Monday, December 13, 2010

Muffin Tin Monday - Christmas II

Another week and another holiday theme.  And for us that's Christmas! 

Muffin Tin Meal Christmas theme

I'm using my orange Muffin Tin, not very Christmasy I know but Emma asked for it and what she says goes! :)

So, what's in the tin?  Homemade crêpe with blackberry jam (rolled into a funny looking ornament), homemade blackberry jam, grapes (more Christmas ornaments), Christmas Tree sandwich, the negative of the sandwich (Emma used it to dip into the jam) and plain yoghurt.



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10 comments:

  1. That looks tasty and healthy! Homemade jam, that is awesome.

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  3. Looks good...the jam in the crepe reminds me of my grandma. She used to make something very similar; we called it fanakuken (I have no idea how we would spell it!) Anyways, love that you make lunch so much fun for your daughter.

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  5. I love that you used the negative too. I can't figure out what to do with scraps so, I eat them.

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  6. Mmmm...I was just telling my DH that I wanted to start making homemade crepes! :o)

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  7. Hi..just wanted to say thanks for stopping by my little blog and leaving a sweet message...here is an alternate recipe for the gingerbread play dough, without using apple sauce ! Enjoy! xo
    Lucy

    Ingredients:

    1 cup flour
    1/2 cup salt
    2 teaspoons cream of tartar
    1 cup water
    1 teaspoon vegetable oil
    Lots of cinnamon, allspice, ginger, nutmeg (The spices should turn the mixture brown like gingerbread, but you can also add red and green food coloring to develop a brown color.)
    Mix the dry ingredients. Play with the spices until you get the scent and color you want. Mix the water and oil together first THEN add to the dry ingredients and stir.

    Cook the mixture over medium heat for two or three minutes, stirring constantly until the dough starts to pull away from the sides of the pan and clump together.

    Take the dough out of the pan and knead it until smooth.

    Store in closed container.

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  8. Loved reading your blog! New visitor and follower!! Found ya threw welcome wednesday!!

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  9. the negative of the sandwich, LOL :D

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  10. Adorable blog! I love your tips and ideas! With a little one, I will be visiting often for inspiration!

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