Clockwise, from top: Dole mandarins, grapes, and bite-sized cream cheese and peanut-butter sandwiches)
TIP: When you prepare bento box meals: variety is key. The secret to a successful bento box is bright, complementing colors.
For the pumpkin, decorate using a leaf-inspired food pick and made a face using the skin of a grape. Skewer grapes onto a food pick. Put them into little plastic cups.
When it comes to food and fruits that easily become soggy, separate them into little cups. "I found that children don’t like the mixing of flavors too much," Mickey says.
The collection of ghouls is exceptionally fun to make. First make the peanut butter and cream cheese sandwiches, then take a cookie mold to cut out rounded pieces. Everything else is decoration.
For the mummy, use pieces of rolled bread to make the "wrapped” effect. For the bat, use red food coloring to "paint” on the colors.
Frankenstein’s green complexion is made by brushing a little pesto oil onto bread. The facial details such as eyes, hair, mouth and etc. were made from cut-out Nori and sprinkles.