Thursday, April 26, 2012

Tiny Dessert Bento

Instead of using a bento box for this bento I packed it in a tiny container that I use for my picks. It was the perfect size for a tiny dessert.
 I lined the container with plastic wrap because it's technically not a bento, so I was not sure about it's food safeness.
 This layer has the yummy fresh fruit I bought at the grocery store today.
  • Strawberry
  • 3 Blackberries
  • 5 Blueberries
  • Watermelon Cubes
 This layer has the delicious (but not pretty) Mock Muddy Buddies.
  • Natural Peanut Butter, Cocoa Powder, Cinnamon, and Stevia blended to combine then mixed with Rice Chex.
 Here it is all wrapped up, The little yellow spoon fit perfectly beside the Muddy Buddies.
And now, Check out my Picks!
 This is what I usually have inside this container. All my food picks!
The top container holds all the picks that have faces on them (Animals, Food with faces, etc.)
The Bottom Container has all the other picks (Leaves, Bones, Rings, Hearts, Flowers, Etc.)


  1. The muddy stuff looks and sounds Delicious! Very cute, colorful bento! ^_^

    1. Thank you. It's a recipe I modified to make healthier, easier, and sugar free. It tastes soooo good and I make it as a quick dessert all the time.

  2. I adore muddy buddies! (Just can't have them, lol) I can't wait to try!

    1. Why can't you have them? These can be made peanut free by using a seed butter or other nut butter, and they can be made with different cereal if you can't have rice or corn chex.

    2. Oh I can have those, just not the real ones (crazy calories!) I can't wait to try yours!

    3. Oh I see. I agree, the calories are crazy! I hope you like my version of them.