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Making Cute Bento Sandwiches

I’m making this Bento Sandwich for my elementary school student. I recalled her school results were terrible when I first taught her, but her grades have improved tremendously since. I promised to make her something nice if she’s obedient & does her homework diligently, so this is it!

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I like to pamper my students, both kids & adults. Even grown-ups need motivation too. I believe in bonding with my students, that’s why I always like to make nice food for them. Sometimes, they’re my “guinea pigs” for my cooking experiments too. LOL!
I love making Bento as it brings back the good-old-days of preparing Bento, making cute food when my son was younger.

Winner of Breakfast Ideas @ Mad About Kids!

These Bento Sandwiches here are fuss-free & ready in no time. I hope you’ll enjoy making them for your kids as much as I do.

Ingredients:
2 slices of Bread
1 slice of Cheese
1 slice of Ham
1 Hard-boiled Egg
½ Plum
1 raisin (cut in half)
1 tbsp Butter
½ tsp Jam
Candies

Method:
  1. Using your fave moulds, cut out shapes from bread, cheese & ham.
  2. Spread butter on bread. & layer bread to make sandwich. Using raisins, add eyes to fish & swallow. I’d added cheese on top of the heart & jam to tulip.
  3. To make flower plum, cut it criss-cross & gently bend the fruit outwards.
  4. Using an egg mould, insert a hard-boiled egg & leave it closed for 5 mins for shape to form. Have fun!

Check out how I bond with some of my adult students here:
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Chinese New Year Caviar Delight
Non-bake Delicious Cheesecake

26 comments:

  1. What a lovely teacher, no wonder your students are motivated to perform well. Hey! i'm also your student - the "cyber" way. LOL!

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  2. looks attractive, even for me.. haha :)

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  3. You are such a thoughtful teacher, Shirley! your students are so lucky to have you as their mentor. This is just absolutely gorgeous! And the sandwiches are yummy. I like how this is so healthy, a really balanced meal. Something I would prepare when I have kids of my own.

    Thanks for sharing!

    Cheers,

    Wi

    A Single Girl's Musings

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  4. Anu, thks again! Will chk out your events :)

    Doris, ok, ok, I get the hint. Hahaha!

    Ken, glad u're a big kid! Heehee!

    Wi, these sandwiches are so simple to make. Just need to add love :)

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  5. I always admire your Bento sets Shirley, like I always say, you have the great patience and very creative.
    Looks very appetizing for me.

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  6. Nava, thks for your generous comments! Teachers need to be very patient, else I'll age very fast. Hahaha!

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  7. This looks so cute and lovely, perfect lunch box treat. Thank you for linking with Any One Can Cook. BTW your recipe gpt featured in Any One Can Cook once, since I couldn't get a picture from your blog, I didn't publish the picture for your recipe. You can view the link from here http://tasteofpearlcity.blogspot.com/2011/08/any-one-can-cook-series30.html

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  8. Umm, omg! I'm so happy! It's strange since I've managed to link the pix there successfully. Can I email u the pix instead? Thks a million!

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  9. Awesome sandwiches...you are so creative dear....

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  10. completely adorable! I would love to be a kid just to have those :) lovely post thanks for sharing!

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  11. What a treat to open a lunch box and find this! Your "TLC" is evident, Shirley, as a teacher and as a Mom!

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  12. Your students are so fortunate to have you for their teacher. I am sure they love all the food you send their way, guinea pig or not :) Never tried making a plum hedgehog but that is an excellent way to serve it. Thanks for your participation in Bento Banter. Please keep posting your cute and healthy bentos. Thanks for linking back to me. You are the best!

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  13. Neha, it's really easy to make with the moulds :)

    Now Serving, welcome to Bento Making! Thks for dropping by & I'll be popping by your site soon!

    Peggy, thks!

    Kimby, it's always nice to see your comments. They're so encouraging!

    Biren, thks again for the invite! I'm having fun :)

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  14. Great Bento Shirl. Somehow am in such a tearing hurry in the morning, just cant shape everything like that. Wonder when I'll get there.

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  15. Shirley, did u use moulds too? It cuts down a lot of time, dear! Hope it turns out better next time.

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  16. wow! that's really nice!
    and u are really such a good teacher!
    good encouragement for the students!

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  17. how I wish that you are my daugther's teacher...=) you are a good motivator...nice bento sandwich

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  18. Henry, thks! I'm doing my best to be a good teacher/trainer :)

    Raquel, "bribing" my students through their stomachs does help to motivate them. Hahaha!

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  19. These are too adorable to eat...almost :) What a great treat for your student :)

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  20. Alisha, I'm sure u can do better than me with your creativity!

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  21. Hi Shirley,

    Bento boxes are so much fun for both adults and children. Your students are very lucky to have such a sweet and talented teacher. These are adorable! Great reward and a great job to your student for such improvement.

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  22. Lequan, I'm sure your kids will love these too! Thks dear, you're always so sweet with your comments!

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  23. this is very cute. my whole family will surely love this as well. thanks for posting it.

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  24. Charenn, I'm loving it :) Glad u like it too!

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