Bento lunches are great. They give the opportunity for you to pack anything you want. Some people just use leftovers. Others find creative ways to make food look really fun and cute, as is the case with this Mickey Mouse Bento Lunch for Halloween. Here’s how to make it.
Halloween Mickey Mouse Bento Lunch
Mickey Mouse sandwich with ham.
Trail mix candy corn
Green jello slime with mini chocolate chips
Salad with Mickey grape tomatoes, RIP mini Babybel, Colby Jack Cheese flower
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- Mickey Mouse cookie cutter
- mini flower cookie cutter
- measuring spoons
- Bento box
Kitchen Art Cook’s Pro Adjust-A-Measure Set, 3-Piece2 Pack Mickey Mouse Stainless Steel Sandwich Cookie CutterStarPack Mini Cookie/Vegetable Cutter Shapes Set (5 Piece)EasyLunchboxes 3-Compartment Bento Lunch Boxes, Set of 4
- 2 slice of bread, white or wheat
- 2 slices of ham lunch meat
- Bag of Trail mix
- Candy Corn
- Individual cup of green jello
- Handful of mini chocolate chips
- Salad mix
- 4 grape tomatoes
- 2 mini Babybels
- 2 CowPals Snack cheese slices
- Wilton Black Foodwriter
Using the Mickey Mouse cookie cutter, cut the individual slices of bread into Mickey.
On one slice draw the Mickey Mouse face with the Wilton black foodwriter.
Place 2 slices of ham on the sandwich
Include a handful of chex mix with a few pieces of candy corn tossed in.
Add an individual green jello cup with a some mini chocolate chips added.
Include two TBSP of salad mix.
Cut two grape tomatoes in half, add each half to a side of a whole grape tomato looking like Mickey Mouse head.
Unwrap the two mini Babybel, using the Wilton Foodwriter, print RIP on each.
Using a mini flower cookie cutter, cut out the two flowers in the CowPals Snack Cheese slices.
Place in the Bento box for a lunch time treat with a special note included.