Fox in Snow Bento Lunch

Fox in Snow Bento Lunch

I received some cute fox cookie cutters from my sister for my birthday in August. I finally got around to using one. The fox is cooked and mashed carrots. The snow is mashed potatoes with a little butter and a lot of shredded cheddar cheese. This meal can be heated (warm applesauce is delicious) or eaten cold – depends on your preference.

Container: EasyLunchBoxes

Left Side: Fox – cooked and mashed carrots placed in a fox shaped cookie cutter. Snow – carefully spoon cheddar mashed potatoes around the cookie cutter. Then, carefully lift off the cookie cutter.

Top Right: Applesauce

Bottom Right: Green peas (these were frozen – they will defrost by lunch if you decide to eat this cold)

Linking to:

Eats Amazing Fun Food Friday

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8 Responses to Fox in Snow Bento Lunch

  1. Cute fox and such a creative way to use mashed carrots! I love the idea of the snow too! 🙂

  2. bentodays says:

    Very creative! Love your choice of ingredients!

  3. I just found your blog and I am LOVING it! As the pseudo-wife of a half-Japanese man with a Japanese mother-in-law, I adore these bento boxes! Stay Cheesy!

  4. I love this, such a creative way to use cookie cutters – I really need to give mashed potato a go in my lunches!
    Thank you for linking up at Fun Food Friday!

    • eclecticlamb says:

      Thank you Grace! I find that my niece and nephews who like mashed potatoes don’t mind them cold in a lunch but I do add a lot of shredded cheddar to the hot potatoes when mashing.

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