Shoestring Bento: Flower Kabobs

Shoestring Bento: Flower Kabob from bunchesolunches.comFor today’s Shoestring Bento, I made flower kabobs. Originally I planned on using coffee stirrers for the kabobs, but after taking a Facebook survey, I discovered that’s not a thing people normally keep in their house. Go figure. So I pulled out my trusty bamboo skewers, cut one in half and slide the mini sandwiches onto the stick.


In this lunch:
Great Harvest Honey Whole Wheat Bread
Applegate Farms Ham
Organic Romaine
Tillamook Cheese
Purple Grapes
Pretzel Sticks
Trader Joe’s Yogurt Star
Organic Baby Carrots
Organic Celery

This lunch was served in Easy Lunch Boxes. The flower cookie cutter used was the Wilton linzer cutter. I used a knife to cut the vegetables.

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7 responses to “Shoestring Bento: Flower Kabobs”

  1. Kathy says:

    Lunch on a stick is always fun. I love the look of your kebobs – slightly unusual but attractive! I once made a very strange marionette lunch out of kebobs.
    Kathy recently posted…Snow Globe Bento LunchMy Profile

  2. I love this lovely and creative bento! 🙂 Looks yummy!

  3. Now I have a new way to use my linzer cutter – that is so clever!
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