Tiny Seed Bento

Tiny Seed Lunch

I made this lunch in honor of Eric Carle’s birthday. I liked the idea of “The Tiny Seed” themed lunch but I had never read the book. I borrowed “The Tiny Seed” from the library to prepare. A majority of my lunches are created for loved ones but I actually ate this one on an outing with my 12 year old nephew.

I added leaves and butterflies as sides for this lunch because I was inspired by the following quotes::

“All summer long the birds and bees and butterflies come visiting.”

“And the wind carries yellow and red leaves past the flower.”

Container: EasyLunchBoxes

Leaves: Carrot, cucumber, and radish

Butterflies: Apples

Background: Couscous with Trader Joe’s Dried Baby Sweet Pineapple and sunflower seeds.

Flower: Flour tortilla painted with food coloring and baked until lightly brown and crisp

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19 Responses to Tiny Seed Bento

  1. What a cheerful bento! How pretty. πŸ™‚

  2. mtetar says:

    Creative as always, and a healthy lunch. Happy Birthday Eric Carle I like your books and children do as well. Wishing you many more Blessed ones. Be A Blessing because you’re Blessed. Mtetar

  3. micahkunkle says:

    It is my birthday tomorrow!(June 27,2013):)!!!

  4. Rebecca says:

    Love that book, and love your bento! Lovely tribute to Eric Carle!

  5. Michelle | Creative Food says:

    I love The Tiny Seed story!! And such a wonderful bento! Thanks for linking up! πŸ™‚

  6. Anonymous says:

    Cute!

  7. me says:

    very neat

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