Our Bento Friday comes with super kawaii bento box ideas for Valentine Day. All these ideas come from the hands of Little Miss Bento. These ideas are cute and subtle. You can add a Valentine Card next to your creations, so your loved one gets the perfect present for such a loving day. We start with Little Twin Stars pull-apart bread buns. They’re perfect for Valentine Day, and super cute. If you match them along with a Little Twin Stars card, then it’s going to be perfect.
Our Bento Friday comes with super kawaii bento box ideas you’ll love. All come from the hands of Little Miss Bento. You can arrange your noodles in different shapes, for example, a rooster. You can create the crown and the feet with meat, the beak with carrots, the eyes with seaweed, the body with noodles, the tail with sautéed vegetables and the wings with beancurd skin.
This week’s bento Friday comes with four super kawaii bento box ideas for you to enjoy. All these ideas come from the hands of Little Miss Bento. We start with some sweets. What about some Sanrio melon-pan breads? Or Pompompurin? Melon pans or buns are perfect to play with different characters, like Hello Kitty, Lala, Gudetama or Kiki. The list is as huge as your own imagination!
Our first Bento Friday of 2017 comes with super cute bento box ideas from the hands of Little Miss Bento. We start with a magical Unicorn bento box. This kawaii unicorn lunchbox is quite simple: with rice you create the unicorns. The tricky part is decorating the faces. This is a great bento box idea to begin your bento box journey.
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This is the last Bento Friday of the year! Today we have some New Year bento box ideas for you from the hands of Little Miss Bento. We start with some Rooster buns and buns shaped as donuts. 2017 is the year of the Rooster, and so, rooster centered bentos are perfect for New Year. Buns are perfect to begin with the bento adventure, and roosters make great characters as well.
Our Bento Friday comes with some last moment ideas! Create kawaii Xmas bento boxes and make everyone happy! We know that this is a challenging time because preparations are taking lots of time, but maybe we can take some of that time to create one of these incredibly cute bento boxes! Let’s start with a Rilakkuma bento box! Rilakkuma is an easy character to use for bento boxes. Consider him for rice balls and also for sweets.
This Bento Friday comes with more Xmas cute bento box ideas from the hands of Bento Days. We start with a super cute Santa Baymax, inspired by a pushie at the Disney Store in Japan. Baymax is a simple character to choose when making rice bentos, specially onigiri (rice ball) bentos. Choose him as Santa! He’s super cute!
Our Bento Friday comes with lots of Xmas bento box ideas. We start with some Santa boiled eggs. You need to slice the boiled eggs. Then you need to create their faces with beards and hats with cheese and crab stick meat. You can fix everything with pasta. To finish it up you can use ketchup.
Let’s take a look at the other cute Xmas bento box ideas!
Our Bento Friday is amazing, it has lots of kawaii bento box ideas for winter. Xmas-themed bentos are a great idea, but also creating “white” bentos. You can do so with sandwiches. We start with a Panda bento, perfect for any occasion, including Xmas. Making shapes with sandwich bread is a great way to begin our bento journey.
Our Bento Friday comes with lots of kawaii bento box ideas for Xmas (plus an extra as anime). We start with a reindeer Inari and Santa made with inari, rice, red wieners, cheese, fish sausages (or ham), crab sticks, seaweed and mayonnaise. This is a very simple bento that you can create. If you don’t have inari, you can use simple rice.