Bear In A Blanket

Looking for a fun way to serve breakfast or dinner to your children? I have created a Bear In A Blanket that is so cute children will say “Ahh, Cute!”. My daughter was super excited to see her “sleepy bear” when I finished photographing it. All Aries wanted to do is stare and don’t eat. I’m sharing this creation at Nature Box.

Hope you enjoy making this cute little bear in a blanket for your children.

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Bear In A Blanket
 
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Ingredients
  • 1 Cup of Brown Rice
  • 2 Scrambled Eggs (Omelet- Cooked)
  • A piece of cheese to form the ears and nose
  • Pieces of black sticks such as Black Olives or Licorice to form the eyes and nose.

Instructions
  1. Cook your brown rice on stove top for 45-50 minutes as directed on bag.
  2. Scrambled your eggs with a pinch of salt on med/high temperature on a lightly buttered skillet pan.
  3. To form your Bear In A Blanket:
  4. Place about ½ cup of rice in the middle of the plate to form his body. Then scoop a medium size ball of rice to form his head. To form the bear’s ears, use a small amount of rice by shaping it like a half circle.
  5. Place the omelet on top of the bears body to form the blanket.
  6. Attach the pieces to form his ears, nose & eyes.

  • July 20, 2013 - 9:08 am

    dawn - WOW! This is the most adorable thing I’ve ever seen. I don’t blame your daughter. I wouldn’t want to eat it either. So creative and your photos are beautiful! My kids are teenagers now, but they would have loved something this.
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  • July 27, 2013 - 4:34 pm

    Janet - Oh my gosh, that is sooo cute! I can see why your daughter wouldn’t want to eat it! Thanks for the idea.ReplyCancel

  • September 24, 2013 - 8:01 am

    Healthy Family Breakfast Ideas | Step2 Blog - […] Bear in a blanket: Breakfast has never looks so snuggly and cute! This adorable breakfast idea consists of rice, eggs, and cheese. This combination of foods is filled with tons of protein to help your children grow. […]ReplyCancel

  • November 17, 2013 - 1:20 pm

    Tn - well made but you may have to put a source for this idea tho… I’ve seen this on one of the Japanese website…ReplyCancel

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