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So for Muffin Tin Monday this week we made our own snack patterns. I made the first two and then left the ingredients in cups for B to make a couple. So fun!
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We hunted for orange food this week at the grocery store. Fun! B’s favorite was cheetos but the carrots and mac n cheese were left at the table. B never eats the mac n cheese when it is leftovers. Who knew he could tell?!
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The theme for this week’s Muffin Tin Monday is Christmas. I decided to focus on Christmas colors and have a Red and Green meal. We bought a new green tin at Hobby Lobby (How can you resist a child saying “We should get this for Muffin Tin Monday.” OK!) and then went on a hunt to fill it with red foods. I had B searching the pantry for red food ideas. After I said no to filling one section with ketchup (although it is red), I gave in to the red sucker idea. So not a super healthy meal, but a fun one!
This week’s theme for Muffin Tin Monday is “Christmas Morning”. I have NO idea what we will be eating Christmas morning. We don’t really have a tradition in place yet. I’m dreaming of something special, yet fast and easy. Any ideas?
So I gave B 3 waffles and some toppings to build a snowman. Here is the final product….
There wasn’t a theme this week for Muffin Tin Monday so it was the perfect time to use our new snowman tin (Target Dollar Spot $2.50). What else do people do with these besides Muffin Tin Monday? Muffins? Ice? Anyway after arranging a variety of food in this cute tin, all B ate was the sandwich and chips! Ahhhh! We can’t wait for next week’s Christmas Morning theme!
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“Thanksgiving” was the theme this week for Muffin Tin Monday. B enjoyed eating from his turkey tins (construction paper taped to the muffin cups). I can’t wait to see what creative ideas everyone else came up with!
I just couldn’t come up with anything creative for Muffin Tin Monday and then B announced that it was Brown Bear’s birthday. So we had a party. I used old, stale ice cream cones as my muffin tin with applesauce, yogurt, and fruit in them (all with sprinkles).
I just had to include a picture of B with his “party hat” on. Also, he made that sign for Brown Bear and afterwards I said, “Do you want me to write Happy Birthday, Brown Bear on it?” and he said “Mama, I already did”. (Ooooh, right, ok!). This turned out to be a really fun snack. We sang and B blew out the candle for Brown Bear. The ice cream cones do get soggy and break after a few minutes so whoever is eating them has to stay focused. =)
The theme for Muffin Tin Monday this week is “Outer Space”. B has minimal background knowledge about space so we went with a really simple tin. He gobbled it up and we talked about how astronauts go to space.
Today’s theme for Muffin Tin Monday is Fall Harvest/Halloween. I decided to whip up some blueberry pancakes to make “pumpkin faces”.