Woo’s kids use bento boxes instead of American lunch boxes. The Japanese container always has multiple compartments so that each meal can have a slew of components. So it pretty much goes without saying that Woo’s kids eat well.
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The mom started by making a chocolate turkey treat. She used pretzel sticks, mini marshmallows, and a strawberry to shape the turkey’s body. Then, she dipped it in chocolate to finish it off.
For the main course, Woo added a section with stuffing and roasted turkey slices. She threw in a side of garlic mashed potatoes with gravy, balsamic glazed green beans, brussels sprouts with bacon and a container of cranberry sauce.
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To add a personal touch, the mom put in a handwritten note that said, “I’m so thankful for you.”
The bento box racked up 2.2 million views on TikTok.
“I’m moving in, that’s it!” someone joked.
“You’re literally an artist. That’s so creative,” another asked.
“This looks amazing! You’re such a good mom,” a person commented.
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