Sunday, 3 March 2013

Bento#March01~Bear love doughnuts!

Today happy Sunday morning let my kids enjoyed making mini edible doughnut that I bought last week. I'm sure this "Happy Kitchen Doughnut" in Japan country very common and can get many other choices. Gosh....I missed Japan =_=" Anyway, I managed to get it here for a trial and let my kids have fun!
Let me show you the box. Is pretty small, just nice for children hands and makes me want to joined in the fun!! Haha...but I told them let me take pictures before they get started ^_^
Behind the box with Japanese wordings and some photos guideline. Phew....or else I will stuck there......haha....After my kids rolled two different flavours small balls, I took pictures!!
Next, put one of the dough to the flower shape and pressed. Turn over and slightly hit to let it drop. So adorable right?? I think I'm the one more excited than my children :D
Final touch adding the decoration. The most happy part for them.....but with mummy helped out ^_^ After finished the deco, I let it rest in the fridge.
As usual Sunday noon, family hang out! So I bought coffee bun for her tomorrow school snack. I used bear cutter mold to cut out the cheese and add in nori for details. Put the mini doughnut on top of the bear and secure with pick. Simple snack!
A closer look of the bear :) And the bear eyes were fondants. Some honey cherry tomato and extra mini doughnuts.
This is the bear cutter mold I've used.
I hope you will like this simple bear bento snack ^_^ Have a great Sunday! Cheers!

6 comments:

  1. Oh my, that is just too cute!

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    1. Thank you so much Cristi (*¯︶¯*)

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  2. I have seen these sets, but never really know how they taste like. is it nice?

    Very cute and perfect match with teddy! :D

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    1. Tasted like marshmallow but not as spongy. And is sweet! Gosh...luckily only bought one box ^_^

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  3. So cute! So the doughnuts don't have to be baked before eating? V convenient.

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    1. Thanks dear ^_^ Yes, no nd to baked as just like playing playdough but edible.

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