18 October 2013

Frightful Fall Hop - Mummy

Welcome to the Bento Bloggers & Friends Frightful Fall Blog Hop.  Click on the button near the end of this post to follow the hop and see every one's terrifyingly frightful lunches!  Our lunch is what I like to call, "a yummy mummy lunch".


Top box:  Baby carrots, black plum wedges, soft pretzel pieces, pretzel salt with black peppercorn eyes, and baby heirloom tomatoes.  The little mummy in the tomatoes is from a set of Halloween wood clips I found at Michaels last year.

Bottom box:  Mummy pretzels (pretzel pieces wrapped up in string cheese), ham, strawberry, and cucumbers.

You could definitely use a hot dog instead of pretzel pieces to make these mummies.  One of these mummies would also make a good baby Jesus for a Christmas bento lunch...hint, hint you may see this again :)



Now, click the button above and hop on over to Licious Lunches and see another frightening fall lunch.



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17 comments

17 comments :

  1. Fantastic but frightening mummies! Amazing technique!

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  2. Ooh, the wee pretzel mummies are so cute and creepy!!

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  3. So cute! I have those little clips from Michael's too.

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  4. Your string cheese looks amazingly realistic!!! That is amazing...and before I read your post (just having seen the picture), I totally saw baby Jesus, too!

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  5. Those mummy pretzels are genius!!!!

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  6. Cute mummies!!! Have not seen a string cheese selling in my country!!! Really amazing!!

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  7. The mummies are adorable and your photo is amazing! What a great lunch, Anna!

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  8. Your mummy pretzels are so smart! Love them!

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  9. The mummies looks so realistic! This is a great lunch!

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  10. What a cute way to make mummies!

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  11. Love using the string cheese for mummies instead of the normal baked ones you see ... so clever!

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