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Lovable Teddy Bear Sandwich Recipe

casabento lunch box teddy sandwich recipe
Mummies, make your way to your children's hearts by preparing this adorable teddy bear sandwich lunch box! You can also share great moments bonding with your kids through the bread-making sessions. Nothing is too difficult if you put your heart & soul into it.

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Sometime back, I posted Go Retro With CasaBento Pink Cocolon Bento Box Kit after receiving the cute pinky lunch box set & made the teddy bear together with fresh fruits, & also a Japanese Steamed Egg which drew a great response. Now, I'm gonna show you how I made this endearing teddy!
Recipe Featured @ FoodWhirl!

Ingredients (1 teddy bear):
1 slice of Raisin Bread
1 tbsp Tuna flakes in Olive oil
Cheese & Seaweed for nose
Crabstick for ribbon
1 short string of Instant Noodle
Cling wrap
Dash of Pepper

Method:
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  1. Cut off sides from bread. Do not dispose edges. Keep for making the ears. Remove 2 raisins & set aside.
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  3. Flatten bread using a rolling pin.
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  5. Place tuna onto bread.
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  7. Cut a piece of cling wrap on hand. Wrap bread into a ball. Press firmly to seal. Use water at the edges if necessary.
  8. Roll the edges you save earlier to make the ears. Insert small piece of noodle to hold the ear in place & stick it into the face.
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  10. Start decorating the face by adding raisins for the eyes, seaweed & cheese for nose, crabstick for ribbon if you're making for a girl. Bingo! Here's your cute Teddy Bear Sandwich!
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If teddy bear is not your cup of tea, here's more on Making Cute Bento Sandwiches!

40 comments:

  1. Ooohhhh, so cute n lovely sandwich dear...

    Event: Dish name starts with P

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  2. Hahaha..... this is so cute. I 1st thought it's some kind of brown rice, what a great disguise!

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    1. DS, this is such an overdue post :< Thks for patience!

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    1. CJ, I knew u're gonna like this! Hahaha!

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  4. That's a very creative way of making a teddy bear, kids will want to have more!!

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    1. Agnes, thks dear! Even the daddy wants to eat this. Lol!

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  5. OMG.. My kids will flip if I make these. Thanks Shirley for the awesome post.
    Love Ash.

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    1. Ash, have fun making! Have a wonderful weekend, my dear!

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  6. Haha....your post is so cute it makes me laugh! I just love that teddy bear. You make it sound so easy to make. I bet all kids will love it. Maybe even my big girls will like it :D

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    1. Mary, I love it myself! Lol! It's so comforting to bite into one :)

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  7. That is just too cute my friend great job :D

    Cheers
    Choc Chip Uru

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  8. I love your site! You should post some of your food pics on FlauntMyFood.com it could help get you more readers.

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    1. Stephanie, thks so much for your lovely note! It's great having u here & thks for the heads-up. Will chk it out :)

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  9. Oh my!!!! This is just too cute to eat! I don't think I would eat it, it is just too precious!

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    1. Bessie, heehee! Trying to bribe u with this teddy :)

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  10. You are so creative, Shirley! This lunch would bring such a big smile to the face of the one eating it! So cute! Enjoy your weekend~

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    1. Lizzy, thks for the sweet note! U have fun too!

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  11. innovative! So much effort to make for children! Should use carrot as ribbon instead haha. (to make them eat more veges)
    =P

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    1. FoodieFC, I sometimes uses carrots too. U can use any type of ingredients u prefer. It's so versatile!

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  12. i want to have that for my lunch box

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  13. Shirley, tuna on raisin bread sounds tasty! So, so cute and creative!

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    1. Kim, thks sweetie! Glad u like it too :)

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    1. Balvinder, let's have lunch together :)

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  15. Its so lovely...hmmm I normally won;t have the heart to eat it. Will just make it and gaze at it...someone else has to eat it for sure.

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    1. missyblurkit, hahaha! That's quite true :)

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  16. looks good! hahah XD dam I am hungry nao*

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    1. Edmend, surprised u like cute stuff too :)

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  17. My friend tells me to go to this flauntmyfood.com website.. so i'm like... ok... but i'm glad i did because then i found this post on there! This is sooooo cute! I am making these for my kids today!

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    1. Shirly, thks so much for your lovely note & it's great having u here! Do send me a pix if u do use this recipe & I'll post it to my Facebook Fan Page Readers' Corner!

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  18. Many thanks for the exciting blog posting! I really enjoyed reading it, you are a brilliant writer. I actually added your blog to my favorites and will look forward for more updates. Great Job, Keep it up.. :)teddy bears for babies

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    1. Valentines, thks for visiting & leaving your kind note! Have a good day!

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