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Happy Birthday, Dr Seuss!

In honor of Dr. Seuss' birthday, a group of fellow bento bloggers decided to do another Blog Hop! At the end of this post is a link to the next blog, then at the end of that post is another link to hop on to another blog, and so on and so forth.

I was going to have this fun rhyming poem for this post, but I am not creative with composition, so I'll cut to the chase and here's the lunch:
Cat in the Hat
Green Eggs and Ham

 "Gogurt" in a red silicone ice pop maker with white strips of paper inspired by Cat's Hat. Hardboiled eggs dyed in green w/au natural ham (I went with Green Eggs AND ham instead of Green Eggs and Green Ham).  Wheat thins and candy eggs made with white candy wafers and mini green M&Ms. 

Visit Sarah at Bentoriffic for another Seussical lunch! 


  1. Love it! And I love the color of the eggs!!

  2. What a cute lunch! My green eggs turned out looking more blue. Love the green color.

  3. So cute!!! Brilliant idea with striping the yogurt tube :)

  4. @Keitha, My green turned out aquamarine/teal... I had to soak mine in yellow to turn it a little bit more greenish.

  5. Lovely, love those green eggs n stripes tube. :)

  6. Super tasty bento and love the Gogurt tube!

  7. Myra, super adorable lunch and love your green eggs as well as those green picks :)

  8. LOVE the gogurt tube! Very very clever. :)

  9. Great work with the gogurt tube! I love the green egg treats!

  10. VERY cute Myra! love the gogurt tube and the egg turned out fantastic!

  11. Those eggs are AWESOME! Love love LOVE the gogurt tube!

  12. Love how the candy looks like real eggs and the egg looks like candy! That GoGurt hat is genius!

  13. The Gogurt Tube rocks! Love your lunch, too, of course ;)


  14. So so cute!!! I think a lot of us opted not to dye the ham, green eggs is plenty of color!! :D

  15. i ove the color of the egg.. Did you mix the color to get that green?

  16. I used Wilton Kelly Green but it turned out turquoise, so I soaked it in yellow for a little bit longer to get the green. :)


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