Wednesday, June 4, 2014

Wordless Wednesday {linky}: Family Obento Ideas - Homemade Milo Cake & Fruits | Week 23


 What's in my obento this week? 
Homemade Milo Cake and Fresh Fruits in a foldable lunchbox.

Haven't had time to bake since Lil Pumpkin's birthday but I'm glad I still get to enjoy homemade cakes from mummy. Her Milo Cake was so moist and yummy~

Obento {お弁当} is a home-packed meal common in Japanese cuisine and doesn't always need to be complicated or time-consuming. I hope to inspire you to create delicious, everyday obento meals for your family with these simple ideas and tools.

These photos are part of the 52 Weeks Family Obento Ideas series.

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24 comments:

Celebrate Woman said...

Love your pictures. Every time I visit, you've got something new to share!

Karren Haller said...

You are so creative with your lunches!! Thanks for sharing!! I have linked back to you in my WW post today!!

Joyce Lansky said...

You can't go wrong with cake and fruit. Thanks for stopping by.

http://joycelansky.blogspot.com/2014/06/ww-dogs-at-bank.html

stevebethere said...

I agree with Karen and it looks delicious with those lovely strawberries :-)

Have a caketastic week ;-)

Masshole Mommy said...

Cake and fruit sounds like a winning combination to me!

Stephanie Jefferson said...

Question Ai, where did you get those toothpicks from? i love that they are multipronged.

Ai Sakura said...

Thanks all! I gotta steal that recipe from mum now :p

Steph: I replied you on your blog too :) Got them from Japan but they sell online at Bento&co too

alissa apel said...

Such cute little characters! It looks yummy to!

Cathi said...

Happy WW!

Czjai Reyes-Ocampo said...

Milo cake recipe, please! :)

mail4rosey said...

What a fun treat! I bet this was a huge hit! :)

Tabitha Blue said...

Ohh, you should share the recipe!!

Cascia Talbert said...

Looks good! Have a terrific night!

Emily @ Have A Laugh On Me said...

Straws are just coming in to season here and my kids LOVE them! How cool your mummy baking for you x

RNSANE said...

Such a lovely way to eat...I can't imagine any child saying know to something so delightful.

I had the good fortune to visit Japan on two occasions...meals were always so beautifully arranged. My wonderful host nurse colleagues took us to a kaiseki dinner one night that was so exquisite. Everything about that short visit to Japan...a whirlwind trip that included three days each in Osaka/Kyoto, Akita, and Tokyo left me with the memories of a lifetime.

My post for WW is about India.

Bailey said...

Great lunches.

Stacy Uncorked said...

I think this one's my favorite so far...for obvious reasons! ;)

Sea of White and Green (with a Spot of Orange)

Kristin Aquariann said...

Yum, what a delightful dessert! ^.^

Jessica Fiorillo said...

Looks so pretty & yummy!

StarTraci said...

Cute and yummy!
:-)
Traci

Theresa Mahoney said...

I love strawberries. Now that they are in season, I have been eating a ton of them lately!

Clairejustine oxox said...

Whoo yummy, I want this lunch box :)

Ai Sakura said...

Ahhahaha ok I'll get the Milo Cake recipe from her! :P thanks for coming by this week lovelies!

Diana M. said...

Looks adorable! Love the little figurine forks!