Ok, this is another new bento box. I think is a good way to do sandwich bento using this onigiri bento box as you can let the sandwich sitting just nice at the upper section of the bento box.
Since I have some corn bread at home which tastes very good by itself, I decided to use them to do simple butter and peanut butter sandwich.
Just cut the bread diagonally into triangle shape, and apply butter/peanut butter to each of them.
To make the detail on the sandwich, I dip the broad side (not the sharp cutting side) of a plastic teddy cookie cutter into some chocolate and make a teddy print on top of the sandwich. Then use a small portion of the chocolate to draw the facial detail.
As usual, the chocolate is just made from Milo mix with very little amount of water.
After that, I wrapped the bread in plastic cling wrap, so that they can hold standing on top of the lower layer box cover. I guess I’ve accidentally shifter the plastic wrap while I’m wrapping up the bread because the teddy bear print seems a bit out of shape. Next time I shall be more careful.
I added in some mangoes and sausages in the lower portion of the bento box. The cute teddy bear cup is just for the sake of photo taking
By the way, if you do follow my bento blog, I guess you’ll realize that I now have three bento boxes from the same car series