Sunday, May 30, 2010

Muffin Tin Monday - breakfast

This week's round of Muffin Tin Monday did not have a theme. And while I had some ideas float around in my head, in the end I was not feeling very inspired. I ended up making a breakfast tin.
MTM breakfast in a tin!

Across the top row: homemade raspberry crumb mini-muffin, banana pop, strawberry.
Bottom row: grapes, plain yogurt with an apricot fruit leather flower, homemade raisin granola mix.

The banana on a popsicle trick is total genius, but alas, I can't take credit for it at all. Alie showed off that bit of brilliance with her MTM post a few weeks ago! Isn't it fantastic?! Way to go, Alie! My girl Paigey-pie was so thrilled with it she bit off the end before I could take the picture!

If you would like to see what other MTM peeps are up to today you can click over to the Muffin Tin Mom site here and check them out! :)
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Jamie said... [Reply to comment]

How cool! I love the banana pop! Very yummy breakfast, too. :)

JDaniel4's Mom said... [Reply to comment]

The banana pop is genius. The breakfast looks yummy and so healthy.

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care-in said... [Reply to comment]

I am so copying the banana pop!

Christina said... [Reply to comment]

Looks like a very yummy breakfast! I'm loving the banana pop, too. My daughter would LOVE that! She absolutely loves bananas.

Tifani says... said... [Reply to comment]

Yummy!! Wish I had one.

Mommyof2girlz said... [Reply to comment]

Awesome breakfast tin. Is the raspberry crumb from scratch? Sounds like a delish recipe :)

Melissa said... [Reply to comment]

Mommyof2girlz - yep! It's made using a recipe for a plain base muffin that you can add whatever fruit you like. The crumb topping is something I add to a lot of stuff we bake. Gives the top a nice texture. :)
I made these up awhile back and have had them in the freezer. They thaw overnight and are just as soft and fresh as could be the next day! My baby was too young to partake when I first made them, but he's been enjoying them with his breakfasts lately. So fun to have another real eater in the house now! :)

The Planet Pink said... [Reply to comment]

Love the banana pop! We have those popsicle bases too so I'm all set. They also work great as corn on the cob holders - I stick a knife in the cob first and then stick the popsicle base in. The girls love it!

w said... [Reply to comment]

it looks great. and the banana pop is genius! my girls love bananas - and i just got pop makers! it's perfect!

Melissa said... [Reply to comment]

Oh, Tricia! That's a great idea for corn-on-the-cob! We have the regular little end handle skewer things for corn, but I'm always afraid the kids are going to stab themselves or poke their eyes out with them. LOL!

Man, who knew popsicle handles could be so versatile? :)

Alie said... [Reply to comment]

You are so sweet. I feel like a celebrity just for sticking a Popsicle stick in a banana... :)

Tifani says... said... [Reply to comment]

Just saw the real popsicle on your Twitter feed. YUM!!

frosty said... [Reply to comment]

Melissa, what is that muffin recipe anyway? I am always looking for breakfast ideas that we can grab and go with.

Melissa said... [Reply to comment]

I'll email you, Frosty. :)

Anonymous said... [Reply to comment]

These ideas are soooo much fun. I can't wait till my grand daughter (due in is old enough for me to treat her with these..THANKS!!!

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