Muffin Tin Monday

Welcome to another edition of Muffin Tin Monday, the weekly blog link up that shares reader submitted Muffin Tin Meals. Muffin Tin Mom is the official home of the Muffin Tin Meal and your place to find all things MTM.

Serving food in a muffin tin is a fantastic way to introduce new foods to kids. It also helps parents break up the "sandwich rut" as I like to call it. You never know what your child might try.

I bought some "sandwich thins" made by orrow wheat at the market this week. They look like rectangles. The bread is soft whole wheat goodness. The kids loved them!

We used butterfly silicone cupcake liners we found at Target last year. Keep your eyes peeled this year for some fun finds like these.

In this "tin": 4 mini turkey and cheese sanwiches, tangerines, fresh broccoli and ranch dip

Now, it's your turn. Did you make a muffin tin meal? link up here by adding the URL of your blog post or photo by clicking on the "add your link" button below. Happy Monday!
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  1. Yum, we LOVE sandwich thins!

  2. Love your Muffin Tin Monday's!

    My 11 yr old stepson is visiting & made my first Muffin Tin Meal lunch for him today...

    Thanks for the inspiration!!!

  3. I can never get my little ones to eat any sandwiches besides PB&J. And a grilled cheese once in awhile. I get so bored, but they never do! LOVE those little muffin cups. :)

  4. I love your little butterfly cups. Those sandwich thins sound delicious. WE used some sort of sandwich thins (not sure what they were called exactly) last summer for our tomato sandwiches. With our tomatoes straight from the garden they were delicious.

  5. Your butterfly muffin cups are really cute.

  6. Love the butterfly cups! We love the sandwich thins here too. Pepperidge Farm has new goldfish shaped sandwich thins which we are totally using for my little girl's Under the Sea birthday party in a couple weeks. :)

  7. I wasn't able to leave a comment on your other site, but in case readers are still looking for the basic/metal 6 cup muffin pan, I just found some at WalMart for 97 cents...hope some others are able to find these!