Monday, October 25, 2010

Muffin Tin Monday - Halloween

This week's theme on Muffin Tin Monday is Halloween.

Thank god for Pre Halloween Halloween Parties, or I'd have nothing to put in this tin!
Here's this weeks muffin tin:

Muffin Tin Monday Halloween theme
Top Row: Snack o' lantern (fruit salad),  yoghurt with apple skin bat, milk in a trick or treat cup from the party
Bottom Row: fruit muffin with what is meant to be eyes & mouth a la jack o' lantern, rotten eyeballs and worms (or peas & rice), and chicken with jack o' lantern cheese.

I got the idea for the snack o' lanterns from Lizz and decided to make it myself, they came out great! I will definitely be making those again.

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13 comments:

  1. rotten eye balls and worms! ewwww, that's awesome!

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  2. The eyeballs and worms is so awesomely gross! Love it! Great tin!

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  3. Great Tin! And I love the huge smile on your Snack-o-lantern.

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  4. love all the cut outs. and the orange jack o lantern is awesome

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  5. The rotten eyeballs and worms would get JDaniel rolling with laughter. Then he would inhale them.

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  6. This is a fantastic tin! I love that you carved an orange and it was a great idea to fill it with the fruit salad. Also, the eyeballs and worms were very creative. Love it!

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  7. Rotten eyeballs and worms?! Very creative!

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  9. Snack o' lantern, thats so creative! And I love the apple

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  10. Fun tin, I especially love the snack o lantern!

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  12. The apple skin bat looks like it is cut so delicately, what did you use? I tried doing some free-hand cutouts this morning, but they came out either lopsided or smooshed. Oops!

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  13. Thanks guys, I did the apple skin bat freehand. Not sure why I succeeded! I cut the shape in the apple with the knife and then peeled the whole side of the apple and pushed out the cut out part. Its a but thicker than just apple skin.

    I hope that helps.

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