I have way too much fun with miniature pancakes. You can do so much with them! I'm way behind in my posts so I think this bento was from two weeks ago. It is a good example of a Speedy Gonzales bento - under ten minutes not including the preheating of the oven. While I wish that I had a small toaster oven for mornings like this one, I have no idea where it would fit in my kitchen. Oh well, it's a dream for the future.
In the bento: Miniature pancakes, Morningstar Farms soy sausage links, edamame on a pick, carrot flowers and strawberry halves. Hidden behind/underneath the bunny pancakes are more pancakes and more edamame.
The Bunny faces were made with nori and sesame seeds for the eyes (secured to the pancakes with a tiny bit of icing), pink icing and half of an edamame for the noses. Small bits of uncooked somen noodles help secure the ears to the rest of the pancake. The carrot flowers were decorated with mustard seeds.
I can hardly believe it's only been a week since Anime Weekend Atlanta! It was a wonderful weekend and I'm so grateful that we got to go. A-chan's favorite part was getting to cosplay. Most of my favorite parts were the panels, although the Trigun manga that I found at the Super Happy Fun Sell was probably the highlight. (Huge Trigun fan, yep! I have a crush on Vash.)
|A-chan and I at AWA. She was so cute with her angel wings! I wasn't very cute but I was wearing my favorite Purple Butterfly covered michiyuki with a matching butterfly hair stick. I'm addicted to hair jewelry.|