Monday, June 7, 2010

Muffin Tin Monday - A Dipping Theme

Muffin Tin Monday at Her Cup Overfloweth


It's Muffin Tin Monday again! It's a nice change from bento on occasion and give us a chance to play around with foods that just don't work well in a bento box. Last week, we saw a great post that had assorted dips with lots of bite sized food to sample. It seemed perfect for F&B so we decided to borrow that idea and make our own this week!



Faith's tin has 3 dips--store bought garlic hummus, homemade roasted red pepper & tomato, and homemade creamy avocado.

The top row has cheese & chicken kebabs, celery, carrot & cucumber stars, pretzels and vegetable crackers (I found great flavored ones that are HFCS free!).

Be sure to check out Muffin Tin Monday for other fun lunches. There are so many wonderful ideas there.

15 comments:

  1. I tried to go to the Muffin Tin Monday link and every time I do it freezes my IE. *frown* I'm missing cute muffin tin Mondayness!

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  2. Adorable, LOVE the kabob idea. Thanks for the welcome!

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  3. my Bean would love it, but Morris won't dip anything unless is ketchup. cute idea

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  4. How do you keep the food from escaping the tins? Or is this just for home use? My big girl would love this, but she gets so rattled when her food "touches."

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  5. Home only!

    It's just a fun Monday meme and let's me use things that would be too messy for a bento. :o)

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  6. I love the way you displayed your items to dip. Great job!

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  7. Looks delicious! But now I'm hungry again...

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  8. Looks delish and I love those picks, so fun!

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  9. Thanks for the shout-out! Your dips look yummy! It all looks very pretty.

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  10. Dippers are always the most popular muffin tin meals in our home - it looks great - and I have been peeking at your bento meals - love them!

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