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Bentos for Kindergartener and Third-grader 
3rd-Dec-2012 08:48 am
Millie bento
This week they had a truncated schedule because of parent/teacher conferences. The Kindergartener's "lunch" period was at 10:30; the third-graders, at 10:50. Dismissal was 11:45. Therefore, this week's bentos are all teensy, and I didn't bother too much about making them super balanced, since they had allllll afternoon to fill in any nutritional gaps.

Monday: Mini penne with marinara. Meatball. Broccoli. Mini bell pepper.

bento 11-26-12


Tuesday: Focaccia with parmesan, dill, and sea salt. Tamagoyaki. Broccoli. Mini bell pepper.

bento 11-27-12

Wednesday: Mini bagel with cream cheese for 3rd grader and butter for Kinder. Cucumber. Mini bell pepper. Blackberries.

bento 11-28-12

Thursday: Quick cheesey drop biscuits. Cucumber. Mini bell pepper. Blackberries.

bento 11-29-12

Friday: Mini bagels with cream cheese for third-grader and blackberry jam for Kinder. Cucumber. Mini bell pepper. Blackberries.

bento 11-30-12
Comments 
4th-Dec-2012 01:12 am (UTC)
I love how some moms gavethese really greats details >x
4th-Dec-2012 08:20 pm (UTC)
How do you make the cheese drops buscuits?

I love all your bento's! they are amazing!!
4th-Dec-2012 08:39 pm (UTC)
Thanks!

Quick Cheesey Drop Biscuits

1 c flour
1/2 tsp salt
1 tsp baking powder
handful grated cheese
1/3 c milk
1/6 c oil

Oven at 400 F. Mix dry ingredients plus cheese. Add liquid ingredients all at once (the easy way to measure it is to take a pyrex measuring cup, pour in 1/3 c milk, then add oil to the 1/2 c line). Stir with a fork. Drop spoonfuls onto an ungreased cookie sheet. Bake for about 11 minutes. Makes about a dozen.
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