Winnie the Pooh Foodart Soba

Winnie the Pooh Foodart Soba (2)Winnie the Pooh foodart soba

Something exciting is brewing, can’t wait to share more with you in about one month’s time. But in the meantime, I am contented with just making this simple but cute Winnie the Pooh foodart using soba noodles for breakfast today.

Slept a little later than usual (see above). So I figured why stress myself and make a bento.

Soba foodart is always an awesome option as it requires minimal preparations and cooking time.

Do you like Japanese cold noodles? If you do, then this will be up your alley. Winnie the Pooh Foodart Soba (1)

For today’s cute soba foodart, I made Winnie the Pooh and Piglet, alongside a pot of Hunny (honey)!

Winnie the Pooh

  • Tumeric Soba noodles
  • Seaweed
  • Egg sheet (to line the base of the seaweed parts)*

Piglet

  • Purple sweet potato soba noodles
  • Picnic ham
  • Seaweed
  • Egg sheet (to line the base of the seaweed parts)*

Hunny (honey) jar

  • Aburaage (fried tofu pocket)
  • Egg sheet

*the egg sheets helps to prevent the seaweed from wrinkling too much when placed on top of the noodles. The fine lines are of course not possible to line with egg sheets. But I did cut some oval egg sheet pieces for the eyes/nose parts of Winnie the Pooh, and eyes for Piglet. Winnie the Pooh Foodart Soba (3)

To accompany this plate of Winnie the Pooh foodart soba noodles, I prepared some tsuyu dipping sauce and extra spring onions.

Have a wonderful Thursday! One more day to weekend~~ woohoo


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4 Comments
  • Cherie
    May 31, 2015

    Looks so cute! May I know where did you get the sweet potato soba noodles from?

    • Little Miss Bento, Shirley Wong
      May 31, 2015

      Hi Cherie

      Thank you! I think I got them at a Fair held at Isetan. Alternatively you can look out for sakura udon (they sometimes are sold during fairs too) or replace with ume soba (but noodle type is usually thinner than these)

  • kwbentodiary
    May 28, 2015

    Perfect and yummy!