Sunday, November 20, 2011

Featured Friday - Thanksgiving!

In the process of this week's Sandwich Spin posts, I decided to hold the Featured Friday for the weekend. Since it's Thanskgiving week, what could be better than a bunch of turkey bento ideas!

Turkey shaped sandwiches don't have to be complicated at all. Actually, from a round sandwich, it's pretty easy to make a turkey! Just use your favorites to make feathers, faces and beaks, and voila! A turkey!

Mine from last year--the turkey is cut from cheeses, using a circle cutter and part of a duck cutter.

Multi-colored apple slices make cute turkey feathers in this bento from Bentology

From Our Lil' Kingdom, scalloped cheese slices poke out as the turkey feathers

From Cute Food for Kids, a simple turkey sandwich with cheese feathers and a bit of pepper and nori for accents.

From Crouching Mother, Hidden Toddler, this turkey has feathers made from multi-colored bell peppers, using a the ears on a bunny cookie cutter to shape them.

Want more Thanksgiving lunch inspiration?
Check out Ten Thanksgiving Lunch Ideas on Parent Map!

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4 comments:

  1. Cute bentos! Let people know they can participate in the Thankgiving Bento Link-Up at Diana Rambles. Entries taken through Nov 27!

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  2. Thanks! I knew I was forgetting something! :)

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  3. Thanks for sharing my lunch with your readers! =) Have a fantastic day!

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  4. Love all the turkeys! Funny that turkey is so widely represented in bento for T-day. Have a great holiday!

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