Who knew that pasta could be shaped into flowers? Since Cherry Blossoms were at its peak, which means Spring is being welcomed here in Japan, I made a Spring inspired breakfast for my little kawaii Patootee.

Spring Inspired Cute Food for Kids

Nori Sea weed
Purin / Pudding
Vegetable mixed Tofu
Cheese Roll

This is how I shaped the pasta to look like a flower....

Spring Inspired Cute Food for Kids

I cut the Nori Seaweed for stems and leaves.
With a little bit of creativity, you can transform leftover foods into adorable and cute foods that seems to look appetizing for kids.

My Little Patootee, Azumi

Azumi Kawaii Princess

Enjoy your weekend Dearies..

18 kawaii thoughts:

Jellybelly said... [Reply to comment]

How pretty they are! Almost a shame to eat them :)

vernz said... [Reply to comment]

My gosh so lovely naman neto bams... those bento decors.. .. wala kasi gaano dito sa pins pabenta.. you need to buy it online...pattotee.. you're big na..

rose said... [Reply to comment]

Parang hindi choosy si Anzu ano Bams.. Galing mo na magrepare ng foods.

rikka said... [Reply to comment]

Cute!!!!! Everything is cute! from the spaghetti to your daughter... Hihihi! Love it!

Mel Avila Alarilla said... [Reply to comment]

I could not help but marvel at your creativity with presenting your darling child with appetizing and artistic food. If you happen to serve such kind of food to me, I would probably not eat it but bring it home to appreciate its artistry. Parang nakakahinayang kainin sa ganda nang presentation. Thanks for the artistic post. God bless you all always.

Sassy Chef Recipes said... [Reply to comment]

Oh my, your daughter is such a lucky girl! I wanted to wake up every morning to that!! Thanks for posting :)

Please check my FTF entry for this week: Sinampalukang Kambing
Much ♥,
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nuts said... [Reply to comment]

i can't believe how well you do your culinary skill, seeing your food photos in your FB totally amaze me. and look now at your spring inspired meal design, So wow!

January said... [Reply to comment]

that's cute indeed..:)

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tx sweetie said... [Reply to comment]

she looks cute! love how you made her food, looks tasty to me and those little pink spoon and fork makes me wanna buy some too!

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Jenny said... [Reply to comment]

look very yummy and decorative breakfast...the baby is so cute too...

heres mine...http://www.jenbestfriend.com/?p=232

Mars said... [Reply to comment]

Kawaii pasta flower!!! I'm sure Azumi enjoyed the food very much! =^_^=

Mirage said... [Reply to comment]

love love love! i really enjoy your kawaii dishes and how you edit your photos!

dothy said... [Reply to comment]

very creative! parang gusto ko na lng tingnan yung food at wag na kainin :)

Russ said... [Reply to comment]

What a great job. It looks so good. I bet she really enjoyed it.

arvin said... [Reply to comment]

pahingi ng kinakain ni Anzu...hehe..joke..

Anzu's Mum said... [Reply to comment]

Thank you Sir Mel :) naku nakaka-challenge naman but actually, hindi pa creative to compare to some Japanese moms who usually prepare cute baon for their kids. Thank you ;) hihi

Mel Cole said... [Reply to comment]

Sana isang Japanese Mom din ako para ma boost ko ang creative presentation in foodie stuff. You have the knack talaga mam bambz. Ang sarap nyan kainin. Sus!

Anzu's Mum said... [Reply to comment]

Naku mommy Mel you dont have to be a japanese para ma-boost ang creativeness mo.. ako kasi walang ginagawa sa morning kaya kung ano ano nagagawa ko. Maraming available ideas online, you might want to search para kay lil George when the time comes na gusto mo gumawa ng cute foods. Thank you my dear

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