One of our readers asked for a Gudetama post and I was happy to make one. This lazy egg is not only one of my favourite characters, he is also great to make character bento with. How about preparing a special Gudetama lunch or picnic?
The Hello Kitty blog shows how to make Gudetama out of mashed potato and egg – so cute!
Lydz came up with a Gudetama cookie recipe that looks easy enough to make. She used icing and outlined the details with an edible marker.
I believe that Eimear was one of the first persons to come up with Gudetama recipes. I’d love to try her cute Gudetama Apricot Pudding Recipe.
You can basically turn every boiled egg or omelette into Gudetama with cutout nori (dried seaweed) pieces. You might even pick up some ideas by looking at the cute dishes served at the Japanese Gudetama Cafe, like the pancake dish pictured above.
These utensils come from shops that also sell other bento related Gudetama goodies, so it’s worth browsing around.
Enjoy your Gudetama lunch!