Giraffe Lunch

Giraffe Shaped Bread Lunch

When I put a call-out for shaped bread suggestions, a friend suggested that I make giraffe shaped bread. I was up for the challenge. When I told my Mom about it she suggested that I make a Mom and baby. My baby did not turn out as small as I would have wanted but I still think it is cute. During the process of making this lunch I remembered that I had mini giraffe cutters. Thanks to my cookie cutter collection, I was able to make giraffe shaped carrots.

Container: EasyLunchBoxes

Giraffes: The Mom and young giraffe are made from homemade french bread dough, with food marker details (after baking), background and vegetation in front (snow peas), cheddar cheese

Vegetable: Carrots

Fruit: Dried apricots

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18 Responses to Giraffe Lunch

  1. Lovely giraffes, how many different cookie cutter in your collection, such so cute! 🙂

  2. lovefoodlovefitnesslovelife says:

    Simply wonderful!

  3. KerryCan says:

    Very clever! How does anyone bring themselves to eat these? They’re too cute!

  4. Mary Lee says:

    I love, love, love your giraffes! They are so neat because they are puffy!

  5. Ariani says:

    Love your giraffes, they’re so cute…..

  6. Kristie says:

    your giraffe bread is such a creative idea! thanks for sharing this fun lunch for Fancy Sandwich Friday 🙂

  7. Thy look fantastic! I love all your bread shapes

  8. Koogle says:

    Very cute giraffe lunch. BTW, did you know that the giraffe at the Greenville Zoo in South Carolina is pregnant and due to give birth this summer??! 🙂

  9. Diana Rambles says:


    I am so sorry for the delay in awarding you Bento of the Week!! Great job!


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