Monday, 20 May 2013

Alice in Wonderland - White Rabbit

Last week at day care Miss M's class hosted a Mad Hatter's Tea Party. There was a lot of excited build up for the kids & I couldn't help but be inspired & send a week's worth of Wonderland in a Lunchbox. You can see a collection of Pinspiration here.
The first day was White Rabbit day

In the main compartment I sent:
Sausages, cut as rabbits; a rabbit egg; some steamed broccoli
White rabbit ham & cheese sandwich
Green yoghurt with frozen White Rabbit shape
Pepperoni & cheese clock

In the top layer I sent:
Checkerboard Apple
White Rabbit bottom cake

For more detail on each section please continue reading :-)

I fell in love with this little Egg Rabbit from Eats Amazing and couldn't wait to give it a try. I didn't round off the ears & as a result they sort of flopped a bit. Eyes are black sesame seeds.

It's a bit difficult to see the detail on the sausages, but if you squint you can see the little rabbit eyes & smile.  I used this sausage cutter available from affiliate Bento USA

We had our usual cheese & ham sandwich. Today it was turned into a white rabbit by using a gingerbread man pancake mould, turned on it's head, arms cut off & rearranged as nose. Details are made from ham off cuts, black sesame seds & sultanas. The glasses are also from affiliate Bento USA.

I added a drop of food colouring to Miss M's yoghurt to turn it green & left her frozen shape as plain vanilla. I can't remember where I got my easter silicon mould from, but I'm pretty sure it was Aldi.

I used a FooDoodler (available from affiliate Neat 2 Eat) to draw some clock hands on cheese to go with crackers & Pepperoni from Walkerston Country Meats.

Originally I'd planned to send a plain Rabbit bottom cake. . .

Then I thought the bottom would stand out nicer with some colour behind it. . .

So I 'painted the grass green' ;-)

Different sized marshmallows used to create the rabbit, and foot detail with Writing Icing

Do tune in this week for the rest of this series & check out some of the fantastic lunches that inspired me at Bent On Better Lunches Linky Party below.

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Disclosure: This is not a sponsored post. This post was written for Loving Lunches. No product was received for this post. All opinions expressed are my own, based on personal experience with the product.


  1. Fantastic lunch! I love your yogurt rabbit shape with green yogurt.

    1. Thank you Kathy! I love my little mould set :-)

  2. Oh so much cuteness!! And those bunny bums on the cupcakes! Hehe :D Love it!

    1. Thank you Jenn :-) There's nothing quite like a cutie tushie is there?


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