Temari Rabbit 2-Tier Bento #34

Chocolate covered blueberries, a cherry, cucumber wedges, grape tomatoes, mandarin oranges, brioche toast, and a baked egg on a bed of creamed spinach.

I wouldn't say this is a recipe. It's pretty much just a thing, like putting peanut butter on a tortilla and wrapping it around a banana. So I won't call it a recipe. Just instructions.

For the egg--which is lovely--warm up your toaster oven (or your actual oven, I guess, if you want to make lots). Using leftover creamed spinach (or the prepared kind you get in the freezer section) make a little "crust" of sorts in a silicone baking cup. Crack an egg in it. Sprinkle with cheese (I used parmesan here but cheddar is also nice). Bake for about 15 minutes or until your egg is as set as you like it. (I forgot about mine and my egg baked all the way through. Oh, well. It still tastes good that way. But the thing about baked eggs is supposed to be the pretty, runny yolk for you to dip your toast in. So you might want to set a timer and not get involved in reruns of Frasier, thus totally forgetting about your dinner.)

No matter how long you've baked your egg, you can treat this like a spread for your toast. And it's really lovely.


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