Monday, November 15, 2010

MTM - Food Pyramid & Nutrition (plus a GIVEAWAY!!)

For this week's Muffin Tin Monday the appointed theme from the Muffin Tin Mom was "food pyramid/nutrition".

I thought it was an interesting theme choice since the regular old food pyramid so many of us grew up with seems to have undergone so many face-lifts and transformations over recent years. The question of whether the pyramid should even continue to be used as a guide for healthy eating is an oft debated one. Still, I couldn't pass up the opportunity to craft my own actual food pyramid. Just for old times sake.

MTM - food pyramid

My muffin tin meal contains:
- orange slices and grapes
- food pyramid
- turkey bologna roll-up (cut in half) and a light Babybel cheese round
- peas
- strawberries
- carrots

The food pyramid was fun to make! :)
Wheat Thin pyramid

It's made of Wheat Thin crackers and cream cheese, constructed just like a little house of cards. I scored a lot of "cool mom points" with Ethan on this one! ;-)  "It's kind of like a gingerbread house, but without the candy. And it's cooler."  That is some fantastic praise from the mouth of an architect-wannabe 8 year old!

And now for the GIVEAWAY!!!
Are you curious what it could possibly be? It's very related to the theme of this MTM!
To find out more (and to enter!) you'll need to click HERE.

See ya there! :)
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JDaniel4's Mom said... [Reply to comment]

I love the pryamid. It looks like it would be tricky.

They call me Mommy said... [Reply to comment]

cute cute cute with the wheat thins!!

Kelly Polizzi said... [Reply to comment]

Absolutely awesome! A nice fun yet healthy muffin tin. With beautiful colors as usual. Love your photos.

patty said... [Reply to comment]

My grandbabies would LOVE these!

Meal Plan Mom (Brenda) said... [Reply to comment]

I love this, especially the wheat thin pyramid! Great job. I'm headed to the store now so may need to make up one of our own today! I am hit or miss on participating but this one is totally doable.

SnoopyGirl said... [Reply to comment]

What a great meal! Your food "Pyramid" is sooo fun! Great job my dear! Very creative!

Ludicrous Mama said... [Reply to comment]

I didn't have the gumption to try making a pyramid! Love it!

Leesa said... [Reply to comment]

Your pyramid is fantastic! You are so darn creative and I always look forward to what you make.

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

Okay that is ridiculously adorable!!! Love the pyramid :D

kewkew said... [Reply to comment]

Such a colorful meal! Love the pyramid!!

kewkew said... [Reply to comment]

Not sure what happened to my comment. Just wanted to say I think it is really cool, nice and colorful. And I love the pyramid.

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me said... [Reply to comment]

Could you use this link if you do decide to order? Thanks!

Melissa said... [Reply to comment]

I already have two Goodbyns, and that is plenty for me! That is a great deal on them though!

Lacy @ Catholic Icing said... [Reply to comment]

So cute I couldn't help but click over :-)

Nicely done!

Mrs. Q said... [Reply to comment]

Love the pyramid!

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