Monday, May 24, 2010

Muffin Tin Monday - seeds, plants & flowers

It's that time again!
This week sees the Springtime mini-series theme continue with "seeds, plants, and flowers".

MTM flower power!

Top row: a bouquet of cheddar tulips, a peanut butter & jelly sandwich with organic fruit leather decoration (using mini-cookie cutters), broccoli bushes (that's a plant, right?) ;-)

Bottom row: a pink flower cup with sunflower kernels, natural applesauce with flower sprinkles, flower shaped pasta drizzled with EVOO and lightly seasoned.

It's not exactly what I had pictured doing for this week, but I had some "help" from a certain three-year-old, so results varied. :)

Want to see some other MTM meals from today? Check them out by clicking over to Muffin Tin Mom site here.
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Lisa said... [Reply to comment]

Super Cute!!

Mommyof2girlz said... [Reply to comment]

Great tin, love the flower pasta idea and the fruit leather flower..too cute :)

Christina said... [Reply to comment]

I love it! The pb&j flower looks great.

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

So beautiful, Melissa!! Perfect as always. Mine didn't turn out like I thought it would, but it does taste good. The kids have been in the Oreo dirt all day.

The Ross Family said... [Reply to comment]

I love your tin.

Jenny said... [Reply to comment]

Healthy, fun lunch! Love the fruit leather on top.

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

The sandwich is so cute!

oh amanda said... [Reply to comment]

How adorable! I love adding the sprinkles to the applesauce--so easy!

Jamie said... [Reply to comment]

Everything is so cute! You did an awesome job!

Jenn @ BentoForKidlet said... [Reply to comment]

This is so cute! I love all of the fun shapes and bright colors :D If Monday weren't such a lazy day around here I might give the muffin tins a try lol

frosty said... [Reply to comment]

Did you see my sad attempt at a muffin tin? My 3 year old saw your blog and begged me to make him one this weekend (actually two)

UtahJenny said... [Reply to comment]

That is so pretty, almost too pretty to eat! But I bet it was gobbled up quickly.

Amber said... [Reply to comment]

This is so adorable

Melanie said... [Reply to comment]

love that flower pasta - my two year old would love that. :)

Melissa said... [Reply to comment]

The best thing about flower pasta (and wagon wheel pasta too) is that it's so much easier for little ones to eat with a fork since the tines go right through the holes! :)

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