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Non-bento #44: Chocolate covered strawberry Totoro

December 25, 2011

in bento,non bento

After I got my job at the Behemoth, I’ve been traveling back and forth between New York and San Diego. I have a fully functional kitchen at my temporary living space in San Diego but Derek (the person I cook cutesy food for) is in New York, and it just hasn’t been fun making character food for myself. :/

But! I came back to New York for the last time before our big move, and I finally had the time to make some cute food for the holidays!

Non-bento #44: Chocolate covered strawberry Totoro

Non-bento #44: Chocolate covered strawberry Totoro
Quick easy sweets turned out to be a time consuming nightmare… as usual. But I somehow managed to make some (with huge help from Derek) and here are some previews of the delicious victory.

Non-bento #44: Chocolate covered strawberry Totoro

Non-bento #44: Chocolate covered strawberry Totoro

Non-bento #44: Chocolate covered strawberry Totoro

Non-bento #44: Chocolate covered strawberry Totoro

Non-bento #44: Chocolate covered strawberry Totoro

Non-bento #44: Chocolate covered strawberry Totoro

Non-bento #44: Chocolate covered strawberry Totoro

Hopefully I can post more photos of the final food later.

Happy Holidays everyone!!

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maruruNo Gravatar December 26, 2011 at 2:05 am

yay!! so happy to see your return!!

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bluegieNo Gravatar December 26, 2011 at 6:59 pm

Merry belated x’mas and happy new year!
I’ve been waiting for your new entry for a long time!! Those totoro strawberries are so kawaii :D . Hope to see you making new bentos soon :) .

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smartremNo Gravatar January 3, 2012 at 3:07 am

Happy new year, lots of great thing for 2012!
Glad to see you back!

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MeiNo Gravatar January 4, 2012 at 9:46 am

Hi, i am a big fan of Totoro and so glad to stumble upon you blog and see many delightful totoro creation. Thumbs up.

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YishiNo Gravatar January 15, 2012 at 8:10 pm

Wow, these are so cuuute and look way too good to be eaten!!!~

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RachelNo Gravatar January 16, 2012 at 1:47 am

Happy New Year! I wish you and Derek well through the long distance, knowing from personal experience just how hard it can be. I hope your new job is going well and thanks for sharing this cute recipe!

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AikoVenusNo Gravatar January 18, 2012 at 3:19 pm

Its great seeing you again Anna! Lovely Totoros that I need to make now – and happy new year! ^^

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jessicaNo Gravatar January 29, 2012 at 9:38 pm

awsome do you think you can do like maby some sort of decorated pocky with out a kit you buy at a store????

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Laurel HallNo Gravatar February 2, 2012 at 11:58 pm

They are so cute and yummy! I like how the sourness of the strawberry and the sweetness of the chocolate are mixed together.

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food and gamingNo Gravatar February 13, 2012 at 5:12 pm

Wow! Those are adorable and it looks delicious too!

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FishNo Gravatar September 3, 2012 at 10:01 am

Hai, I just discovered you, I LOVE what you do! :D I’m planning on trying out these totoro strawberries, but how did you make the ears? O.O
They look simple and easy but oh heck no haha,
I can’t wait to see more from you, :)

–> If you made a youtube channel of you making these foods and etc, you’d be a huge hit! :)

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