Bento 175 Cheat “Swiss Roll” Bento and Pesto Pasta with Sunflower seeds

Cheat Swiss Roll Bento

Can’t bake but still want to make swiss rolls and cinnamon sugar rolls?  This is perfect 😛  All we need is rolling pin, 2 slices of bread, butter, cinnamon and sugar 😉

Again, these bite sized rolls look little right?  There are actually 2 slices!!!! Since I be in school to help out, I shall see if gal finish them later.

Oh, inside the piggy and panda containers are just some sweets. 🙂 🙂

Cheat Swiss Roll Bento

Cheat Swiss Roll Bento

(See below for written note on how to do the rolls, sorry, no time to take picture. Maybe when I have time.)

How?

  1. Mix 2 tbsps of  cinnamon powder and sugar in equal proportion.   Put them in an old glass container for future use.
  2. Cute the sides off 2 slices of breads.  Roll and flatten them. (Use 2 different colored bread for better effect.)
  3. Spread butter over both slices.  Sprinkle the cinnamon sugar over the butter.
  4. Stack 1 slice of bread over another on top of a cling wrap.
  5. Roll the slices up.  Wrap it with the cling wrap, leave it for a few minutes for the bread to ‘fasten’.
  6. Open up the cling wrap, cut.
  7. DONE!

Pesto Pasta with Sunflower Seeds and Broccoli

Pasta inside the food jar. The sunflower seeds give the punch.  A favorite family dish that is super easy to make in the morning.

Pesto Pasta with Sunflower Seeds Bento

Pesto Pasta with Sunflower Seeds Bento

How?

  1. Boil pasta in salted boiling water.
  2. While pasta is boiling, toast sunflower seeds in the oven for 10 minutes.
  3. Discard all but some water when pasta done.
  4. Scoop in 1 tbsp of store bought pesto sauce (or home made if you know how). (1 tbsp per serving, so 2 servings, 2 tbsps).  Mix well.
  5. Sprinkle ground black pepper, and generous amount of grated Parmesan cheese, mix well again.
  6. Scoop into food jar.
  7. DONE!
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