed to do a tutorial on the bread version in the afternoon. :)
Bunnies onigiri, the ears and limbs are fish sausage.
The boys also had beef rolls, soya sauce chicken, strawberries and grapes. It's not chicken yakitori, I just stir fried the chicken and then thread them on the stick for easy eating. :P
And the bread roll version of the bunnies, using my very precious stash of pink bread, lol. :)
I also packed soya sauce chicken and grapes for their snack boxes. :)
My dinner last night, beef rolls and greens. :)
My lunch today, beef rolls again with greens. Lol, no prize for guessing I love beef roll. :P Did you spot the details on the nori? I bought 2 borders punchers last week, and this is one of the design. :)
My tutorial for the bread roll bunnies are done using multi-grained bread instead. :)
Slice off the crust and keep them aside first.
Spread with whatever filling you like. I spread mine with peanut butter and jam. Do not spread the fillings at the edges.
Roll up the bread and wrap with cling wrap for a few minutes so it'll hold better. I usually do not flatten my bread before rolling because I like the puffy look. But if your bread keeps breaking after rolling, you can flatten them first.
I used this cutter to cut out the ears.
And this cutter for the nose.
Or you can use fish sausage, ham or sausage to cut the ears and nose instead. The ones in my bentos are fish sausage.
Slice the bread roll in half and attach on the ears and nose with pasta.
I used this puncher for the eyes and nose.
I dotted decor gel for their cheeks, you can use tomato sauce, jam, if you like. :)
These bunnies went into my tummy for tea. :)