11.03.2008

Muffin Tin Monday


Bring me those tins ladies!!! How did you do this week? Is it still fun? I hope so! My kids still beg for it!!!
Breakfast

(Clockwise from top left: yogurt smootie, waffles, honeydew, grapes, toast with butter, granola.)

It's no secret...my camera stinks....And more than that, I know nothing of shutter speed, aperature, etc. So the only decent picture of my tin (one that is in focus) is shown above. I guess I need to take a photography class!

Muffin Tin Mamas

The McWilliams


Sycamore Stirrings


Blue Eyed Blessings

My Little Cowoys


reprehriestless warillever


Butterfly Kisses and Elephant Parades


Just 4 Fun

School in 'R Home

A Scrap in Time

On A Whimm


Culture Queen

Special: Election Day Tins:

The Sound You Hear is...Living


Junior Mints and Reeses
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NEXT WEEKS THEME: FAMILY HERITAGE/TRADITIONS

Next Week bring your tins filled with foods from your heritage and/or recipes/foods passed down through your family. YOu can pick your family or do both you and your husband's together. If you really want to get into it, you can incorporate a little history lesson...
(email me if you are struggling!)

For example: My kid's family is swedish, Italian, and Irish...I will be making (or buying) swedish meatballs, Italian pasta, and something for Irish...It will be fun to do research!!! And pick my grandmas brain!

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12 comments:

  1. Hey! I just posted my first Muffin Tin Monday post at http://mylittlecowboys.blogspot.com

    I just love this idea!! My kids loved it and I am looking forward to doing this each week!!

    Kellie

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  2. I am getting into this now. We had our "muffin tin meal" as a pre-trick-or-treat treat on Friday.

    http://warillever.blogspot.com/2008/11/feast-before-fest.html

    I am already excited about next week. I'll include the Cousins' ethnicities as well, so we will have some Irish, Russian, Puerto-Rican and German treats.

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  3. I, too, just posted my first MTM post.

    Here's the link: http://miean.blogspot.com/2008/11/muffin-tin-monday.html

    My son actually ate most of it up (getting him to eat just some is a challenge). I'm already conjuring up ideas for this week's theme.

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  4. I can't wait for next week's challenge!

    Our tin is up please come check it out:)
    http://just4funwithsandy.blogspot.com/2008/11/muffin-tin-monday.html

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  5. Hello! I posted our Muffin Tin Monday. We are fairly new to this- trying it once before a few weeks ago.My kids requested it today. (thankfully there was no theme.) Since there is no Mr. Linky, I assumed you want us to just leave out post blog address here for you.
    Here was our lunch today! I hope to do pretty many of the themes. I love themes. I think a SNOW one in the Winter would be fun and I can't wait for the hearts of Valentines's Day! :0
    Here is my link today!
    http://www.homeschoolblogger.com/SchoolinRhome/613868/
    Have a great day! Pray and vote tomorrow!
    In Christ's love,
    SchoolinRhome

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  6. Try taking pictures without the flash...makes all the difference in the world. It helps to be by a bright window or something.
    :o) Rachel

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  7. Ok I hope I did this right. I just posted our first try with Muffin Tin Mondays! I am at www.pgmscraps.blogspot.com
    Can't wait for next week!

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  8. Thanks again for hosting these! Here's mine!

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  9. Here's ours - your breakfast looks great!

    http://utahjenny.blogspot.com/2008/11/muffin-tin-monday-election-special.html

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  10. What a yummy looking breakfast!!

    I just posted a red, white and blue "tin" for election day! :)

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  11. I was reading your blog last night along with some of the other Moms doing this muffin tin idea. I think this is the coolest idea ever! What a wonderful way to the the children to eat what's put before them. Anyway I posted a recipe a few minutes ago on my blog that I think would work great for the muffin tin idea. Just wanted to let you all know so you could check it out. I have emailed several of my friends these links because they have small children and I just had to share this idea with them!!!
    Thanx!!!

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  12. Hello! My post is finally updated.
    http://culturequeenandprincess.blogspot.com/2008/11/muffin-tin-monday.html

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