Bento #3 For Hubby, et al


::: Today's Bento Menu :::
Pesto with roast chicken and avocado sandwiches
Sliced apples and pear

We had leftover roast chicken and an overripe avocado sitting in the fridge, so I combined them to make a sandwich. Pity that I didn't have any tomato on hand to brighten things up a little. I'm in love with pesto sauce. Anything goes well with it, in my opinion.

We have signed our little princess up for a twice a week programme to stay in school for lunch and followed on by activities. She enjoys the activities but thoroughly hates the lunch in school for some reasons. So I thought maybe I would pack her favourite lunch and bring it to her later (just 5mins walk from my office). Hopefully this will help reduce her anxiety of lunching there. Cross my fingers.


::: Toddler's Bento Menu :::

Breaded pork fillet

Boiled broccoli

Sliced hard boiled eggs

And since she has 2 snack breaks now, I also packed additional snacks for her.

::: Snack Corner :::

Above - Calbee vegetable sticks with raisins

Below - Double chocolate muffin with a slice of pear

I told hubby that I feel I am packing to go for picnic!

Comments

  1. wont the pear and apple turn brown by the time its eaten?

    what pesto sauce? home made? kekeke can use some ideas lei

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  2. Just rinse the cut pear and apple slices in salt water and wipe them dry before packing into a container. This will prevent discolouration. Although lemon juice will work too, nobody likes the sourish taste in their fruits.

    Pesto sauce is a sauce made from fresh basil leaves, pinenuts and parmesan cheese. Goes best when tossed with hot pasta. Available in fresh (which keeps for 1 week max) and in bottles (which keeps for much longer in fridge). Mine is from Leggos. Cost about $7+ from Cold Storage.

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  3. so there is a tinge of saltiness in the fruits?

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  4. is the choc muffin the one with the buttermilk?
    receipe on your page? coz its damn nice.... *yums*

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  5. Wow! You are a working Mom and yet you prepare so many bento boxes in a day! :) Kudos to you.

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  6. Jo - Yes, there will be a tinge of saltiness on the fruits but it is more acceptable for us than the critusy. Her double choc muffins is from the same batch as the one I gave you. Sorry, I didn't post any recipe here. If you are interested I can email you.

    lzmommy - Thanks! Most of the items are ready-to-use. Prep work and keeping leftovers are key to speedy bentos in the mornings. (^.6)

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