I received my box of goodies from the Bento Bloggers & Friends Treasure Hunt which you can read about here and was itching to try out some of my new
I normally keep some cheerios in the freezer for the days I feel lazy or there's not leftovers from dinner for Miss M's lunch. I normally make them into Octo-Dogs (tutorial in the works) but I've been eyeing off these little sausage/hot dog cutters since I first saw them - how quick & simple to cute-ify a cheerio?
But I didn't realise our cheerios are a little big
This is my first attempt
Straight out of the mould. . . .
I figured out to cut the cheerios in half which made a difference, but they are a little tatty with the skins
When I make Octo-dogs for Miss M I normally don't bother cooking them, but the instructions (well, I followed the pictures as I don't read Japanese) said to fry, so I did.
I left one of each raw as a comparison and you can definitely see the difference with the cuts opening up in the cooked version.
I think I prefer the bunny to the turtle, but I'm sure they will both be popular additions to Miss M's lunchbox and I love how quick & easy they are.
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